Kanthalloor is a virtually rain shadow village, lying in the eastern side of the Western Ghats near to Marayur The place is famous for its cool season fruits and vegetables. Kanthalloor is famous for its apple, oranges, plums, peaches and variety of other fruits and vegetables that are not grown in other parts of Kerala. The Anaimudi Sholai National Park(Formerly known as the Mannavan Chola) is the evergreen forest surrounding Kanthalloor. The major places of attraction include Pattisseri Dam, Kulachivayal rocks, Keezhanthoor waterfalls, Irachilppara waterfall and the cave temple of Sri Rama.
Cabbage cultivation in Kulathoor
Strawberry cultivation in Kulathoor
Best time to visit Kandhalloor
If desire to avoid the hot sun of Idukki and explore the best of Kanthalloor, then the best time to visit it is from September until the end of March. During this period, the natural beauty of Kanthalloor is at its peak.
Mostly cloudy skies. Hazy. Low 64F. Winds light and variable.
1 hr 41 min , 48.9 km from munnar
The nearest national highway is NH 85 which passes through Munnar and can be accessed from Kanthalloor-Marayoor-Munnar.