Kerala, the land of coconuts is famous the world over for its breathtaking scenery, beautiful lagoons, superb lush mountain regions,carpets of spice and tea plantations, excellent sandy beaches and the irresistible charm of its cascading, gorgeous waterfalls.No wonder the National Geographic Traveller recommends Kerala as one of the 50 greatest must see top tourist destinations in the world. It is also one of the top 10 tourist destinations listed in the Paradise Found category.
The forests of Western ghats are punctuated with large and small waterfalls that gurgle and splash down the mountain side.The wooded forests of the Western ghats are hidden with cascading showers that enchant the visitors.The important waterfalls in Kerala are Athirapally, Vazhachal, Palaruvi & Tusharagiri.The picturesque places around the falls are popular trekking and picnic spots, with the greenery and landscape infusing freshness into any tired soul.
Some of them especially the ones at Athirappilly and Vazhachal are scintillatingly beautiful and offer a bewitching sight.Others like the Palaruvi fall is said to contain medicinal properties.There are also others ranging from small gurgling streams to roaring rushing falls that provide a scintillating attraction to visitors.
|Kerala Backwaters||Kerala Houseboats|
|Kerala Wildlife||Kerala Beaches|
|Kerala Ayurveda||Kerala Hill Stations|
|Kerala Cuisine||Kerala Pilgrimages|
|Kerala Monuments||Kerala Astrology|
|Kerala Waterfalls||Kerala Eco Tourism|
|Kerala Farm Tourism||Kerala Adventure Tourism|
|Kerala Art Forms||Kerala Handicrafts|
|Kerala Spices||Kerala Fairs and Festivals|
|Kerala Parks and Gardens||Kerala Homestays|
|Kerala Religion||Kerala Culture|
|Kerala People and Lifestyle||Kerala Healthcare|
|Kerala Tree Houses||Kerala Traditions and Rituals|
|Kerala Education||Kerala Shopping|
|Kerala Maps||Kerala Attractions|
|Kerala Village Tourism||Kerala Sports Tourism|
|Kerala Monsoon Tourism|