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Siruvani Waterfalls

Located in the city of Coimbatore, Siruvani Waterfalls is situated 35 kms to the west in the Western Ghats. An artificial basin was constructed on the waterfall to meet the drinking needs of the residents of Coimbatore. The reservoir was built by Kerala Government for the people of Tamil Nadu. On Siruvani Waterfalls is a dam constructed which has used Tamil and Kerala architecture styles for its conception. >Siruvani River is the water course of the waterfall. The water of the river is sweet and is known for its mineral possessions. Siruvani Waterfalls and dam is the exquisite tourist spot.


Siruvani Waterfalls is 6 km in length (3.7 metres) from Karunya University. In the scenic valley of Attapady in Kerala, Siruvani dam is situated. The nearby location of the waterfall has recurrent tributaries. Palar River, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Aliyar River and Anaimalai Hills range are the nearby tourist attractions.

Activities to Do

Palakkad town is 46 kms away from Siruvani Waterfalls. Golden colored paddy field of Palakkad is a beautiful experience in itself. The other attractions to visit nearby are the homes of two tribal groups – Irulars and Mudugars. Few other places which can be visited are Sadivayal Checkpost, Attapady valley, Kovai Kondattam, Karunya University, Dhyanalinga and Velliyangiri Temple.

How to Reach

By Rail

Siruvani Waterfalls can be accessed through railways. Palakkad is the nearest railway station, which is 22 kms away from Siruvani.

By Air

Coimbatore airport is the nearest airport in Tamil Nadu, which is 41 kms away from Siruvani Waterfalls.

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