Unexplored tourist destinations in Kerala

Kerala is richer than revealed with unlimited unexplored attractions. which are not yet widely reached to tourists. All of these beautiful places are attending all kind of tourists. like trekkers, nature lovers, etc.. with its maximum beauty and uniqueness.

Tusharagiri Waterfalls

Thusharagiri waterfalls is located 50 km from Kozhikode, Kerala. The word Thusharagiri means ‘snow-capped mountain’, get it name due to the water drop lets from the waterfalls which surrounds the mountain like a misty blanket. This beautiful waterfalls was originated from chalippuzha river which was formed by two streams from western ghat. Thusharagiri is the best choice for picnic with challenging trekking, rock climbing through river path and wild life visit. 2-3 hours of trekking of 8 kms will began at 7 Am and lead you to explore rubber arecanut and spice plantations with surrounded evergreen forest, soothing streams and exotic birds made Thusharagiri waterfalls as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Malabar region.

Thusharagiri Waterfalls

Kakkayam Dam

Kakkayam Dam

Kakkayam dam is located in calicut district of Kerala. The dam is surrounded by lush greenery and animals like elephant, bisons and exotic birds can be see in the dam location. The trekkers choose this place as there is an endless scope for trekking and rock climbing. You can enjoy a 15 minuts boat ride in Kakkayam dam lake and can enjoy a view of orukkuzhi waterfalls which was formed from Kakkayam dam. April till September is the best time to visit Kakkayam dam.

Dhoni Waterfalls

Dhoni is Popular trekking spot for tourists, situated around 15 km from Palakkad town in Kerala. Dhoni waterfalls, western ghat forest and Dhoni farm are the main attraction in this place. A 4 km trekking walk is required from bottom to reach on top of the hill to see the waterfalls and water flowing down between rocks will be a beautiful view on the way. Upon reaching the top, you can see an amazing view of Dhoni waterfalls and can enjoy a bath in the cold water with a climb up on the rock, you can see the beauty of the jungle and it is said to have leopards, elephant and so.



Kodikuthimala is also known as “The Ooty of Malappuram district of Kerala”. This place is situated 1713 feet above from sea level, this is the geographic peak in Amminikkadan hills of Malappuram.

Ever-flowing springs, waterfalls a watch tower and the suicide point as the main attraction of this 70 acres of beautiful hilly land. ‘Kodi’ means flag and ‘Mala’ means hills. The British hoisted their flag on this hilltop during a survey, thus getting the name ‘Kodikuthimala’.

Kodikuthimala is one of the best choice of trekkers as this is a challenging task due to varied topography of the hill. This is the favorite spot of youngsters and those who love nature as its sheer natural.