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  • Here’s the thing, the best time to visit Kerala solely hinges on what kind of a voyage you want it to be, the places you want to visit in this dazzling state and the activities you want to be a part of. This well-ventilated land of three definite seasons has something to offer to every season holidaymaker.

    Although winter is the hot pick (ironical right?) you can plan your trip any time of the year because no matter what the season is, it is a fairy-tale land. Kerala will have you covered in all its tourism spirit!So who are you travelling with? What is your drive? Are you a beach, backwater or mountain person? 

    These are questions meant only to pick the idyllic month because whatever the answer is, you are sure to return awestruck in its splendour. But then, why not make it better than the best? Here’s a breakdown that will enlighten you on the best time to visit Kerala.

    Here are the best seasons to visit Kerala:

  • 01Kerala in Summer

    Kerala in Summer
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    Kerala experiences summer from April to June although you can sense its coming by the end of March. The on and off cooldown moments because of the surprise rainfall makes summer the best time to visit Kerala. Also, the western ghats block the northern winds and the Arabian Sea contributes with some cool breeze thus making it a desirable tourist destination.  

    Average Temperature

    Kerala does not make one sweat beyond 36 degrees in the day which is reasonably lesser than its bordering states.  The nights are pleasurably backed by cold winds with an average temperature of about 30-32 degrees.

    Why is it the best time?

    The ultimate godsend of visiting Kerala in this season is that you will be away from the bustling tourist overflow that usually prefers visiting Kerala in winters. So you can treasure all the ‘me time’ you need!

    Places you must visit and activities to do in summer

    One place you should disembark in the summer is Munnar, the tea deck, where you can let everything go with varietal activities like trekking, wildlife spotting, mountain biking and discovering their scintillating tea gardens. The little morsels of fog over their low-lying hills make it a heart-stopping sight.

    Another must visit place in Kerala is Wayanad that is otherwise called the Jewel in the crown of Kerala. With a very trifling population, this treasure trove is home to a rich cultural heritage and thick forests where you can partake in activities like boating, the Chembra trek, explore caves and click their all-embracing spice plantations.

    If you are in Kerala in the summers, then dropping your anchor in Malabar is a must. This pristine city is the mother of textile and spice industry.Thekaddy should be on your list if you are a wildlife person. Stationed on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border, Thekaddy is where you spot animals at the National Park and maybe some on the Periyar Lake. 

    The Periyar Tiger Trail is worth every penny. You could also have some fun with bamboo rafting, attend a Kadathanadan Kalari and Navarasa Kathakali show, visit the Elephant Junction and of course drop in at various spice centres. 

    If you have set your heart on a backwater ride, then put Bekal on your list. The best allurement here is the key-hole shaped fort fronting the Arabian Sea that dates back to the 17th century. This is the land of beaches, historical locations, temples and yummy Keralite food.

    When you hear Kerala, you immediately ruminate about Ayurveda and its mastery in this subject. Then why not visit Kumarakom hosting the Vembanad Lake of backwaters, India’s longest lake with a bird reserve. The accessibility of several Ayurveda spas in summer makes it the best time to visit Kerala. 

    Houseboats take over the water in many places. Fall by The Bay Island Driftwood Museum apart from the Kumarakom bird sanctuary and the historical & ancient Thazhathangady Mosque.If you still have time on you, you can catch Kathakali shows, check in at the heart-shaped lake in Chembra Park, visit the legendary Chain Tree and live in the rain-forest of Lakkidi and make a bonus out of your summer trip. 

    If Kayaking and other water adventures enliven you, then take a detour to Alleppey, the Venice of East.  The contours of Alappuzha beach and its 19th-century lighthouse will blow your mind away!

    The only con

    The slight trickle of sweat every now and then; do you mind that?Barring that, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t make it to Kerala in summer. 

  • 02Kerala in Winter

    Kerala in Winter

    Ranging from October to March, the winters in Kerala is an inexplicable marvel. This is the time of the year when the least rainfall is recorded and you can whiff at purity. Apparently, winter has been recorded as the best time to visit Kerala for its mild-mannered non-biting winters that offer a wide range of things to do during your travel.

    Average Temperature: The average temperature in winters ranges to 32 degrees in the day to about 23 degrees at night. In both cases, your trip will be an amusing one as it marks the best time for uninterrupted sightseeing and for all other ‘Kerala must-do’s’

    Why is it the best time? 

