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Perunthenaruvi Falls

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Perunthenaruvi Falls

Perunthenaruvi waterfalls near Pathanamthitta

Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls are waterfalls 36  km from Pathanamthitta in Pathanamthitta District, Central Travancore region, Kerala State, India. It is a popular tourist destination. It is situated in the Vechuchira Panchayat.

The name "Perunthenaruvi" means "The Great Honey Stream".

Located on the Western Ghats of the Sahyadri Range, Perunthenaruvi is famous for the waterfalls there. The waterfalls are known for their wide area, rather than their height. The stream later unites with the Pamba River. It is beautiful and dangerous at the same time. [1]

How to Reach

Tourist from Pathanamthitta can reach here by travelling through Ranni, Vechoochira.

From highrange or kottayam, go through Erumely- Mukkoottuthara.


  1. ^ "General features — Kerala". Government of Kerala. Retrieved 2009-08-27. 
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