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Kuttikanam is located 3500 ft above the sea level its laid back lifestyle, pleasantly cool climate and panoramic views of vast green carpets of tea plantations makes your mind refresh all the time. You will be amazed at the magnificent sight of green capped hills with silver streams gushing down. Tea Estates abundant in Kuttikanam gives the place a picturesque view. In history Kuttikanam place was a summer camp of the Travancore Kings of Kerala.

Kuttikanam Attractions

Pine forests :
Exactly the same scenery that you see in the dance scenes of bollywood films. A stroll through them is quite a refreshing experience.

Thrishangu hills: Offers a breathtakingly beautiful view of the valleys below.

Panchalimedu: A must go place for trekkers


Tea plantations: Spread over acres of land, walking through the lush green plantations and watching the tea garden workers plucking the leaves is truly a memorable experience.


Valanjanganam waterfalls: You sure will enjoy the lovely sight of water gushing down the mountains


Summer Palace, Tomb of Muslim saint Peer Muhammed, Hope church are some of the places.



Idukki, the highland district of Kerala is virtually a paradise dotted with mountains, valleys, lakes, wildlife sanctuaries, lush forests and several tea estates. Extending from the roads to the hills here are the enchanting tea, pepper and cardamom plantations that lend a distinct aroma to the cool and bracing climate of this hill resort. High ranges and wooded valleys are girded by three main rivers Periyar, Thalayar and Thodupuzhayar and their tributaries. The River Pamba also has its origin here.

Idukki Attractions

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a unique thorny scrub forest with numerous xerophytes species.
Chinnar is well known for the habitat of the endangered Giant Grizzled Squirrel of India.

Located 16 km from Munnar, Devikulam symbolizes nature in her unspoiled state and glory. At Devikulam, the crisp and cool mountain air heavily loaded with the fragrance of wild flowers and rare herbs is any nature lover's paradise and makes it one of the most serene and beautiful places in Kerala.

Idukki Dam
The Idukki dam, built across the Kuravan and Kurathi hills is the world's second and Asia's first arch dam. The Idukki dam, lying close to the cheruthoni barrage is 550 ft high and 650 ft. wide. The Idukki arch Dam is also one of the attractions of Idukki district and attracts a large number of visitors.


Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
The Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary extends over the Thodupuzha and Udumpanchola taluka of Idukki district. The Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of 77 sq km and is about 450-748 m above sea level. It is one of the most beautiful and flora and fauna rich wildlife in Kerala.


Marayoor is about 40 kilometers away from Munnar. It is interesting to note that Marayoor is the only place in Kerala which has a natural growth of sandal wood trees. Another attraction here is the relics of new Stone Age civilization, which have been unearthed here.


Top Station
Top Station, the tranquil hill station is located about 32 km from Munnar, on the Munnar-Kodaikanal Road. Perched at an altitude of 1700 m above sea level, Top Station is the highest point on Munnar-Kodaikanal Road and one of the most famous hill spots in Kerala.

Kuthumkal Waterfalls
The Kuthumkal waterfall provides a picturesque view of the water, cascading down from dazzling heights. The utter beauty of the place attracts thousands of tourists every year. This is truly nature at its best!


Munnar breathtakingly beautiful - a haven of peace and tranquility - the idyllic tourist destination in God's own country. Set at an altitude of 6000 ft from sea level located in Idukki district, Munnar was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. Unending expanse of tea plantations - The misty mountains and valleys, the whispering wilds and the refreshing drizzles are a tourists' delight at any time of the year. The mountain slopes are a nicely laden green carpet of evergreen tea plantations interspaced by murmuring jungle streams, winding roads and Pathways.

The misty nights and the sound of silence of this high altitude mountains and valleys blessed with mother nature's riches flora and fauna make it a true paradise on earth. The satin smooth grass lands which are the abode of the rare species of wild goats known as Nilgiri Tahrs and herds of wild elephants grazing elegantly across the jungle slopes add to the splendour of this mesmerizing landscape.

Munnar Attractions

It is a scenic spot offering majestic views of the tea, coffee and cardamom plantations in Munnar. The undulating hills, the lush mountain and the incredible scenery here is ideal for trekking and extensive mountain walks.