    To begin with, this is the area around all their celebratory occasions, and you categorically want to be a part of them. One that is most observed is Pongal which is celebrated in the midst of January. Also, while the temperature is lower than the other seasons, it is still not uneasily cold. With an endurable climate, this land of God’s own Country is a charisma!

    Places you must visit and activities to do in winter

    Kovalam is not only the best place in Kerala but the best place in the country to be in the winters. This shimmering land of golden sand, flashing sea under the beams of the radiant but hiding sun is a breath-taking sight. If you live in cold places, then this is your getaway basking spot. Massages and Yoga thrive in this area if you want some quiet while water activities like Kayaking, Water skiing, Catamaran cruising and fishing will bring back the jump in you.

    Drifting 1100 meters above sea level on the Western Ghats may not seem so off-track once you are in this exquisiteness of Kerala, Vegamon. You can see the green hills till your vision permits. You can be on one of them without difficulty by opting for paragliding. The illustrious sightseeing places are the Illikal Peak, Five Rocks, Ayyampara, Vagamon Kurishumala Church, Murugan Mala, etc.

    Say Kerala a number of times, and you definitely want to stop over at Kochi, the land of momentous places in Kerala. A city of multi-cultures, multi-heritages and multi-ethnic places and hospitality, Kochi marks ecstasy, especially in winters. You must peek into St. Francis CSI Church, the first European church in India. Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Palace left behind by the Portuguese, Chinese fishing nets are places and things that can keep you occupied.

    Munnar is a hill station and this place is enthralling in the winters. You will always get the sense of hiking amongst clouds, you can smell the fresh tea while you walk by them, you can feel the soothing chill from the waterfalls, and you can trek till your heart’s content. Spot the undreamed-of wildlife at the Eravikulam National Park. You can also drop down at the Tata Tea Museum, the stately of all views.

    If you want to get a breather at some more hill stations, then Neliyampathy and Idukki hill station shall fill in the blank with majestic views and lots of escapades.The river meets the sea at Poovar, and you shouldn’t fall behind! Offering the shortest backwater route in Kerala that slips out of the Arabian Sea, Poovar is an attraction for it is the point that combines the lake, the river and the sea. This utopia land is considered amongst the best for honeymooners.

    Trek till the foot of the 2,695m high Anamudi, the highest point in India not falling in the Himalayan range.How can you leave without setting foot in one of the cleanest city of India, Thiruvananthapuram? The lagoons, the shopping blaze, the large Christmas celebrations, the International Film Festival, the hills, etc. is the big picture to plan your trip in the winters.

    The houseboat cruise in Alleppey, Kottayam and its rubber estates, Thekkady, Varkala, Cherai Beach and Kozhikode are all great other options to visit during the winters.

    The only con

    Being the peak tourist season, you might find it a tad bit hard to get bookings; you need to be prepared for a crowd and for early bookings!Six months of winter bliss grades this southern beauty amongst the best time to visit Kerala. So pick any Kerala city and you are coming back revivified!

  • 03Kerala in Monsoon

    Kerala in Monsoon
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    If your plan is to romanticise your trip, then Monsoon is hands down the best time to visit Kerala. You can revel in the tip-tip of the rains, sip onto hot coffees (tea if you’re actually in Kerala), smell the watery mud, and be in the heavenly paradise all at once. Did you know that Kerala stands out as the only state in this country to be hit by two monsoon waves, the northeast and the southwest? Soak in this tropical land from July to September.

    Average Temperature

    It doesn’t just rain in Kerala, it pours; but this is the kind of pour that you wouldn’t mind drenching in (Not all throughout the day though, you can get your moments of sunlight). While the average temperature ranges between 35 degrees to 20 degrees, the average record of rainfall during these months is between 2250-2500mm.

    Why is it the best time?

    Apart from becoming one of the most romantic places in the country, this is just the apt time to get some soothing time as this is indeed the time for ayurvedic massages to recline your body, mind and soul. You can also benefit from the heavy off-season concessions on various things during this time of the year. If you have never experienced the thrill of a backwater, then you ought to know that monsoon is the in-season! And it is during rainfall that you get sightseeing visuals of the astounding waterfalls.

