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Courtallam (April 2008)
Three days, two days spent on traveling and a day spent trekking in Courtallam!

Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Tropical wet evergreen forests
Tropical wet evergreen forests
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Five falls Courtallam
Misty morning view
Misty morning view of the Courtallam mountains from my grandpa’s place
Green
Now that’s green
Giant squirrel
The only wildlife spotted during our entire trek was this giant squirrel
Giant squirrel
Could be a Malabar giant squirrel, not sure though
Giant squirrel
Giant squirrel
Giant squirrel
Giant squirrel
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
A view of the surrounding mountains
A view of the surrounding mountains
A view of the surrounding mountains
A view of the surrounding mountains
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Courtallam mountains
Courtallam mountains
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Trekking in Courtallam, on the way to Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
If your looking for an waterfall in an isolated place, then this is the one
Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
Rock formations
Rock formations
Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
Shenbagadevi falls
A view of the surrounding mountains from the top of Courtallam main falls
A view of the surrounding mountains from the top of Courtallam main falls
A view of the surrounding mountains from the top of Courtallam main falls
A view of the surrounding mountains from the top of Courtallam Main falls
Courtallam Main falls
Courtallam Main falls
Courtallam Main falls
Courtallam Main falls
Courtallam Main falls
Courtallam Main falls
Old Courtallam falls
Old Courtallam falls
Old Courtallam falls
Old Courtallam falls

Courtallam the “Spa of the South” is located in Tamil Nadu and is around 550 kms from Bangalore.
Every turn you take in Courtallam would end you up at a waterfall for sure, Five falls and the Old Courtallam falls is about 5 kms from the Courtallam Main falls. Shenbagadevi falls is about 3 kms from the Main Courtallam falls however, it can only be accessed by trekking through the mountains.

Must Do’s ;)
A 3 km trek from Courtallam main falls to the Shenbagadevi falls.