Charpa Falls, Athirappilly
Charpa Falls, Kerala is present between the Athirappilly Falls and Vazhachal Falls quite near the roads and is frequently thronged by travellers from all across the country.
(Last Updated on : 22-03-2014)
Charpa Falls is a beautiful waterfall which is existent in Athirappilly Panchayath in Thrissur District
in the southern Indian state
, along the Chalakudy River
amidst the Vazhachal Falls
and Athirappilly Falls. It is present at a distance of nearly 60 kms away from Thrissur. During the period from June to August which represents the monsoons, the flow of the waterfall increases to a great extent and its water
moves to the roads.
Compared to the other waterfalls of Kerala, the height of Charpa Falls is not equally magnificent, yet is frequently visited by numerable tourists and nature lovers. This waterfall is situated very close to the roadways. If visitors stand on the road near the waterfall, they would be greeted by a fresh spray of mist, from the Charpa Fall. Travellers who pay visit to Vazhachal and Athirappilly Falls often stop to witness the Charpa Falls.
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