    Places you must visit and activities to do in monsoon

    If you have made up your mind to visit Kerala in the monsoons, then you must plan it around the most happening annual event of the state, the Snake Boat Race. Conducted on the Pamba River, Alappuzha every year, this race fascinates thousands of tourists from around the world!

    It is during these months that the entire wildlife at Thekaddy breathes into a fresh new life. You can look forward to the Jungle Night Patrol. A road trip to this magical city can be your ‘Wow’ moment with rubber plantations on the sides. Set off on a boat ride and if you are lucky, you can spot some elephants, deer, and many other animals.

    You will be entranced to know that Mararikulam and its Marari Beach is your ‘I want a break’ place in the monsoons. The place is known for a wide range of species with 97 types of butterflies, 10 types of frogs, and about 3 types of turtles; you never know, you might be able to spot.

    Now see, there is no whining about a hill station any time of the year; so then get set go to Munnar. You might have to pinch yourself to check if you are in a fantasy dream, or are really in a place as glorious! If capturing pictures on your camera and in your heart seem like your hobby, then there cannot be a better background than the Attukad Falls and the Anamudi Mountain.

    A tree-house stay is a once in a lifetime experience and there is no place like Wayanad for that. What makes this amongst the top picks is the far-stretched lands that are hugged in fresh green colour. Your heart will melt in joy at the remarkable views and you can gather yourself up under any one of its medium-paced waterfalls.

    The landscapes of Bekal, the amplified picturesque sight of Kovalam, nature’s beauty at Kumarakom, and the natural-springs and the backwaters of Varkala just push the fact that monsoon is indeed the best time to visit Kerala.

    The only con

    If you do not like this pitter-patter, and you don’t want to carry the extra luggage of raincoats and umbrellas, then this ain’t the right season for you.Maybe, one of the above other seasons then?

Sightseeing in Kerala

Adventure in Kerala

Attractions in Kerala

Trekking in Kerala

Nature and wildlife in Kerala

Camping in Kerala



Chembra Peak

A trekking paradise, Chembra is the highest peak in the Wayanad Hill Range that will take your breath away. Encompassed by verdant greenery of the Western Ghats, Chembra Peak is one of those attractions in Wayanad that one just cannot ignore for its mesmerising views. 

It is where the clouds brush your cheeks and your eyes are greeted with solace of calm and quietness in the midst of nature.

It is known for offering an enchanting vista of the heart-shaped lake also known as the Cupid Lake. It also offers an unparalleled view of Banasura Sagar Dam surrounded by the majestic tea plantations located along the foothills of Chembra Peak.

Height: It is 2,100 metres (6,890 ft) above sea level

Location: Kalpetta, Wayanad

Best Time to visit: The best time to visit is between the months of September and March.

Entry fee: The entry charge for the peak is INR 50/USD 0.77

Timings: Chembra Peak is open to tourists during the day time.

Distance from Wayanad: It is about 40 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Banasura Sagar Dam

One of the most spellbinding places to visit in Wayanad, Banasura Sagar Dam is a picturesque tourist hotspot. Known for being India’s largest earthen dam, it boasts of extensive natural beauty with beautiful flora and fauna, majestic hills and mesmerising waterfalls. The Banasura Sagar is a photographer’s delight and offers the most beautiful views from the top of the hill.

It is also famous among adventure enthusiasts who look forward to thrilling activities like boating, trekking, horse racing and camel rides. For the avid trekkers, Banasura hill peak is hailed as one of the most challenging treks. Along with that Banasura Hill Resort adds to the charm of this place that is known as the only ‘earthen’ resort in the country.

Location: Banasura Sagar Dam, Padinjarathara, Kerala

Best Time to visit: November to May offers the most ideal time to visit Banasura Sagar Dam

Entry fee: INR 10/ USD 0.15 per person

Timings: The opening timings are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: It is just 2.3 kilometres away from the bus station.


Kuruva Island

Located in the middle of Kabini river, Kuruva Island is a natural paradise that is replete with diverse flora and fauna in the most beautiful surroundings. It is blessed with evergreen forests all around that makes it a mesmerising picnic spot away from all pollution and noise of the city.

One of the most exciting things about Kuruva Island for tourists is their famous boat rides on bamboo rafts. Trekkers also visit Kuruva Island to explore the pristine environment and witness the most exotic species of plants, animals and birds here.  

