Places to visit in Courtallam

Five Falls, Courtallam

Ranked 1 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

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"Excellent place with police at service" Feb 9, 2016
"Great experience - Should enjoy " Dec 22, 2015
Five Falls is one of the favoured sites of travellers visiting Courtallam and is located at a distance of 4 km from the town. These falls split into five sections before cascading vertically at Aravankadu Pass. The cluster of five falls is often compared with five heads of a ho... Read more
Old Falls, Courtallam

Old Falls, Courtallam

Ranked 2 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

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"Bath on falls" Aug 16, 2017
"Very good place in Thenkasi" Feb 9, 2016
Old Falls, regionally known as Pazhaya Courtallam, is situated along with the road to Tenkasi. The 200-ft fall features steps that are cut out into the rocks for breaking flow of cascading water. This water stream is located at a distance of 10 km from the centre of the town. A... Read more

Main Falls, Courtallam

Ranked 3 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

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"Good falls with a temple nearby " Feb 9, 2016
"Giant waterfall, witness to magnificence of Mother Nature " Dec 2, 2015
Main Falls, also known as Peraruvi is the biggest and most frequented waterfall among the nine falls. The water stream cascades downstream from an altitude of 60 m at the location. Located in the town centre, the water stream is also a worship place for the locals. The stream e... Read more

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    Lord Thirukuttralanathar, Courtallam

    Lord Thirukuttralanathar, Courtallam

    Ranked 4 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

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    "Unique and powerful " Dec 19, 2015
    "It's a great place to visit " Feb 3, 2015
    Lord Thirukuttralanathar, one of the chief worship shrines of the region is dedicated to Lord Thirukuttralanathar (Lord Shiva). The temple features numerous inscriptions that date back to Chola and Pandya kingdoms. The worship centre is surrounded by mountains and rivers, which... Read more
    Palaruvi Falls, Courtallam

    Palaruvi Falls, Courtallam

    Ranked 5 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

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    "The fall is magnificent " Nov 22, 2015
    "Not hygeinic and very small " Oct 23, 2013
    Palaruvi Falls is one of highlighting tourist spots of the region, featuring a water stream of a 300 ft fall. The stream means stream of milk in regional dialect that meanders through lush green grooves. Associated with religious belief, the water stream is revered by the native... Read more
    Small Falls, Courtallam

    Small Falls, Courtallam

    Ranked 6 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

    Small Falls, located just over the Main Falls, is one of the popular tourist spots of the region. The stream of water is also referred to as Chittaruvi and is believed to have rich herbal and therapeutic properties. For easy access to the falls, there are steps along with the r... Read more
    Shenbaga Falls, Courtallam

    Shenbaga Falls, Courtallam

    Ranked 7 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

    Shenbaga (Chembakadevi) Falls is one of the revered places in the region. The beautiful waterfall is positioned on the way to Honey Falls. This location can also be accessed from the Main Falls, which is also a popular trekking route. It is located at a distance of 3 km from the... Read more
    Honey Falls, Courtallam

    Honey Falls, Courtallam

    Ranked 8 of 8 things to do in Courtallam

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    Honey Falls (Thenaruvi) is one of the major tourist spots of the region, which is situated 4 km from the Main falls. The water stream is named after beehives that are formed on the face of the rock during dry season. The beautiful waterfall of horseshoe shape falls from three s... Read more