Safe Places To Visit In This Monsoon In Kerala!

Written By

Gopika VC

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The Mattupetty dam and reservoir at Munnar are very appealing in the monsoon. It is ideal for a peaceful picnic and taking in the lush, mist-covered valley below.


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Bamboo, mangroves, reeds, and deciduous forests make the Periyar tiger reserve best seen by boat. Monsoons revive the flora.


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Wayanad, in northern Kerala's western ghats, is a nature lover's delight. The rainy season brings several waterfalls to this hilly district.


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When it rains, the falls roar 80 feet down. The rocks in the pools are slippery, so be careful when playing.

Athirapilly falls

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Bekal, in Kasaragod district in northern Kerala, has a fort, sandy beaches, and quiet hills. Explore the old fort and enjoy a peaceful lunch.


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Paithalmala, a beautiful hill station 65 km from town at 4500 feet above sea level, borders Karnataka. The hills' diverse flora is best enjoyed after the rains.


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In a classic "Kettuvallam," listen to the sounds of monsoon: croaking frogs, rains, bubbling water, and more.


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This uncrowned holiday destination with cloud-kissed peaks lets you relax and enjoy nature. This site overlooks the western ghats' Palakkad gap.

Nelliyampathy hills

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