Devikulam"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Mattupetty Lake - Mattupetty Lake is another chief tourist attraction, which is situated at a distance of 26 km from Devikulam. Moreover, speed boat drive across the lake is also present. From the lakeside, one can also sight mountains and hillocks.

     

    Eravikulam National Park - Eravikulam National Park is among thetourist attractions of Devikulam sub-division of Idukki district. Located at a distance of 15 km from Munnar, this national park is under administrative control of Munnar Forest Division of Idukki District. Spread over sprawling area of 97 sq. km this reserve was set up in 1978 for the protection of Nilgiri Tahr. As per historical evidences, the region was owned by Rajamalai and Eravikulam. Later, the reserve was proposed as a sanctuary but was upgraded to national park. Other noteworthy species inhabiting Eravikulam National Park are malabar civet, sambar deer, barking deer, nilgai, langur, python etc. Imperial pigeon and gray jungle fowl are noteworthy bird species found in the region.

     

    Sita Devi Lake - Sita Devi Lake, also known as Devikulam Lake, is a popular attraction of Devikulam in the district of Idukki. The water body is surrounded by trees and shrubs, serving as an ideal picnic spot. As per regional folklore, it is believed that Goddess Sita used to bathe in the lake during the exile. Associated with the legend of Hindu mythology, the spot has become a revered pilgrim centre. It is also believed that the water of the lake has therapeutic properties and is rich in minerals. The mineral water flowing through hills draws huge number of nature lovers. Besides, travellers can also engage in fishing at this spot.

     

    Blossom International Park - Blossom International Park is a beautiful park situated in the Munnar region, on the way to Cochin. The park complex has facilities for water cycling, boating cycling and roller skating. Blossom International Park has tree houses, ropeways and swings for children.

     

    Hill View Park - Hill View Park is a famous tourist destination, which is spread over a large area on a hill. From the park, travellers can witness herds of wild elephants in their natural habitat. Situated close to Idukki Arch Dam and Cheruthony Dam, 8 acres of park is aesthetically laid featuring contrasting species of plants and flowers. Moreover, there is a natural water body at the hill top that has pedal boating facilities.

     

    Kundala Lake - Kundala Lake is one of the tourist attractions, located in the midst of dense forest. It is situated at an altitude of 1700 above sea level close to Kundala Arch Dam. At the lake, there is an opportunity for tourists to engage in boating. Kashmiri Shikara boats, pedal boats and row boats are also available on rent. Besides boating, visitors can also explore tea estates and Golf Course Ground in the vicinity. Gardens featuring cherry blossoms and Kurinji flowers are the highlights of the tourist spot.  An Aruvikkad waterfall in proximity is another noteworthy attraction.

     

    Thoovanam Falls - Thoovanam Falls is a popular waterfall of Devikulam, lying within Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. The waterfall is formed by river Pambar, which flows eastwards through the wildlife reserve. Unlike most of the reserve region, Thoovanam Falls remains open for tourists round the year. Karimutti Forest Station to Thoovanam waterfalls is a trekking trail that allows travellers to explore wildlife while venturing deep into the forest. Trekking through dry and deciduous forest provides a glimpse of several endemic and rare species.

     

    Pallivasal Falls - Pallivasal Falls are one of the major attractions visiting Devikulam. This stream has emerged as a centre for picnics and leisurely recreations.

     

    Keezharkuthu Falls - Keezharkuthu Falls, also known as Rain Bow Waterfalls is a  tourism destination.  The waterfalls cascade down a rock from a height of about 1500 m. The forests in the surroundings have rich reserve of medicinal plants. Apart from sightseeing attraction, the spot has become centre of adventure activities such as rock climbing, mountaineering and camp tracking. The destination can be reached through a narrow road, located at a distance of 10 km from Malayinchi.

     

    Anayirankal Lake - Anayirankal Lake is among the popular picnic spots of Devikulam which is surrounded by tea gardens and forests. Located amidst dense forest, the lake serves as a main water source for the elephants. Tata Tea Plantations in the vicinity, is another prime attraction. Tourists can reach the lake from Pothenmedu which is located at a distance of 3 km.

     

    Devikulam Tea Estate - Devikulam Tea Estate is counted among the ancient establishments in the region. Plantation region was established in 1900 by Tata Tea Company. Sprawling over an area of over 239 hectares, this estate is well-known tea plantation and manufacturing. The estate is situated along with the National Highway 49 at an elevation of 6000 ft above the sea-level. Apart from rejuvenation this estate also provides opportunity for boating and fishing for travellers.

     

    Idukki National Park - Idukki National Park is among popular tourist attractions of Devikulam. The natural reserve houses rarest species of migratory birds, animals and reptiles. There is an option with visitors to go for safari to explore the park and its inhabitants. Idukki Arch Dam in the vicinity gets flooded during months of September and October, during which park remains closed.

     

    Attala Rock Shelter - Attala Rock Shelter is one of the chief tourist spots of Devikulam taluk of Idukki district. Lying at a height of 1500 m above sea level, tourism location is situated close to Kavakudi Village of Marayoor Township. Walls of these rock shelters features 94 painted motifs, highlight being abstract designs of human and animal figures.

