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Adyanpara Waterfalls, Nilambur
(4.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a must visit place. The surroundings are maintained neatly. Car parking and entry fee is there. The view of the fall is superb. We visited the place when rains were less, so the water was less...  more »
  • When we visited adyanpara waterfalls mo body was there except us..seems many people are skipping this water fall when they plan for a one day trip. ..good one...need improvement in approach roads... 
  • Hi guys, I hope my review is gonna help at least some. In fact we went to teak museum with my friends, unfortunately, it was closed since it's a Monday. So we changed the plan to visit adyanpara. to b...  more »
  • lovely Waterfall and nice area to relax.. Not a huge Waterfall but quite nice. Seats are available for relaxation with parking facilities.. Swimming is not allowed in monsoon. During december swimming is allowed after the monsoon. A place to visit for couples and friends..
  • Beautiful waterfalls. Surroundings neatly maintained by DTPC malappuram. Good parking area. Good views.
  • This place is good for family trip or with friends.. Now a days you can't bath in waterfalls due to security concerns . If you want to swim in the water you can take a deviation to right side just before the entrance to hydrolic power project road and swim in top as there is no securities to prevent you. It is not safe if you not experienced water as water have good strength.
  • Nothing much to view. Not even worth the ticket cost. Just a place to visit to see a waterfall. The road and the way towards the location is much better compared to the water falls.
  • Nice place for mind refreshment... So enjoying to slide through upon the rock into the water like an amusement park.. But it's very dangerous when in monsoon season... Now there is setting up a water power project also..