Kerala ‘God’s own country’ >>
With the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats towering 500-2700 ms in the east and networked by 44 rivers, Kerala enjoys unique geographical features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia. Kerala is a land of great natural beauty. For administrative purpose, the state of Kerala is divided into fourteen districts. Most of these districts offer all the tourism products typical of the State. Kerala has India's lowest infant mortality and highest life expectancy rates. The highest physical quality of life in India.
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Ayyappancovil - the unexploited beauty of nature..
A beautiful place on the western ghats..
The future destination of tourists, located in Idukku District, Kerala, India (16 km to Kattappana). It is one of the most beautiful place in kerala. It is an unexploited place by tourist, a virgin place with unpoluted air, water and land.
Ramkkalmedu - on the top of the world..
Ramakkalmedu is a hill station located about 15 km from Nedumkandom on the Munnar-Thekkady route. It provides a panoramic view of Tamil Nadu villages and towns.
It belives that or there is a folk-tale that lord 'Sree Rama', the Hindu mythological God had set his foot on this rock
Wagamon is a hill station located in Kottayam-Idukki border of Kerala, India. Wagamon has a warm and friendly place with cool climate as the temperature between 10 and 23 degree Celsius during a summer midday. It is situated 1,100 meters above sea level.
Panchalimedu is a view point and an ideal trekking place for tourists in Idukki District of Kerala. It is situated 7 km from Mundakayam-Kuttikkanam stretch on the Kottayam-Kumily road. Panchalimedu lies at an altitude of about 2500 ft above sea level. It is believed that the Pandavas and their wife Panchali spent a short time here during their Agyant Baas (exile). A pond known as Panchalikkulam is worth visiting here. The divine light 'Makara Jyothi' of the famous Sabarimala can be viewed from this place.
Kulamavu lies in Idukki district, Kerala, South India.
Kulamavu is known for its dam which is a part of the Idukki Hydro Electric Project.The Idukki arch dam (Asia’s first arch dam) is supported by two other smaller dams - one at Cheruthoni and the other one at Kulamavu.
Boating in the artificial lake at the dam is an enjoyable experience. Various species of birds have been sighted in this area.Some of the common ones are: darter or snake bird and king fisher.
Being in the lower part of the high ranges of Kerala, Kulamavu enjoys a salubrious climate.Rubber and spice plantations flourish here.
Athirappalli and Vazhachal Waterfalls
Athirappalli and Vazhachal Waterfalls are two scenic and popular waterfalls located about 63 km away from Thrissur, on the edge of the Sholayar forest ranges, 5km apart. The falls are very popular with tourists. The Athirapally Falls join the Chalakkudy River after plummeting a drop of 80 feet. Vazhachal is part of the Chalakkudy River.