The Cheeyappara Waterfalls, located on the Kochi-Madurai Highway, also known as NH 49, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kerala. It is situated in the district of Idukki in Kerala, between Munnar and Kochi. It is one of the largest waterfalls in the God's own country. Spouting through seven layer stones, these waterfalls are a strength of nature that you can not only observe but also can dip your toes and feel it. The surrounding of the waterfalls adds to its lavish natural splendor. Dense forests stretch out for as much as long around the falls, making it a flowing adventure and thrilling trekking spot. A huge number of species of bizarre plants and animals can be witnessed in the surrounding, enclosed in the chest of a dense forest.
... At 1000 feet height above the sea level, the Cheeyappara waterfalls in Kerala are a part of a string of waterfalls that cascade from the Periyar River that arises in the Western Ghats. It designs the base camp for several trekking trails or walking trails that begins off in this surrounding. The waterfall has a built-in natural richness unlike other waterfalls in the place, which is why it is now being popularly known as an ecotourism destination. Also, a valley extends into a huge stretch, absorbing the gushing water into its body. If you are lucky then you will get to witness this spectacular view capped up by drooping clouds which is also called as fog.
Q. What Cheeyappara Waterfalls is famous for?
Ans. Cheeyappara Waterfalls is famous for its serene beauty and lavish natural splendor.
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