Thrissur- Athirapally and Vazhachal Waterfalls


The Thrissur- Athirapally and Vazhachal Waterfalls tours are a splendid opportunity for city slicker tourists to explore the panoramic rhapsodies, surrounded by the tranquil quietude of nature.
Thrissur, a historic town famed for its architectural landmarks, scenic beauty and cultural extravaganzas is a popular tourist getaways that opens the door to other trailblazing thoroughfares.

Athirampally and Vazachal Waterfalls are two spectacular waterfalls in South India who silvery cascades gush down a towering height to disappear into a shimmering pool that basks prettily, gleaming like a jewel in a brass setting under the playful saffron sunbeams. The waterfalls are located in the vicinity of Thrissur, slightly east of Chalakudy . The rippling waterfalls whose gentle murmurs can be heard from a great distance as it tumbles down steep jungle-clad cliffs, massive rocks, boulders and ravines is in fact a part of the Chalakudy River. This region is also inhabited by a herd of wild elephants and happens to be the country's highest elephant density habitat.

The panoramic vistas of the lush verdure laced by showering waterfalls and the serene ambiance makes the Athirampally and Vazachal Waterfalls a hit with the tourists who flock to picnic in the picturesque locales. The nearby elephant habitats also increase the tourist footfall who visit the place, optimistic of catching a glimpse of an occasional elephant.

In short, the tours from Thrissur opens up a treasure trove of irresistible tourist delights.



Last Updated on : 12/07/2013

     


     

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