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Timings : 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Time Required : 1-2 hours

Entry Fee : No entry fee

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Pambar Falls, Kodaikanal Overview

Also known as the 'Grand Cascade' and situated at a distance of 4 km from the Kodaikanal Bus Station, the Pambar Falls are formed by the town reservoir flowing towards the south and forming the Fairy Falls which further continue to join the Vaigai River. The falls can be reached by following a steep and slippery path from behind the Pambar house. A zig-zag stream flows down the Pambar Ravine which falls over some slippery rocks during its twisty course. A pond-like formation is formed at the bottom which is perfect for bathing as well as swimming, and as you go downstream, you will witness three to four more adjacent falls.

The wild surrounding of the majestic falls leads to the development of flora and fauna in abundance. Some endemic birds and butterflies are the main attraction of this calming spot. Due to the beauty and the natural surroundings that the falls possess, it is visited mostly by nature lovers and has been gaining steady popularity amongst travellers. One can enjoy a picnic with family and friends along with indulging in many activities. There is an 80-mile road situated at a short distance from the falls which is famous for the amazing trekking experience that it offers. Since the place provides numerous adventure activities, experienced as well as amateur trekkers visit the site. A place which is known for its natural surroundings, Pambar Falls is a must-visit place for all the travellers who would love to break-away and enjoy some peaceful time in the lap of nature.

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How To Reach Pambar Falls

Situated at a distance of 4 km from the Kodaikanal Bus Station, the Pambar Falls are accessible and can be easily reached via the public transport including a bus or a cab.

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