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Lovers! Visit 5 Waterfalls That Come Alive After Monsoons

Monsoon is perhaps the most romantic season of the year. Fuel your passion while visiting these wonderful waterfalls that will blow your partner's mind. Trust us, you won't regret it!

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HolidayIQ reviewer Neelima shares, "Forming along the path of Karnavati or Ken river, Raneh Falls and canyon is an interesting detour from Khajuraho. The canyon is 5 km long and was formed by volcanic action. So the rocks are igneous and very colourful. During monsoons, the water flow is pretty strong and there are several waterfalls that form along the canyon. Although, post monsoon could be the ideal time when both the rocks are visible and waterfalls are gushing too."

Cherrapunjee: The wettest region!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Prashant Chaturvedi shot this in Cherrapunjee
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HolidayIQ reviewer Yagnadat says, "Living root bridge is located in Nongriat Village, a one-hour trek from Tyrna which a 45-minute drive from Cherrapunjee. The trek is properly laid out with steps leading down to the base of the valley where the waterfalls from Cherrapunjee end to form glorious pools of water at Nongriat village."

HolidayIQ reviewer Sunil shares, "I would suggest Cherrapunjee during monsoons because this is the time you get to see green mountains, plenty of water in waterfalls, the clouds hovering over and those beautiful moments when you get to see rainbows nearby waterfalls."

Kanthanpara: Secluded falls amidst the forest
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HolidayIQ reviewer anonymous shot this in Wayanad
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Wayanad is a land of lakes and waterfalls. HolidayIQ reviewer Shalini shares, "Kanthanpara Waterfall is a unique picnic spot where you could spend quality time with your family or friends. There are two waterfalls surrounded by plantations and the forest."

HolidayIQ reviewer Joji shares about Soochipara Falls, "After a brief walk we reached the bottom of the waterfall which is cascading from a height of 200 meters and it is a beautiful scene. The journey to the waterfalls through the plantations, the three-tiered waterfall, the surroundings all made the trip enjoyable."

Yes, in Coastal Malabar there are hidden waterfalls in the forest.

HolidayIQ reviewer Anoop shares, "The name Thusharagiri means snow-capped mountain which got its name from the snow like aura generated by the waterfall. It is easy to access the first series of waterfalls and it offers a beautiful view of gallons of water splashing down ferociously. If you are more adventurous, you can venture out on a trekking trip to the other waterfalls also which are hidden inside the forest (prior permission may be necessary)."

Malshejghats: A drive-through rapid!
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HolidayIQ reviewer anonymous shot this in Malshejghat
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HolidayIQ reviewer Trevor talks about Malshej Ghats, "It is best to go there when the monsoons have fully set in and it has been raining heavily for at least a month or so. This is when you will be able to properly enjoy all the numerous waterfalls in their full glory. In fact, just before you enter the tunnel opening out into Malshej Ghats, you have to drive through a waterfall and the experience of this is indeed thrilling."

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