Vazhachal falls takes you to pristine beauty with nature's own landscaping. With the abundant flora and even herbal plantation maintained by the forest department, Vazhachal is a Botanist's treasure trove
To the east of Athirappilly is the enchanting but lesser known Chapra falls which plunges on to the road during monsoon
A safari through the deep forest and high ranges (Western Ghats) complemented with lots of hairpin curves takes you to the fascinating sculptured beauty of Malakapara tea gardens just 50 km from Athirappilly.
Deep in the forest on the way to Valpara are the three dams that generate hydroelectric power to the state. Entry to the dam site is with special permission only.
"The Athirappilly Waterfalls" est of Chalakudy in Trichur District, is a 25 m high waterfall which surely takes your breath away. Starting silently from the high ranges of Sholayar forest, this waterfall is one of the choicest places in India to enjoy the real beauty of nature and wilderness.