Kerala, the land of coconuts, is famous throughout the world for its stunning landscapes, beautiful lagoons, magnificent regions of lush mountains, spice carpets and tea plantations, excellent sandy beaches and the irresistible charm of its beautiful waterfall cascades. Traveler recommends Kerala as one of the 50 most important tourist destinations in the world. It is also one of the 10 main tourist destinations listed in the Paradise Found category.

The forests of the Western Ghats are dotted with large and small waterfalls that gurgle and bathe the mountainside. The wooded forests of the Western Ghats are hidden with waterfalls that delight visitors. The important waterfalls in Kerala are Athirapally, Vazhachal, Palaruvi and Tusharagiri. The picturesque places around the falls are popular places for walks and picnics, with the vegetation and landscape infusing freshness in any tired soul.

Some of them, especially those of Athirappilly and Vazhachal, are dazzlingly beautiful and offer a captivating view. Others like the fall of Palaruvi have medicinal properties. There are also others that range from small gurgling currents to roaring falls that provide a sparkling attraction for visitors.