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Located in Ernakulam District of Kerala, Malakapara Tea Gardens is 51 km from Athirappilly Waterfalls on the Anakkayam-Valparai route near Chalakudy. Malakapara tea gardens offer adventurous family safaris through the deep forest and the Western Ghats. It is harmonized with lots of hairpin curves. Along the route, one can spot some good wildlife. Kothamangalam is a nearby town.

For the adventurous kind, a family safari through the deep forest and high ranges (Western Ghats) complemented with lots of hairpin curves takes you to the fascinating sculptured beauty of Malakapara tea Gardens just 58 km from the fascinating riverside resort Riverok Villas.

Some of the nearby tourist locations are: Vachumaram, an ideal lake formation in the midst of the forest, 20 km away from Malakapara. A tourist will never want to miss the scenic natural beauty of this place.

Charpa falls is another place with its enchanting waterfalls which plunges on to the road during the monsoon, a rare sight to watch. You could enjoy and get drenched in the wayside shower !

Anakayam, about 24 km away, is a cascading waterfall where everyone wants to take a dip in the water and take photos with nature to keep as mementoes of the dream holiday of their life time.(24 Km)

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