The enthralling beauty of this island attracts many people who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of their lives and surround themselves in the serenity of nature.

Location: Kuruvadweep, Kerala

Best Time to visit: Kuruva Island could be visited from October to May

Entry fee: INR 80/ USD 1.23 for Indians and INR 150/USD 2.3 for foreigners

Timings: The visiting hours are from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Mondays are holiday

Distance from Wayanad: It is located 36 kilometres away.


The Bamboo Factory

If you wish to know how bamboo constitutes an important factor in both the lifestyle and livelihood for the people in Wayanad, then a visit to The Bamboo Factory comes highly recommended. 

This educating and inspiring experience gives a sneak peek into the lives of the locals in Uravu. This place is a great stop to witness the wonder of sustainable tourism and explore the ancient traditions that are still preserved in Wayanad.

The Bamboo Factory stands for uplifting the lives of many rural craftsmen along with offering tourists a unique experience by getting to know how bamboo is converted into your favourite items. Tourists at Bamboo Factory also get a chance to talk to these talented craftsmen and know more from their experiences.

Location: 100 Acres Road Thrikkaipatta, Kerala

Best Time to visit: October to February is the best time to visit here.

Entry fee: The cost to visit here is approximately INR 500/ USD 7.7 per person

Timings: One can visit here between 10 am and 4 pm.

Distance from Wayanad: The distance between the two places is around kilometres.


Jain Temple, Sulthan Battery

One of the most beautiful heritage sightseeing places in Wayanad, Jain Temple is known for its interesting history. It was built in 13th century A.D. and largely came to prominence when this ancient temple was used by Tipu Sultan to store ammunition. 

The ruins of Jain Temple in Sulthan Battery resonate the vital presence and influence of Jain community in the state of Kerala.

Maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India, the Jain Temple boasts of Vijayanagara style of architecture and has preserved beautiful and intricate carvings on its granite pillars. It is revered as one of the holiest places for the Jains and a festival is celebrated during Mahavir Jayanthi. 

This historically important temple in Kerala is a great visit to appreciate the art and culture of this place.

Location: Jain Temple Rd, Sultan Bathery, Kerala

Best Time to visit: September to March is the best time to visit the temple.

Entry fee: None

Timings: The temple is open for visitors during the day.

Distance from Wayanad: It is around 50 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Pookode Lake

If you’re browsing for the most serene Wayanad tourist places, Pookode Lake should incite your curiosity. Surrounded by the evergreen beauty of Western Ghats and verdant forests, Pookode Lake is a gorgeous freshwater lake. 

One of the most interesting features of this lake is that it virtually appears to be in the shape of India’s physical map. Boasting of picturesque excellence and a mesmerising ambience, this freshwater lake is the initiating point of Panamaram stream in Kerala.

Pookode Lake offers many activities like boating and boasts of a freshwater aquarium, a children’s park and a shopping centre where tourists can empty their pockets on excellent spices and handicrafts. 

Another big attraction of Pookode Lake is the widespread presence of wild animals and birds who can be spotted around the lake.

Location: Pookode Lake, Kunnathidavaka, Kerala

Best Time to visit: August to May are the best months to visit here

Entry fee: INR 10/ USD 0.15 for one person

Timings: The opening hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: Pookode Lake is located 27.3 kilometres from the Bus station in Wayanad


Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

Offering an unforgettable experience for wildlife lovers, Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the must-visit places to visit in Wayanad. 

It is famous for harbouring a diverse number of flora and fauna. Taking a wildlife safari is the most thrilling activity that one should undertake at Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary to make their Wayanad vacation memorable.

This natural habitat is a great sightseeing place to spot elephant herds, deer, langurs, panthers, tigers, Indian bison and the rare Slender Loris. Moreover, this wildlife sanctuary offers a wonderful experience for tourists with their tree huts which are open for stay. 

This beautiful attraction allows the tourists to seek some natural solace and take delight in the company of the wonderful wildlife roaming freely in their natural surroundings.

Location: It is located 20 km east of Mananthavady on the Kodagu Road.

Best Time to visit: Winters are the best time to visit Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

Entry fee: The entry fees is INR 115/ USD 1.77 for Indians. For foreigners, the entry fees is INR 300/ USD 4.62

Timings: The timings are 7:00 am to 10:00 am in the mornings. For the evenings, the timings are from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: The distance between the two places is 45 kilometres.


