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Best Trekking Activities In Idukki

 
  • 2 Best trekking Options to choose from idukki. Compare and book online now! Do something new today
  • 01Chinnar Overnight camps

    Chinnar Overnight camps

    Situated in Idukki, Chinnar Valley is the only rain shadow of the Western Ghats of Kerala. The river originates in Anaimudi hills, and it flows east. The valley was at first a small village as old as 9000 BC. The remnants of this place are found in form of megalithic burials, Cave temples etc. Today more than half of this place is a part of wildlife sanctuary. It is a tourist attraction and houses several rare flora and fauna. Tourists involve in Trekking activities here.

    The Trekking route passes through the 80 sq km Chinnar valley, full of cactus groves and thick deep shrubs bordering the entire place. The disdainful hills of the Western Ghats guard the valley as boundary walls.

    You can spot a rich varied fauna here. Be prepared to spot wild gaurs, sambar, spotted deer, wild dogs, civets, elephants, slender loris and many other mammals and reptiles. Also stop by at waterfalls and rivers during the day to enjoy the nature at its best.

  • 02Trekking in Ramakkalmedu, Idukki

    Trekking in Ramakkalmedu, Idukki
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    About the Destination:

    Kerala, popularly called as the 'God's Own Country' is the abode of many natural wonders. Amongst all these wonders, Ramakkalmedu is one of the most scenic hill stations. Located in the Idukki district in Kerala, this pictorial hill station is only 15km away from Nendumkandom and can be easily reached following the Munnar-Thekkady route.

    Reaching an astounding height of 3,500ft above the sea level, the Ramakkalmedu trek offers panoramic views of several hamlets of Tamil Nadu. Acclaimed as one of the most exciting trekking destinations in Kerala, the hill is also perched with historical statues of Kuravar and Kurathi. According to the legends, when Lord Rama was searching for Ravana, he stepped onto the Ramakkalmedu peak and thus it got its name!

    About the Activity with Details:

    Indulge into the Ramakkalmedu trek and retrace history along with the glorious tales of Ramayana. Originating from the base of this enthralling hill, the trek will take you to its peak from where you can enjoy fascinating views of the valleys and meadows underneath. Though the trek is comparatively a shorter one, it is an amazing way to get introduced with the immaculate beauty of Ramakkalmedu and the untouched natural beauty around it!