Meenumutty Waterfalls

Meenumutty Falls

Meenmutty Falls is located 29 km from Kalpetta in Wayanad District in the state of Kerala, India. Meenmutty Waterfalls is the second highest waterfall in Kerala. Meenumutty is a combination of Malayalam words Meen (fish) and Mutty (blocked). Falls can be accessed from Mananthavady – Kuttiady road.

Falling from a height of 984 feet, The waterfall is a divided into three tires, each measuring a length of 300 feet. Meenumutty falls is surrounded by Lush green tea plantations making the hike to the falls a memorable experience to the tourists.

Like other waterfalls of the region, Meenmutty waterfalls offer a perfect backdrop for the trekkers to indulge in hiking activity. Most of the time waterfall remains closed, it’s better to coordinate with the authority for the timing before seeing this prime location.

Meenmutty Falls gives a glimpse of natural beauty surrounded by the mountain ranges of Western Ghats.The waterfall is located upriver the Neyyar reservoir area and travellers, have to trek through the dense forests to reach the falls. 

Meenmutty offers a splendid view and can be reached by an exciting 2 km jungles trek. This stunning fall is cuddled up in the verdant Mepadi forest range and makes up as one of the prime attractions for adventure seekers. 

It is also one of the most thrilling and beautiful natural attractions in Wayanad. Nestled away in the lap of a jungle trek, the cascading waterfall of Meenmutty makes up for a dazzling view. The experience of climbing through the rocks to reach this enchanting destination is one of a kind and makes this place a prevalent tourist location.

Meenmutty offers a splendid view and can be reached by an exciting 2 km jungles trek. This stunning fall is cuddled up in the verdant Mepadi forest range and makes up as one of the prime attractions for adventure seekers.

THE BEST TIME TO VISIT MEENUMUTTY FALLS

The best time to visit is from October to May as the summers in the region can be quite hot and humid that might spoil your fun and the monsoon can be dangerous because of high inflow of water and slippery rocks. Thus, it’s best to visit Meenmutty Falls during the winter and the spring months.

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