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Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls

Aruvikkuzhy Waterfalls
Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls is located in Kerala
Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls
Location Pallickathode, Kerala, India
Type Block
Total height 31 metres (102 ft)

Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls (not to be confused with Aruvikkuzhy Falls in Kerala) is a waterfall in India. It is situated 2 km from Pallickathode. The waterfall cascades down the mountains from a height of 102 ft.


Aruvikuzhi Waterfalls


Aruvikuzhi is a beautiful picnic spot and an ideal shooting location for stills as well as movies, located in Kottayam. The waterfalls here are falling in five steps and are making a real visual feast. The streams make their way through the landscape of rocks amidst the rubber plantations and the water roars as it cascades down the mountains from a height of 100 ft. Lourde Matha Church is situated at the top of the waterfalls. The nearest shopping centre is at Pallickathod, just 1 km from this spot. The waterfalls is at their best after the monsoon rain in Kerala (after June–July) and may get almost dried up by the summer (March- April).

How to reach:
Nearest railway station: Kottayam, about 19 km
Nearest airport: Cochin International Airport, about 88 km
Bus Route: Kottayam – Pallickathod via Aruvikuzhy.
(Pallickathod can be reached from Pala – about 17 km and from Kodungoor in NH220 – 5 km)

Aruvikuzhi Waterfalls [1]

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