Thommankuthu Waterfalls, Thodupuzha

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Thommankuthu is a very scenic waterfall near Thodupuzha, in the southern state of Kerala, India and is named after the great hunter, Mr. Thommachen Kuruvinakunnel, who let the world know of this beautiful waterfall in the jungle in the late 1920s. Thommachen also played a big part in the discovery of the site for the Idukki Dam. This panchayat, belonging to Thodupuzha Thaluk in Idukki District, is one of the major eco-tourism centres in Kerala. A song of the Malayalam movie Chattakaari was shot here.
Thommankuthu is located 18 km from Thodupuzha. Nearest towns are Karimannor and Vannappuram and Udumbannoor which are nearly 10 km from Thommankuthu.
Thommankuthu waterfall is a seven - step waterfall located in forest. A trek of 12 km through the forests is possible.
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  • I didn't feel soo enjoyable mood there. It's a place to just visit like a museum . Its environment friendly. Place to visit with family...  more »
  • Thommankuthu waterfalls is a lesser known yet scenic spot located near Thodupuzha, in the district of Idukki. Thommankuthu, situated in the woods is famous for its seven steps. Tourists interested in....  more »
  • We are not allowed to take bath in the waterfalls but can swim in the safe part of the stream. Need to buy tickets. Walk through the woods for a while and then we can take a bath. Forest dept staff will be there to guide us. Good and safe place for family bachelors as well as couples
  • Place can be defined as beauty of nature. Those who like to enjoy the beauty of nature and waterfalls this is one of the best place. This place comes under the Kerala Eco tourism. Now there is a timing from 9 A.M to 4.30 P.M. After 4.30 pm they won't permit to enter inside. Entry fee is there for adults it's 30 rps and need to pay extra if you bringing your camera(50 rps). Staffs are there to guide you inside. They won't let anyone to go in water cause already 24 people died over there. There is a small trekking inside the waterfalls. It's almost 12 km but now its restricted to about 1 km. After that you can go with special permission along with the guards. There is a very small car parking slot outside. Now people can't get into the water and play in the waterfalls. Aanachadikuth Waterfalls is an another waterfalls nearby this almost 1 km long where you can take bath and play in the water. There is no entry fee and timing. People's are staying nearby and it's an another beauty of nature.
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