Edakkal Caves

Travel back in time to the Stone Age with a visit to Edakkal Caves that are located on the Ambukuthi Hills. Edakkal literally translates to ‘a stone in between’ and this cave and showcases a natural masterpiece. 

It is associated with many myths and considered as one of the most sacred places to visit in Wayanad. Edakkal caves are not actually considered to be caves in a scientific sense yet remain a great piece of archaeological curiosity for tourists. 

These caves are identified as a Neolithic settlement and present the evidence of a pre-historic society of highly civilised people. These caves draw in a number of history buffs and students of archaeology who wish to explore these mysterious caves.

Height: It is located at a height of 1200 metres above sea level on the Ambukuthi Hills.

Location: Wayanad, Nenmeni, Kerala

Entry Fee: INR 15/USD 0.23 per person

Best Time to visit: The most preferred time to visit Edakkal Caves is during the months of December to May.

Timings: The visiting time to Edakkal caves is from morning 9:30 to evening 4:30.

Distance from Wayanad: It is located 48 kilometres from here.


Lakkidi View Point

Famous for its mesmerising scenery, Lakkidi View Point is known for its nine hairpin caves and offers a resplendent view of the mountains in Wayanad. The whole trip of Lakkidi View Point promises an unforgettable charm of natural beauty that should add to their bucket list of attractions in Wayanad. 

Offering a bird’s eye view of the magnificent surroundings, this place leaves you in search of words to describe the panoramic vista that your eyes behold. It is also a famous picnic spot and often known as the ‘Gateway of Wayanad’. 

Lakkidi is also known for receiving the second highest rainfall in the world and its misty environment makes it an unforgettable tourist place in Wayanad.

Height: It is located at an elevation of 700 metres above sea level.

Location:  Kozhikode-Mysore-Kollegal Highway, Lakkidi, Kerala

Best Time to visit: One should visit Lakkidi View Point at the time of early morning or early evening to get the best views.

Timings: The visiting hours are from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm

Distance from Wayanad: The distance to reach here is approximately 32 kilometres.


Meenmutty Waterfalls

One of the delightful of Wayanad tourist places, Meenmutty Waterfalls is a three-tiered waterfall that will take your breath away. A scenic trek through the lush green forest from the Wayanad-Ooty Road leads up to this picturesque natural wonder. 

There are separate decks which can be accessed in different ways to view the different tiers of this spectacular waterfall. The roaring waters of Meenmutty Falls are situated in the lush forests that makes it a delight for photographers. 

Tourists can exalt in a magnificent view of Banasura Sagar Dam from the peak of the third tier of this waterfall. With thundering visuals of the scenery, Meenmutty Waterfalls is hailed as one of the most thrilling places for adventure lovers in Wayanad.

Location: Kallar Meenmutty Falls Road, Kallar, Kerala

Best Time to visit: The best time to visit here is from October to May.

Entry fee: The entry fees is INR 30/ USD 0.46 per person

Timings: It is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm

Distance from Wayanad: The waterfall is located just 2 kilometres from the bus station.


Neelimala View Point

Promising one of the most enthralling trekking experiences in Wayanad tourist places, Neelimala View Point is a must visit for adventure aficionados. 

It presents some amazing trails that cross the most picturesque landscape of Western Ghats. Tourists are in for a charming surprise as Neelimala View Point offers gushing streams and verdant valleys on the way up to the hill.

This place is a splendid tourist spot where you can appreciate the company of nature with the misty clouds and its pristine ambience. 

This beauty of this popular trekking and camping site is accentuated by the Meenmutti waterfall that brings out the most wonderful view of the place.

Location: Neelimala Viewpoint, Vaduvanchal, Kerala

Best Time to visit: January to May and September to December is the most preferred time to visit here.

Entry fee: The entry fees here is INR 500/ USD 7.7 for a jeep that could carry 6-7 people

Timings: Tourists could visit Neelimala Viewpoint any time between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: It is about 50 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park and Bandipur National Park are like two sides of the same coin. Separated by the border, Bandipur Park lies in Karnataka while the neighbouring, Mudumalai lies in the Kongu Nadu region of Tamil Nadu. The area is rich with rare species that include 50 types of fish, 34 species of reptiles, 266 species of birds, and 55 types of mammals. 

