Thusharagiri Waterfalls

Open Time : 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Entry : free

Address : Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Thusaragiri, Kerala

Why to visit Thusharagiri Waterfalls

Simply translated, Thusharagiri means "snowcapped mountains." The Chalippuzha River is created here when two streams from the Western Ghats converge. The name Thusharagiri comes from the river's three waterfalls, which create a snowy shower. Thenpara Fall, which plunges from a height of 75 metres, is the tallest of the three falls. The first waterfall is fairly accessible, but getting to the other two requires hiking through a challenging environment. One can reach the stream's beginning by hiking 5 km upstream.

The area, which is well-known as a "trekker's utopia," provides options for strenuous trekking and rock climbing. The evergreen forests and calming streams that encircle the mysterious waterfalls add to their natural charm. There is a difficult trek route in Wayanad that connects Thusharagiri with Vythiri. This waterfall in Kerala is a wonderful location for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. It also makes a lovely picnic location and a lovely getaway for couples.

FAQ on Thusharagiri Waterfalls

How do you go to the Waterfalls?

Private transportation can take one from Kodencheri village to the waterfall. Kozhikode and Kodencheri are accessible by daily bus service.

What restaurants are located close to Thusharagiri Waterfalls?

White House The Restaurant (8.29 km), Cafe Coffee Day (5.07 km), and Deepak Martin (5.07 km) are some of the nearest dining options close to the Waterfall.

What is the cost of admission to Waterfalls?

The waterfall's entrance cost is INR 30 per person.

Which hotels can you find close to Thusharagiri Waterfalls?

Hotels close to Thusharagiri Waterfalls include Silent Creek Resort and Spa (4.91 km) and Wayanad Wild (6.61 km).

Special Tip

One must bring their own food and water because there aren't many lodging or dining options nearby the waterfall. Additionally, the first waterfall offers swimming opportunities, but the other two do not.

By Shobhna J.

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