Thirparappu WaterFalls in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Thirparappu WaterFalls

Thirparappu, Tamil Nadu 629161, India

Waterfalls

About Thirparappu WaterFalls

The kodyar river makes it descent at the Thirparappu and the waterfall. It is a magnificent waterfall which will rejuvenate the viewer's mind. We can take a bath from this waterfall by enjoying the natural beauty.


Attractions near Thirparappu WaterFalls

Chitharal Rock Cut Temple6.94km from Thirparappu WaterFalls

Also, called as Chitharal Malai kovil is situated in the Thiruchanattu malai. There are two monuments and also there is a cave containing rock-cut sculptures of Tirthankaras and the attendant deities carved inside and outside dating back to 9th century AD.

Pechiparai Dam9.53km from Thirparappu WaterFalls

An artificial water body, situated near the pechiparai village of Kanyakumari. Constructed between  1897 and 1906.   A European engineer was the one who worked behind this beautiful dam.

Padmanabhapuram Palace17.3km from Thirparappu WaterFalls

The 16th century palace standing as a finest example of traditional Kerala Architecture and was once the residence of the erstwhile Travancore Royal Family

Agasthyakoodam25.05km from Thirparappu WaterFalls

The most difficult trek in Kerala, taking you to the top of Agasthyakoodam through forests and valleys and waterfalls.

Bana Theertham water Falls26.72km from Thirparappu WaterFalls

It is located inside the picturesque location of the Karaiyar dam. This is a natural cascading falls located in the Kalakad Mundanthurai tiger reserve.

Sasthampara26.87km from Thirparappu WaterFalls

Offbeat hillock destination, trekking,city view etc.

Where is Thirparappu WaterFalls

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Only the southernmost district in Tamil Nadu state facing the Arabian sea. Home for a lot of historic events, beaches, and amazing hill stations.