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Couple of days before one of our website visitor was enquiring about the main waterfalls in Munnar. She got some information from the internet and shortlisted almost 08 waterfalls which, as per internet data , are near to munnar. When we checked the list, we found that some of the given falls are far away from munnar and our team have given detailed information about the must visit waterfalls which are near to munnar and surroundings.

Following are the must visit waterfalls in munnar. You can choose as per your time and convenience. (If we missed something, please put a reply on the bottom of this article)

thoovanam waterfalls, waterfalls on the route to marayoor, marayoor waterfallsThoovanam Waterfalls Munnar
Thoovanam Waterfalls is located inside Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary which is  around 60 km away from the Munnar town. The river Pambar flows eastwards through the sanctuary and forms the waterfalls. The enormous waterfall on the Chinnar River, with its breathtaking silvery cascade is a major tourist attraction. Read More House Waterfalls
Power House Waterfalls is a popular tourist attraction in the hill resort of Munnar of  Kerala. It is located on the way to Periyar wildlife Sanctuary of Thekkady from Munnar. This is a scenic spot at a distance of 18 km from Munnar town.
The roar of water splashing can be heard from distance away. Surrounded by mountain ranges of Western Ghats it gives beautiful breathtaking view. Read More

 Lakkam Waterfalls MunnarLakkam Waterfalls
Lakkom / Lakkam Water Falls is tourist attraction located on the way from Munnar to Udumalaipettai. This falls is at a distance around 30 Kms from Munnar town and  is part of the Eravikulam stream, which is a part of Eravikulam National Park, Wild Life Division of Munnar. This stream is one of the major tributaries of river Pampar. Read More , Nyayamakad Waterfalls
Nyayamkad falls with the distance of 10kms from Munnar and in between Munnar and Rajamala and offers splendid views of water dropping from a height of 1600 m. The place is ideal for both peace and adventure lovers since they can either walk around and soak in the beauty of the surroundings or enjoy trekking. Read More

attukal waterfalls attraction, munnar reviewsAttukal Water Falls
Located between Munnar and Pallivasal, is Attukal Falls that usually presents a panoramic view but assumes a cascading and roaring beauty during the monsoons. It is one of the most attractive scenes that you can look at during your stay at Munnar. Distance of Attukad / Attukad Waterfalls from Munnar town is 09 Kms. Best time to visit this falls will be during monsoon and you can enjoy the full beauty. Read More

Valara Waterfalls
Valara Waterfalls MunnarValara Waterfalls is  located in between the two towns Neriamangalam the east side border of Ernakulam District and Adimali of Kochi - Madurai National Highway (NH-49). It is in Idukki district, Kerala, at a distance of 35 kms km from Munnar. Valara Waterfalls is in the Deviyar river, a small river originating from western ghats, passing through Adimali Grama Panchayath. It is considered as one of the major waterfalls in Kerala state. The Thottiyar Hydro Electric project, the upcoming project by Kerala State Electricity Board is very close to this waterfall. Read More

Cheeyappara Waterfalls
Cheeyappara Waterfalls is on the Kochi - Madurai Highway (National Highway 49), between Neriamangalam and Adimali. It is in Idukki district, Kerala. It is only about 10 km away from Adimali. There is approximate distance of 35 Kms from Munnar Town . Read More

Which is the best time to enjoy and experience waterfalls in Munnar ?
   Most of these falls will be in full flow during and just after starting of monsoon. So plan your trip before monsoon season to experience the real magic of nature

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  1. when is the monsoon season in keeala

  2. Hi.. Monsoon season normally start from the first week of June every year and it will continue up to September.

    Some times it may extend up to October with intermittent rainfall here and there. Heavy monsoon will usually during June July months


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