It is an idyllic hill station and the most sought-after among the tourist attractions of Munnar featuring sprawling lawns, exotic flora and fauna and the cold mountain air. You will also find Sita Devi Lake with its mineral rich water and charming ambiance and is an ideal picnic spot. This place is ideal for trout fishing.

It is located at a height of 1700 meters and famous for its highly specialized dairy farm. You can visit the cattle shed farms at this place on your tour to Munnar. Besides, the Mattupetty Lake and dam is a short distance from the farm and is a beautiful picnic spot. You can also get boating facilities on the Mattupetty Dam that would simply be exciting.


This spot offers uninterrupted panorama of waterfalls and undulating hills and is located between Munnar and Pallivasal. If you wish to go for the long treks, then this place should be your choice.


It is located at a distance of 10 kms from Munnar and is a land of incredible waterfalls. The sight of waters cascading down a hill from a height of around 1600 meters is an awe-inspiring one. The captivating surroundings make an outstanding picnic spot and trekking point.


Eravikulam National Park
This flourishing national park is home to the Nilgiri Tahr and also to the Anamudi Peak which is located in the Southern region of the park. It was initially established to protect the Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiri Ibex) and was recognized as a national park in the year 1978. It is spread over an area of 97 sq kms and is one of the most sought-after among the tourist attractions of Munnar. This park is remarkably beautiful and is a gem to the crown of Munnar.

Anamudi Peak
Anamudi Peak inside Eravikulam National Park is the highest peak (2695 m) in peninsular India. It towers over the sanctuary in majestic pride. The hill is abundant in all kinds of rare flora and fauna. It is best know for the endangered Nilgiri tahr (hemitragus hylocrious) although it does harbour a number of other equally interesting denizens— such as Atlas moth (the largest of its kind in the world), Nilgiri langurs, lion-tailed macaques, leopards and tigers. An ideal place for trekking, facilities are provided here and tourists are allowed to go on foot up to Anamudi.


Thekkady , One of the most scenic areas of Kerala, Thekkady offers diverse attractions like wildlife sanctuary, hill station & spice plantation. Periyar Wildlife sanctuary is one of the best in the country for watching and photographing wild life. Notable among the denizens of sanctuary are Tiger, Wild Elephant, Sambar Deer, Wild Bison, Wild Boar, Malabar Gaint Squirrel, Nilgiri Langur, Hornbill, Woodpecker, Kingfisher, Otter...

Thekkady Attractions

The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumily, Murikkady, Pandikuzhi, Mangala Devi Temple, Chellarkovil, Vandiperiyar, Vandanmedu and Pullumedu.


Kumarakom, the famous backwater tourist destination in Kerala is located about 12 kms from Kottayam. This place can be reached through a voyage from Alappuzha. Kumarakom is undoubtedly the most invigorating, fascinating paradise in Kerala, God's own country. This rich green, sleepy little village of Kumarkom is located on the Vembanad lake amidst mangrove forests and coconut groves. Kumarakom is an enchanting picnic spot and provides boating, fishing and sightseeing experiences that are truly exhilarating.

Kumarakom Attractions

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Kettuvallams, Sunset and Sunrise Cruise on a Kettuvallam, Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls, Kottayam, Bay Island Museum, Erumely, Aranmula, Vagamon, Elaveezha Poonchira and Vaikom Temple.

It is a very ideal tourist spot surrounded by the greenery of tea gardens, beautiful meadows, deep puzzling valleys and dales. The enchanting hill station dotted with tea gardens will soon be one of India's foremost eco-tourism projects. All the trekking enthusiasts will enjoy climbing this 1100 metres tall hill. This tourist place also has to offer Thangal Para, the Indo-Swiss Project and Kurisumala Ashram. Welcome to a land which would make you come back again and again. So that you could rejuvenate yourself and cherish memories of this enchantingly beautiful land.

Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as 'God's Own Country'. Its strategic importance over the centuries is underlined by the sobriquet Queen of the Arabian Sea. Informally, Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala.

From time immemorial, the Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese have left indelible marks on the history and development of Cochin. Over the years, Cochin has emerged as the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala and is perhaps the second most important city on the west coast of India (after Mumbai/Bombay). Cochin is proud of its world class port and international airport that link it to many major cities worldwide.

This lovely seaside city is flanked by the Western Ghats on the east and the Arabian Sea on the west. Its proximity to the equator, the sea and the mountains provide a rich experience of a moderate equatorial climate.