Some of the rare wildlife you’ll find here are vultures, Bengal Tigers, Indian Leopards and golden jackals. The flora includes dense tropical forests, exotic climbers and creepers, bamboo trees, Indian rosewood and much more! If you’re a nature enthusiast, Mudumalai’s sense of serenity and extravagant beauty is sure to leave you spellbound!

Location: NH 67, Gudalur NH 67, Gudalur, Devarshola, Tamil Nadu

Best Time to visit: The most ideal time to visit this park is from February to June.

Entry fee: INR 15/ USD 0.23 per person

Timings: The opening hours for visitors is from 7:00 am to 9:00 am in the morning and from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the evenings.

Distance from Wayanad: The distance between the two places is approximately 90 kilometres.


Attukal Waterfalls

It is one of the four main waterfalls of Munnar and is very popular among adventure seekers, as the dirt mountain path through the forest gives chills on every step towards Attukal Waterfalls. Take your swimwear as the pool at the bottom of the fall has enough water to dip and bath. 

It is highly recommended that you visit Munnar during Monsoon season if waterfalls top the list of ‘places to visit in Munnar.’ Attukal waterfall is located between Munnar and Pallivasal and can be reached by crossing a wooden bridge. 
The waterfalls in Munnar witness hordes of tourist every year and Attukal is one of those famous waterfalls which is mystically beautiful.

2nd Floor, Mermaid Complex, Nadaiyar road, Munnar 685612

Timings: 9 AM to 7:30 PM

One can pay INR 100 per person to a guide who can lead the trek through the narrow mountain path.

Suggested Read: Things to Do in Munnar for a lovely vacation!


Irupu Falls

Escape into the allure of nature and its magnificence with a visit to Irupu Falls. One of the most enchanting places to visit in Wayanad, Irupu Falls is one of the most legendary sightseeing places in Wayanad. 

This spectacular waterfall derives its roots from the legends of Ramayana and also known as Lakshmana Tirtha Falls. This place is known for its serene ambience that showcases the captivating beauty of this glorious cascade from a height of 60 feet. 

Irupu Falls draws in a number of devotees who believe that a dip in its waters cleanses one’s sins and pay respect to the Shiva temple located along the banks of the river.

Location: Irupu Falls, Irupu Falls Rd, Karnataka

Best Time to visit: The months of monsoons are the best time to witness the Irupu Falls at its maximum beauty.

Entry fee: INR 50/ USD 0.77 per person

Timings: The timings at Irupu Falls is from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Distance from Wayanad: It is about 56 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary

Away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, the Idukki Wildlife is located in the Thodupuzha and Udumpanchola taluks of Idukki at an altitude of 450 – 750 ft above the sea level.

The sanctuary, flanked on 3 sides by the tranquil waters of Idukki Lake, is housed amidst picturesque settings of tropical evergreen & semi-evergreen forests, meadows, and deciduous trees.
The Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the places to visit in Idukki, houses hordes of wild elephants.

The other species from the animal kingdom include bison, sambar, deer, wild dogs, jungle cats, Malabar Giant Squirrel, wild boars, and tigers. Reptilians such as Cobra, viper, krait, etc will bewilder the visitor, while avian species Malabar grey hornbill, Purple Sunbird, Golden Oriole, and Black bulbul enchant him.

40 km from Thodupuzha, Idukki.

Timings: All day.

Entry fee:


Pothamedu View Point

Drenched in the mist and greenery, Pothamedu viewpoint is a spot worth trekking to. This viewpoint enables a panoramic vista of the valley and if the day is clear, you can also see Muthirapuzha River and Idukki Arch Dam from quite a height. The view is made of a series of emerald hill slopes where tea, coffee, cardamom, and pepper make a blanket of green all over the hills.

While you are enjoying the mesmerizing view of the valley, take a sip of ginger tea from the only tea shop nearby and you would love spending your evening at Pothamedu. Watching the sun slide down the horizon in the vast expanse of the Sahyadri ranges is one perfect way of spending your vacation in this quaint town. 
Pothamedu is one of the many places to visit in Munnar which have a refreshing environ.

Pothamedu, Munnar.

Timings: 9 AM to 7:30 PM

Entry fee: 

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