Idukki, the unspoiled natural queen of Kerala is a tourist paradise. Idukki is the most gifted district of Kerala.
With high ranges of altitude varying from 2500 feet above sea level, Idukki is the district where forest and wild life abound. About 1500 Sq.Km. of its area is reserved forest, much of which is home to a variety of flora and fauna. This forest area house wild life like, tigers, deer, Indian bisons and monkeys. Streams, valleys and hills combine to make Idukki an ideal year-round holiday destination.
Interesting Places :
In spite of Adimali's proximity to the more famous Munnar, there is a world of difference between those two places. Unlike Munnar which thrives on Tourism and the Tea plantations, Adimali banks mainly on Pepper growing in the fertile lands of the hills and valleys around the town.
Adimali, Anakkara, Kattappana, Kumily, Munnar, Nedumkandam, Peermade, Thodupuzha and Vandiperiyar are some of the major places of interest.
TOURIST CENTRES :
Anamudi, Cheeyappara,Chinnar, Chithirapuram, Devikulam, Elaveezha Poonchira, Idukki, Kuttikkanam, Malanakara, Mangaladevi, Marayoor, Mattupetty, Munnar, Nadukani Pavilion, Nallathanny, Palkulammedu, Pandikkuzhi, Peermade, Periyakanal, Ramakkalmedu, Thattekkad, Thekkady, Thommankuthu and Vagamon.