Nestled in the land of perennial springs and lush green mountains Adyanpara
is acascading waterfall in the Kurmbalangod village of Nilambur taluk in Kerala.
This region attracts a wide variety of exotic as well as migratory birds and is
rich in wildlife. It is a charming and picteresque picnic spot.
The magnificent Athirapally falls start calmly from the
mountains, crash through gorges overhung with trees and finally plummet over 80
ft to join the Chalakkudy River in its course. Its cool misty waters surrounded
by thick tropical rain forests provide a serene haven away from the hustle and bustle
of everyday life.
In the jungles of Madhya Pradesh, in an area famous for its scenic beauty,delicious
mangoes and the rare white tigers lie the Chachai Falls. They are a beautiful spectacle
of water falling in torrents from a height of 130 mts. The falls are situated on
the banks of the river Bihad in the Chattarpur district of Madhya Pradesh
Chunchanakatte Falls is a waterfall on the river Kaveri,
near the village of Chunchanakatte in Mysore district of Karnataka in India. In
these peaceful and lush green surrounding the water gently cascades from a height
of about 20 meters creating a soothing gurgling sound on its onward journey.
The gorgeous Dudhsagar Falls drop a sheer 600 mts and are one of the highest falls
in the county. Located on the border of Karnataka and Goa, its inan area of dense
tropical jungle, criss crossed with delightful streams and dotted with shallow pools,
inviting and safe enough for a lesiurely swim. The view from the top of the waterfall
is simply breath taking.
The majestic Duduma Waterfall lies deep in the heartland
of Orissa, averdant paradise of paddy fields and palm fringed silver beaches,temples,
rivers, waterfalls and tribal people. In a quiet forest and aserene setting it truly
is a hiden wonder.
of the most spectacularly beautiful falls, the Gersoppa stem from the Sharavati
River in Karnataka. The river plunges over a sharp cliff and falls in four cascades,
the highest of which is 830 ft. It is a wild and unruly beauty of nautre right next
to the city of Bombay yet far removed from the madness of the city.
The Godchinamalaki Falls are located in the Belguam district of Karnataka, India.
Situated in a rugged valley these charming falls first take a dipof about 25 mts
and flow into a rocky pool from which they take another plunge of about 18 mts.
This magical natural spot with blue green waters surrounded by forests require a
little walk before it can be reached,but is well worth the effort.
6 kms from the town of Gokak in karnataka, the great Ghataprabha river meandears
through the terrain before plummetting 52 mts down sheer sandstone cliffs, passing
through a rugged valley and a picturesque gorge. The natural springs and hills all
around add to its beauty. The dull roar of these falls echo through the mountains
and can be heard from a distance.
Hogenakal is derived from Kannada, it means smoky rocks and the falls are no less
beautiful than their name. Here the gushing force of the water when falls on the
rocks below looks like smoke emanating from the rocks. The immensely picteresque
and awe-inspiring white waters of the Cauvery river tumble down from a height of
The Jog falls in Karnataka are an ode to nature's power, in these wild and unspoilt
surroundings, the Sharavati river crashes nearly nine hundred feet downwards, forming
four cascades locally known as - king, queen, rocket and roarer. This spectacular
fall is Asia's highest and during the monsoon when the river swells the water gushes
down with such speed that the entire vista is covered in mists and arching rainbows
cover the droplets.
Near the picteresque Jonha Falls stands Lord Gautam Budha's temple and because of
this famous temple these falls are also known as Gautam Dhara. Situated amidst rich
foliage abundant in wildlife, it lies on the banks of the kanchi river. It is 40
km on Ranchi - Purulia road in Jharkhand.
These beautiful falls are nestled in the Servarayan hill range in the Eastern Ghats
in Tamil Nadu. Here the excess waters of the Yercaud Lake and the other reaches
of the Shevaroys Hills fall deep into the Kiliyur Valley,a breath taking 300 feet.
In this wooded oasis the views of the lake,the falls and the valley are truly stupendous
Popularly known as the 'Spa of the South', the waters of this fall pass through
the forest of herbs thereby gaining medicinal properties and attracting a huge crowd
of believers. Located at a distance of 160 kms from Madurai in Tamil Nadu this immense
water body actually comprises of nine waterfalls, the Peraruvi (Main Falls), Chitra
Aruvi, Shenbaghadevi Falls, Then Aruvi (Honey Falls), Aintharuvi (Five Falls), Puli
Aruvi(Tiger Falls), Pazhaya Courtrallam (Old Falls), Puthu Aruvi (New Falls)and
Pazhathotta Aruvi (Fruit Garden Falls) respectively.
Muthyalamaduvu,also known as Pearl Valley, is a popular picnic spot situated about
45km south of Bangalore in Karnataka. The Muthyalamaduvu Falls or the Pearl Valley
Falls is a gushing stream cascading down from a height of 92 m. The drops of water
strewn across the rock surface on impact lend the appearance of scattered pearls.
Hence the name. The fall, its sereneambience and the lush green valley is a huge
draw for visitors.
The Shivanasamudra Falls are situated 85 Kms east of Mysore, here the river Cauvery
cascades down from a height of 75 meters into a deep rockygorge. The white waters
that cut across deep green hills create a starkand beautiful natural contrast, it
is a beautiful natural spot.
Vazhachal Falls is a rushing watercourse in the Chalakkudy River in the Thrissur
district of Kerala, South India. It is located approximately 3 km from Athirapally
Falls. The riparian forests of the Chalakudy River have revealed the existence of
a thick riparian vegetation of more than 10 metres width for a distance of 10.5
km downstream from Peringalkuth, covering an area of 58.5 hectares. Out of this,
26.4 hectares lie within the Vazachal area, including three large islands densely
covered by riparian forests.