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Trumpeted to center stage by its annual Pooram Festival, Thrissur is the only place to witness wild tusker processions between hoards of people and ear drum shattering fireworks.
East of Chalakudy, near the entrance to the Sholayar forest ranges, are the beautiful waterfalls of Athirapilly and Vazhachal, 5 km apart. A tranquil and much needed escape from the troubles and stress of life. Let the soothing sounds take you to some of natures most relaxing places East of Chalakudy, near the entrance to the Sholayar forest ranges, are the beautiful waterfalls of Athirapillly and Vazhachal.
The charm of the Athirapilly and Vazhachal cannot be described by words, Starting calmly from the high ranges, and crashing through gorges overhung with trees, these waterfall is one of the best places in India to re-capture a real sense of the classical idea of the term "Picturesque"...not just calm and sweet, but something wild and natural.
Perched high above in the the Sholayar forest ranges on the fringes of Keralas famed rain forests, the waterfalls provides a restful escape for those wanting to leave the hurried pace of city life behind. Especially during the Kerala monsoon, it’s wild and beautiful, unspoilt by the passing of time.
A tranquil and much needed escape from the troubles and stress of life, you are sure to enjoy the waterfalls during monsoon time. Let the soothing sounds take you to some of nature’s most relaxing places. Both these waterfalls are a part of the Chalakudy river and 5 km apart on the road to hill station Valparai which has excellent tea estates and is one of Indias highest elephant density habitats and is a crucial corridor between Parambikulam and Malayattoor.
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