Idukki Arch Dam
The Idukki Dam, located in Kerala, India, is a 168.91 m (554 ft) tall arch dam. The dam stands between the two mountains – Kuravanmala (839)m and Kurathimala (925) m. It was constructed and is owned by the Kerala State Electricity Board. It supports a 780 MW hydroelectric power station in Moolamattom.
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
The Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, situated around 58 km from Thodupuzha in Idukki district, is an ideal place to spot elephant herds and other animals.
Hills View Park
Hill View Park is a natural garden located in the vicinity of the Idukki Arch Dam and Cheruthoni Dam. It is spread over an area of 8 acres of land and offers views of the surrounding Cheruthoni region and the entire Idukki region. The park is at a height of around 350 ft above dam water level and has a natural water body where pedal boating can be done.
Nadukani is an appealing hill station and one of the top tourist destinations in the god’s own country. The view of enchanting blue mountains, towns and lakes remains in memory for a long time.
Thumpachi Calveri Samuchayam
Thumpachi Calveri Samuchayam is amongst the most popular picnic spots located within Idukki. Besides being an ideal site for meditation and relaxation, the site offers beautiful views of sunrise and sunset.
Kulamavu Dam, which is one of the three dams of Idukki Reservoir Project, is the main attraction of the Kulamavu.
Painavu is a town in Idukki district of Kerala, India.
The Cheruthoni Dam, located in Idukki District, Kerala, India, is a 138m tall concrete gravity dam. This dam was constructed as part of the Idukki Hydroelectric Project along with two other dams at Idukki and Kulamavu.
Kalyanathandu, a small village situated 1 km away from Calverymount, on the Kattappana-Cheruthoni route, is verdant natural beauty in its full bloom.
The Malankara Reservoir is situated at a distance of around 6 km from Thodupuzha. This artificial lake is considered ideal for boating and fishing. The site is backed by a tail-gate of the Moolamattom Power House, constructed for managing the water of the Malankara Dam and the Malankara Reservoir.
Thommankuthu is a very scenic waterfall near Thodupuzha, in the southern state of Kerala, India and is named after the great hunter, Mr. Thommachen Kuruvinakunnel, who let the world know of this beautiful waterfall in the jungle in the late 1920s.
The Keezharkuthu Falls is at a height of about 1500 m and is located amidst thick and lush green forests. Various kinds of medicinal plants are grown here and are used for preparing ayurvedic medicines. This site is considered ideal for mountaineering, rock climbing and camp tracking.
Palkulamedu is located at a distance of around 12 km from Idukki and is popular for providing beautiful views of Kochi, Alappuzha and other nearby towns. It is situated at an elevation of around 3125 m above sea level and is entirely covered with thick and dense forests.