Kochi Attractions

Backwaters, Santa Cruz Basilica, St. Francis Church - Fort Cochin, Mattancherry Palace, Bolghatty Palace, Cherai Beach, Hill Palace Museum – Thripunithra, Pareekshith Thampuran Museum, Willingdon Island, Jewish Synagogue, Vypeen Island, Chennamangalam, Chinese Fishing Nets and Kalady (Pilgrim Centre).


Thiruvananthapuram literally means Ananthapuri, "the city of Ananthan", the Thiru (Great/Lord) Ananthan's Puram (City). The name derives from the main deity of a Hindu temple at the centre of the city. Ananthan is the serpent Sesha on whom Padmanabhan or Vishnu reclines. The temple of Anantha, the Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple is the most recognizable icon of the city. It is located on the west coast of India near the extreme south of the mainland. The city is characterized by its undulating terrain of low coastal hills with narrow winding lanes and busy commercial alleys.

Thiruvananthapuram Attractions

Agasthyakoodam, Akkulam Boat Club, Aruvi Waterfalls/Vaiyanthol , Aruvikkara, Chacha Nehru Children`s Museum, Kodungalloor, Kowdiyar Palace, Neyyar Dam, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Peppara Wild Life Sanctuary, Ponmudi, Science and Technology Museum, Sri Chitra Art Gallery, Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple, The Government Art Museum, The Zoo, Veli Lagoon, Vizhinjam and The Kovalam Beach.

Kozhikode Attractions

Mananchira Square, Sweet Meat Street, Palayam Market, Thali Temple, Kozhikode Beach, Dolphin Point, Regional Science Centre, Pazhassi Raja Museum and VK Krishna Menon Art Gallery, Kappad Beach, Thikkodi Light House and Payyoli Beach, Thusharagiri Waterfall and Peruvannamuzhi and Kakkayam Dams.


Wayanad, the 'green paradise' instantly draws a picture of a vast stretch of green land. The sobriquet itself oozes tremendous freshness. 'The natural beauty of Kerala is the best', you will say to yourself as you set out exploring its hills, waterfalls, lakes and wildlife sanctuaries. These gifts of nature do not merely have balmy effect on your tired soul, rather they give you a kind of happiness that is simply indescribable.

Wayanad Attractions

Chembra Peak, Lakkidi, Pookote Lake, Suchipara and Kanthampara Fall, Meenmutty Falls, Karlad Lake, Edakkal caves, Heritage Museum, Ambalavayal, Chethalayam Fall, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Muthunga, Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary, Kuruvadweep and Pakshipathalam.

Kannur Attractions

Fort St Angelo, Arakkal Kettu, Meenkunnu Beach, Payyambalam Beach, Valapattanam Backwater, Muzhapilangad Beach, Tellicherry Fort, Gundert's Bungalow, Aralam Wild life sanctuary, Pazhazzi Dam, Pythal Mala and Ezhimala.


Alappuzha’s amazing backwaters constitute its hallmark. The locale for the renowned snake boat races is its criss-crossing waterways. Tourists as well as the local population look forward to the event. A golden streak of land woven with rivers, lakes, lagoons and canals, Alappuzha or Alleppy is labelled as the Venice of the East. Alappuzha, meaning the land between the sea and a network of rivers falling into it, evokes a sense of romance and beauty.


The Nehru Trophy Boat Race at Punnamada Kayal, the Payippad, the Thiruvanavandoor, Neerettupuram, Karuvatta and Thaikkoottam boat races are held around the time of Onam (see Festivals of India) in various areas of the district. Amongst them, the one that has caught the fancy of the tourist is the Nehru Trophy Boat Race. Known as Chundan Vallam (battleships of the Malayali kings), the 130ft long snake boats having 100 rowers, 4 helmsmen and 25 cheerleaders, are decorated with multicoloured silk umbrellas, and race past leaving thousands of spectators spellbound. Its long coastline has secured it the status of an important centre for fishing and marine products. The district produces coir, and copra and has a flourishing carpet industry as well.


Enjoy the backwaters on board the “Kettuvalam” as the Houseboats are called in the Malayalam language.

Alappuzha Attractions

Ambalapuzha (Pilgrim Centre), Pathiramanal (An Island), Punnapra, Arthunkal Palli (Pilgrim Centre), Karumadi, Krishnapuram Palace and Alappuzha Beach.