Falling from a height of 984 feet, Meenmutty Waterfalls is the second highest waterfall in Kerala. The fall is nestled amidst the lush green area of Mepadi forest range, under the South Wayanad forest division, at Chitragiri on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. The waterfall is a divided into three tires, each measuring a length of 300 feet. Streams of the water gain its fierce strength during the months of monsoon. 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.
Kalpetta, Wayanad, Kerala, 673121, India