Idukki is the spice garden of Kerala and a popular tourist destination for visitors. High ranges and wooded valleys of Idukki offers diverse attractions like wildlife sanctuaries, hill stations, spice plantation tours, jungle walks and safaris, mountain treks, elephant rides, etc. Idukki is home to a large population of tribals, the main tribes being Muthuvan, Malayarayan, Mannan, Paliyan, Urali, Ulladan, Malavedan, and Malampandaram.
Hill View Park

Hill View Park is a lush green park with a wide variety of flowering plants, pedal boating, and views of the Idukki Dam.

Gavi is one of the major eco-tourism centers in Kerala, Gavi covered with tea plantations. Get thrilled with the sights of hills and valleys, tropical forests, grasslands, spectacular waterfalls, cardamom plantations, etc. Gavi is a part of the Periyar Tiger Reserve.
Idukki Arch Dam

The Idukki Dam is a double curvature arch dam constructed across the Periyar River in a narrow gorge between two granite hills locally known as Kuravan and Kurathi in Kerala, India. At 167.68 meters as it is one of the highest arch dams in Asia.
Kulamavu Dam

Kulamavu Dam is a gravity/masonry dam on the Periyar river. It is one of the three dams associated with the Idukki hydroelectric power project in the Indian state of Kerala.
Thommankuthu Falls

It is a popular tourist spot in the state and one of the major centers of eco-tourism in Kerala. It situated in the southern part of the Western Ghats mountain range.

Perched atop Nadukani, the mountains and the rivers seem like ancient beings, lying in deep slumber with a host of greenery on all sides as spectators. The bird’s eye view from this hill station in Kottayam is sought out annually by people numbering into the thousands. 

Anakkara is a geographic area of around 50 square kilometers that spans across Vandanmettu, Chakkupallam Village Panchayats in the Udumbanchola Thaluk of Idukki District. 
Keezharkuthu Falls

Keezharkuthu waterfall, also called Rainbow falls, lies in the heart of the forest. A trek of 10 kilometers takes one to this pristine beauty.
Mangla Devi Temple

The ancient temple of Mangala Devi is hidden in the dense woods at the top of a peak 1337 m above sea level. The temple is built in the traditional Kerala style of architecture. Visitors are allowed here only on the Chithra Pournami festival day held during the month of April to May.
Best Time To Visit Idukki

The best time to visit Idukki is from October to February. Idukki welcomes the summer season in March. While the days are sunny, the evenings are pleasant during this season. It is a good time to visit the place and explore its attractions like Keezharkuthu Falls, Ramakkalmedu, Hill View Park, and Cheruthoni Dam. Idukki receives heavy rainfall during the season. Tourists avoid visiting the place during this season as it is not the time for activities such as trekking. The long winters arrive in Idukki in the month of October. The weather remains cool and pleasant during the season. It is the perfect time to visit the place and explore its different attractions. Some famous tourist attractions of the place are Idukki Arch Dam, Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, Kulamavu and Nedumkandam Hill.

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