Iruppu Falls, Coorg
Iruppu Falls, Coorg, Karnataka

Iruppu Falls, Coorg

Iruppu Falls is a beautiful waterfall in the Coorg district of South Karnataka that cascades along the Brahmagiri Mountain Range. Also known as the Lakshmana Tirtha Falls, a name derived from the Cauvery River tributary of which these falls are part of the same name. People come here to enjoy nature's blissful proximity, the greatness of the falls, and also…

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Nuranang Falls, Jung falls, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Nuranang Falls, Jung falls, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Nuranang Falls, Jung falls, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Nuranang Falls is an unknown and virgin location, deep in the forest of Tawang, offering a pristine and breathtaking experience. The Nuranang Falls, one of the most impressive waterfalls in the world, are a beautiful white sheet of water falling from an altitude of about 100 metres. Nuranang Falls, part of the Nuranang River that originates at Sela Pass, is…

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Bhagsu falls-Mcleodganj, Dharamshala
Bhagsu Falls

Bhagsu falls-Mcleodganj, Dharamshala

One of the most popular attractions in Mcleodganj is the Bhagsu falls.  The most popular tourist spot in Dharamshala is the Bhagsu Waterfall, attracting visitors who want to bask in the glories of nature and spend some peaceful moments in peace and serenity. On the main road that links Mcleodganj and Dharamshala, the Bhagsu falls is located and is an…

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Elephant Falls, Shillong
Elephant Falls

Elephant Falls, Shillong

Elephant Falls is one of the most famous falls in the North-East. Next to Shillong, named after an elephant-like stone at its foot. It is a tourist paradise with three layers of falls accessible from various vantage points for the layman. This fall was so named by the British because of the appearance of an elephant-shaped rock on one side…

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Soochipara Falls, Wayanad (Kerala)
Soochipara Falls, Wayanad, kerala

Soochipara Falls, Wayanad (Kerala)

A very popular attraction is Soochipara falls in Wayanad.  Its name comes from two words: Soochi, meaning rock, and para, meaning needle. Soochipara Falls, also known as Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, is a three-tiered waterfall in Vellarimala, Wayanad. This waterfall, surrounded by deciduous, evergreen, and montane forests, considered being one of the best waterfalls. The drive to Sentinel Rock Waterfalls from…

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Kynrem falls – Meghalaya
kynrem falls Meghalaya

Kynrem falls – Meghalaya

Located 12 km from Cherrapunjee in the East Khasi Hills district, Kynrem Falls is a three-tiered waterfall covering a vertical distance of 305 m. The base of the falls passes through the motor road that goes all the way to Bangladesh and a small bridge provides travel over this waterfall for vehicles and citizens. The fall splits into two distinct…

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Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Cherrapunji – Meghalaya
Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Cherrapunji – Meghalaya

Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Cherrapunji – Meghalaya

Nohkalikai waterfalls, the fourth highest waterfall in the world, plunges some 335 meters from a green cliff to the earth. Offering the impression of immense and natural magnificence. The falls are one of the country's most majestic and great waterfalls, the pride of the state of Meghalaya. The falls plunge into a lagoon that is as blue as the afternoon…

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Umbrella Falls Bhandardara
Umbrella Falls, Bhandardhura

Umbrella Falls Bhandardara

The Umbrella Falls are the falls created under the Wilson Dam. The force with which the waterfalls on the rocks that are naturally positioned that give an umbrella impression. This Umbrella falls also called Randha falls. This falls situated by the Parvara River having a waterfall of 170 feet. Umbrella Falls is a beautiful seasonal waterfall located at Bhandardara Dam…

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Meenmutty falls, Wayanad-Kerala
Meenmutty falls

Meenmutty falls, Wayanad-Kerala

Meenmutty falls considered one of the largest waterfalls in the Kalpetta region and the second largest in Kerala, located 29 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad district. 45 Km from the city of Thiruvananthapuram. It is also one of Wayanad's most exciting and lovely natural attractions. The cascading of Meenmutty falls makes up for a stunning vision, nestled away in…

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Kutralam (Courtallam) Waterfalls
Kutralam (Courtallam) Waterfalls

Kutralam (Courtallam) Waterfalls

A great getaway from Tenkasi and Tirunelveli is Courtallam, also known as Kutralam. Courtallam, a small town bordering the Kollam District, renowned for its Western Ghats waterfalls. The township is popularly regarded as the 'Spa of the South' with captivating panoramic views. In the area, it has nine waterfalls which add a charm to its exotic beauty. Kutrallam adorned with…

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