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Looking For A Monsoon Getaway In Kerala? Visit Marachuvadu Waterfalls – News18



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Marachuvad Falls is open to visitors 24/7 for tourists.

Marachuvad Falls is open to visitors 24/7 for tourists.

Marachuvad Falls is 15 km away from Udumbanchola in Idukki district.

Marachuvadu Waterfalls in Idukki, Kerala is an awe-inspiring sight for adventure lovers. It is present inside a forest area. This waterfall is located between Puttadi and Pallikunni in Idukki Senapati Panchayat. Featured on silver screens, this waterfall is visited by many tourists. Hidden behind the plantations and surrounded by the rocks, this waterfall excites tourists from across the world. It is one of the marvellous sights which Idukki has to offer. If you want to reach the waterfall, which is active during monsoon, you have to travel through the adjacent farm. It is open to visitors 24/7. The Marachuvadu Waterfalls are not only famous for their scenic beauty but also for their surroundings. Rambutan, White Nawal, Israel Orange, Star Fruit, Bear Apple, Surinam Cherry and many native and foreign fruit trees can be found on the way to waterfalls. Usually, the tourists rest on the banks of the waterfalls to relax. The Marachuvadu Waterfalls also offer the branches of its trees as shade to take shelter in and enjoy its beauty. The tilted branches of trees help the tourists to even climb and sit. Due to the location of the Marachuvadu Waterfalls in the plantations, the unaware tourists often miss it on their trip to Idukki.

Marachuvad Falls is 15 km away from Udumbanchola in Idukki district. A waterfall in the middle of a place where cardamom is grown is a sight to behold during the rainy season. It is called Marachuvad Waterfall because of a tree leaning on the opposite side.

The local farmers have also taken up the responsibility of protecting the waterfall adjacent to the farm. Tourists are advised not to deposit plastic in the waterfall. There is always the intervention of these humans to keep the waterfall and its surroundings free of garbage. Such interventions are a guide for the new generation to love nature and agriculture.



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