Thursday, 7 July 2016

Top 5 Mystic Waterfalls you must visit during your Kerala Honeymoon

Are you planning for going somewhere to have romance in your life along with your loved one? If so, Kerala is just for you. Being the southwestern state of India, Kerala, which is affectionately renowned as the ‘God’s Own Country’, is considered as one of the most visited tourist destinations in India. Blessed with the lush greenery, amazing wildlife, fascinating lakes, mesmerizing waterfalls, magnificent hill stations, etc., Kerala, which is called the perennial destination in India, is the destination, where tourist season never ends. Every year, thousands and thousands of romantic couples, backpackers and vacationers from every part of India as well as the world come to this tourist destination to take the unlimited enjoyment of the tour. Kerala Holiday Packages from Chennai are particularly tailor made to provide the tourists the golden chance of having romance in this charming destination.

Top Waterfalls in Kerala

Kerala is blessed with the several waterfalls. These waterfalls are counted among the top tourist attractions in this perennial destination. If you go to Kerala, you must proceed to these mesmerizing waterfalls. Here, we have described about the top waterfalls in this beach destination.

Athirappilly Falls

Perched on the Athirappilly Panchayath of the Chalakudy Taluk in the Thrissur district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala, and nicknamed the ‘Niagra of India’, the Athirappilly Falls, which is nestled on the west flowing river Chalakudy, is the largest waterfall in Kerala.

Meenmutty Falls, Wayanad

Having its height of 300 m, the Meenmutty Falls, which is situated in the Wayanad district of Kerala at a distance of 29 km from Kalpetta, is a three tiered waterfall in Kerala.

Palaruvi Falls

Situated in the Kollam district in the southwestern Indian state of Kerala, the Palaruvi Falls, which is regarded as the 32nd highest waterfall in India, is a waterfall in this tourist destination. The word Palaruvi has its literal meaning the ‘Stream of Milk’.

Soochipara Falls

Also called the ‘Sentinel Rock Waterfalls’ and covered by Evergreen, Deciduous and Montane forests, the Soochipara Falls, which is situated at Vellarimala in Wayanad, is a three tiered waterfall in Kerala.

Cheeyappara Falls

Cascading down in seven steps, the Cheeyappara Falls, which is located in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala, is a waterfall in this heavenly destination. Perched on the Kochi – Madurai Highway (NH 49) between Neriamangalam and Adimali, this waterfall is a perfect spot for trekking.


In this way, it is clear that Kerala is renowned as the ‘God’s Own Country’. If you also want to celebrate your honeymoon in this tourist destination, you can book Kerala Honeymoon Packages with Best Prices. All these packages, which are affordable to the budget for all types of tourists, can also be amended according to the desire of the clients. So, if you are interested, do not waste your time in thinking in vain and get quickly prepared to escape to this charming destination to have romance along with your life partner.

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