Kaalakkayam waterfall is situated in Thiruvananthapuram district. It lies near Idinjaar forest. This waterfall is a part of Mankayam River that originates from the Agasthyavanam forest. Mankayam River is a tributary of Chittar River. The Chittar River originates from the Chemunchi hills and flows through the Brymore forest to form this tributary. Mankayam River produces two waterfalls of which one is the Kaalakkayam waterfall. It is a fairly big waterfall and there are special view points from where this waterfall can be enjoyed properly. The area surrounding this waterfall is greenery.
At the bottom of the waterfall, a small pool is formed and one can even take a dip from here. The forest houses several species of birds, animals and plants.
How To Reach
|Near Bus Station||Palode bus station|
|Near Railway Station||Thiruvananthapuram railway station at a distance of 50 kms|
|Near Airport||Thiruvananthapuram International Airport at a distance of 60 kms|