Idukki called "The Spice Garden of India" is the second largest district of Kerala. It is a sparsely populated area and most of the place is covered with dense forests. The Idukki Arch Dam in this city is considered as the second largest arch dam in the world. Famous places to visit are Sri Krishna Temple, Valra Falls, Annamalai Temple, Mattupetty Dam and more. Eravikulam National Park, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Anamudi, Pothamedu view point is an ideal place for nature walks and tracks.
The TeaMuseumand The Blossom International Park are perfect for children to enjoy. Other tourist places around this district are Munnar, Kalyanathandu, Chithirapuram, Devikulam etc. The weather is pleasant throughout the year to visit this place. It is a high-altitude district ofKeralaand is surrounded by three rivers Thudupuzhayar, Periyar and Thalayar among the mountain ranges of the Western Ghats. Come on an Idukki tour and you will have a memorable experience in this picturesque land of green valleys, stuttering rivers, waterfalls.
Food and hotel
If you go to any destination then it is necessary to find food and food. The restaurant offers both non-veg and non-veg food, and good food can be found not only in restaurants but also in many more cheap many Thatukdas" or small tea shops. You will never forget the taste on someSouth Indiandishes.
There are some popular and good restaurants
Sun mount view
Mahaveer Vegetarian Restaurant
Why Go To Idukki
Dense forests, tea museums and the Blossom International Park, green valleys, murmurs, waterfalls, picturesque land |
Best time to visit Idukki
The weather is considered to be a good season to visit this place throughout the year|
Tourist Sightseeing in Idukki
Shri Krishna Mandir
Ervikulam National Park
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
Pothamedu View Point etc. Other tourist places around this district are Munnar