Wayanad

Wayanad

Wayanad is a district in North Kerala and is blessed with many natural beauties. Nestled in the Western Ghats, Wayanad is home to many waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, natural lakes, bird sanctuaries, the list is endless. Places to Visit   Edakkal Caves Phantom Rock Soochippara Falls  Chain Tree Banasura Sagar Dam Pookode Lake Lakkidi View Point Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary Muthunga Wildlife Sancturay (coming soon) Karalad Lake […]

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Masinagudi

Masinagudi

Masinagudi is a small village that is located on the outskirts of Mudumalai Wildlife Sancturary. It is located at around 12 km from Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border, and 7 km from Mudumalai Forest office. Masinagudi is an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiast. There are several activities that can be done by taking permission from the forest department. Be it organized trek on the outskirts of the […]

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Hogenakkal Falls

Hogenakkal Falls

Hogenakkal Falls is formed when River Cauvery cuts through a rocky terrain, and forms several falls with the height ranging from 20-65 ft. The unique thing about Hogenakkal Falls is all the streams of water falls on three sides of a narrow water path, thus closely resembling mini-Niagara Falls (this falls is also sometimes referred to as Niagara Falls of India). When the water level […]

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Kovai Kutralam Falls

Kovai Kutralam Falls

Kovai Kutralam Falls is located at around 35 km from Coimbatore. The scenic waterfalls is formed when water from Siruvani Dam flows down the Siruvani Hills and descends down forming a multi-step water falls. Full view of Kovai Kutralam Falls From a distance Water flowing down gently around the falls Kovai Kutralam falls is located amidst the thick and green forest. The forest is home […]

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Silver Cascade Falls

Silver Cascade Falls

I call it “Welcome to Kodaikanal Falls” 🙂 This is a grand waterfall just as you enter Kodaikanal, after paying the toll. The water from Kodaikanal Lake flows down, and this magnificent falls are formed very next to the Kodaikanal – Madurai Road. There are railings built so that visitors to this falls cannot get to the water. The water then flows below the bridge, and […]

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Liril Falls

Liril Falls

This falls has many names: Pambar Falls, Grand Cascade Falls, Vatakanal Falls, or Liril Falls. This is located 3 km from the town of Kodaikanal, and is located very next to the road. There are vendors next to the falls who sell some shopping items and some small eats. Pambar River descends down about 40-50 feet, on a series of uneven steps. The step-like cuts on […]

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Coonoor

Coonoor

Coonoor is the second largest hill station in the Nilgiris at an altitude of 6000ft / 1850m, and is known for Nilgiris tea production. It is located at around 20 km from Ooty, and is a great alternative to highly commercialized Ooty. The number of visitors to Coonoor is still high due to its close proximity to Ooty, but it is lesser as compared to […]

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Law’s Falls

Law’s Falls

Law’s falls is situated right next to the Ooty – Mettupalyam road, at about 10 km from Coonoor. The falls has height of over 180m and is surrounded by thick forest. Post monsoon is a good time to see this falls as there will be enough water to guarantee you a perfect click! The falls is named after Colonel Law who was instrumental in constructing […]

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Pykara Falls

Pykara Falls

Pykara falls is a small waterfall formed when water cascades down 60 feet, in multiple levels. The water comes from Pykara Dam that is located upper stream and a lake that is situated next to it.   You can view the waterfall from a couple of view points. The railings that are laid recently prevent visitors from getting into the water. The railings are a […]

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Bear Shola Falls

Bear Shola Falls

This beautiful but seasonal falls are formed when Parappar River flows through thick forests and cascades down! It is located at a distance of 3 km from Kodai Lake, and is accessible by foot. You have to walk through the dense forest for about half a kilometer to reach the falls. During summer, there is absolutely no water, but monsoon and post-monsoon is a good […]

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