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  • Hotels of Devikulam

    Sree Sailam Homestay, Devikulam

    Sree Sailam Homestay, Devikulam offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This prop

    2,800.00 Avg/night

    Pavithram Homestay, Devikulam

    Vaisakham

    Pavithram Homestay, Devikulam offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This proper

    3,000.00 Avg/night

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    Mattupetty Lake - Mattupetty Lake is another chief tourist attraction, which is situated at a distance of 26 km from Devikulam. Moreover, speed boat drive across the lake is also present. From the lakeside, one can also sight mountains and hillocks.

     

    Eravikulam National Park - Eravikulam National Park is among thetourist attractions of Devikulam sub-division of Idukki district. Located at a distance of 15 km from Munnar, this national park is under administrative control of Munnar Forest Division of Idukki District. Spread over sprawling area of 97 sq. km this reserve was set up in 1978 for the protection of Nilgiri Tahr. As per historical evidences, the region was owned by Rajamalai and Eravikulam. Later, the reserve was proposed as a sanctuary but was upgraded to national park. Other noteworthy species inhabiting Eravikulam National Park are malabar civet, sambar deer, barking deer, nilgai, langur, python etc. Imperial pigeon and gray jungle fowl are noteworthy bird species found in the region.

     

    Sita Devi Lake - Sita Devi Lake, also known as Devikulam Lake, is a popular attraction of Devikulam in the district of Idukki. The water body is surrounded by trees and shrubs, serving as an ideal picnic spot. As per regional folklore, it is believed that Goddess Sita used to bathe in the lake during the exile. Associated with the legend of Hindu mythology, the spot has become a revered pilgrim centre. It is also believed that the water of the lake has therapeutic properties and is rich in minerals. The mineral water flowing through hills draws huge number of nature lovers. Besides, travellers can also engage in fishing at this spot.

     

    Blossom International Park - Blossom International Park is a beautiful park situated in the Munnar region, on the way to Cochin. The park complex has facilities for water cycling, boating cycling and roller skating. Blossom International Park has tree houses, ropeways and swings for children.

     

    Hill View Park - Hill View Park is a famous tourist destination, which is spread over a large area on a hill. From the park, travellers can witness herds of wild elephants in their natural habitat. Situated close to Idukki Arch Dam and Cheruthony Dam, 8 acres of park is aesthetically laid featuring contrasting species of plants and flowers. Moreover, there is a natural water body at the hill top that has pedal boating facilities.

     

    Kundala Lake - Kundala Lake is one of the tourist attractions, located in the midst of dense forest. It is situated at an altitude of 1700 above sea level close to Kundala Arch Dam. At the lake, there is an opportunity for tourists to engage in boating. Kashmiri Shikara boats, pedal boats and row boats are also available on rent. Besides boating, visitors can also explore tea estates and Golf Course Ground in the vicinity. Gardens featuring cherry blossoms and Kurinji flowers are the highlights of the tourist spot.  An Aruvikkad waterfall in proximity is another noteworthy attraction.

     

    Thoovanam Falls - Thoovanam Falls is a popular waterfall of Devikulam, lying within Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. The waterfall is formed by river Pambar, which flows eastwards through the wildlife reserve. Unlike most of the reserve region, Thoovanam Falls remains open for tourists round the year. Karimutti Forest Station to Thoovanam waterfalls is a trekking trail that allows travellers to explore wildlife while venturing deep into the forest. Trekking through dry and deciduous forest provides a glimpse of several endemic and rare species.

     

    Pallivasal Falls - Pallivasal Falls are one of the major attractions visiting Devikulam. This stream has emerged as a centre for picnics and leisurely recreations.

     

    Keezharkuthu Falls - Keezharkuthu Falls, also known as Rain Bow Waterfalls is a  tourism destination.  The waterfalls cascade down a rock from a height of about 1500 m. The forests in the surroundings have rich reserve of medicinal plants. Apart from sightseeing attraction, the spot has become centre of adventure activities such as rock climbing, mountaineering and camp tracking. The destination can be reached through a narrow road, located at a distance of 10 km from Malayinchi.

     

    Anayirankal Lake - Anayirankal Lake is among the popular picnic spots of Devikulam which is surrounded by tea gardens and forests. Located amidst dense forest, the lake serves as a main water source for the elephants. Tata Tea Plantations in the vicinity, is another prime attraction. Tourists can reach the lake from Pothenmedu which is located at a distance of 3 km.

     

    Devikulam Tea Estate - Devikulam Tea Estate is counted among the ancient establishments in the region. Plantation region was established in 1900 by Tata Tea Company. Sprawling over an area of over 239 hectares, this estate is well-known tea plantation and manufacturing. The estate is situated along with the National Highway 49 at an elevation of 6000 ft above the sea-level. Apart from rejuvenation this estate also provides opportunity for boating and fishing for travellers.

     

    Idukki National Park - Idukki National Park is among popular tourist attractions of Devikulam. The natural reserve houses rarest species of migratory birds, animals and reptiles. There is an option with visitors to go for safari to explore the park and its inhabitants. Idukki Arch Dam in the vicinity gets flooded during months of September and October, during which park remains closed.

     

    Attala Rock Shelter - Attala Rock Shelter is one of the chief tourist spots of Devikulam taluk of Idukki district. Lying at a height of 1500 m above sea level, tourism location is situated close to Kavakudi Village of Marayoor Township. Walls of these rock shelters features 94 painted motifs, highlight being abstract designs of human and animal figures.

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