Idukki, lying on the western ghats of Kerala is one of the prettiest districts of Kerala, is home to a huge number of popualr tourist places.The Idukki dam is constructed across the Periyar River, situated in a valley between the Kuravan and Kurathi hills. The awe-inspiring, stands at 167.68 meters (550 ft), is also one of the highest arch dams in Asia.

The sheer magnitude of the structure along with the mountains, lush green vegetation, and 60 sq. km placid lake, which is created by the 3 dams, Idukki dam, Cheruthoni and Kulamavu, spellbound the tourists who visit this place.

The bucket list of Trekkers trekking in keralawont be completed until they tek on Peeru Hills. This hidden gem is famous for its panoramic view, rustic trails and biodiversity of endemic species .the hills have been Named after Peer Mohammed, the Sufi saint, who spent his last days here.soak in the relaxed vibe and cool temperature as you also witness a plethora of beautiful sites nearby.

Pothameduacts as the ideal location to avail an enchanting glimpse of the sprawling hills of Munnar. It is Located 6 km from Munnar in Idukki district and it offers a beautiful panoramic view of Munnar’s coffee, tea and cardamom plantations.

Wildlife fanatics can see the Idukki Wildlife sanctuary, located in the Thodupuzha and Udumpanchola tehsils of Idukki at an altitude of 450 – 750 ft above the sea level.

It is flanked on 3 sides by the tranquil waters of Idukki Lake, is housed amidst picturesque settings of lush green tropical evergreen trees and houses hordes of wild elephants.

Let your eyes rejoice the majestic sight of the Keezharkuthu falls also referred to as rainbow falls. The gushing waters from a height of 1500 meters amidst the hills enclosed in lush greenery, adorns the skies with rainbows.

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