Devikulam Attractions

Devikulam one of most beautiful hill station in Kerala worth visiting located 16 km from south-west of Munnar at height of 1800 m above sea level. Devikulam quite famous for its spice plantations and an unusual collection of flora that create natural vistas that is very appealing to your aesthetic sense while you are on hill station tours to Devikulam in Kerala. There is one small lake ensconced in the midst of the Devikulam hills. The Sita Devi Lake with its mineral waters and surroundings, offers an ideal picnic spot and a popular tourist hangout. Main travel attractions of Devikulam:

Devikulam Hill Station: Devikulam hill station is one of the most important places to visit in your Munnar trip, is small and beautiful hill station of Kerala. The hill station is famous for its unique flora and fauna more... Sita Devi Lake: At heart of Devikulam hill station there is one small lake with crystal clear water is a favorite stop for eco lovers. The most distinctive feature of the lake is its mineral springs that are considered good for health. The beautiful lake provides fine opportunity of angling, and its nearby idyllic locations are worth enjoying the nature walk.

Marayur: Marayur famous for its sandal forest is indeed the most fascinating place for nature enthusiast persons. No wonder if the pervading scent of sandal trees make you fall in love with your beloved again and again. Close to the forest are ancient ‘Sanyasi Caves’, a popular tourist destination.

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary: From Munnar- Uthummal Petah route; 94 sq km area the Chinar wild life sanctuary situated. Elephants, buffalo, tiger, leopard can be seen at this sanctuary.

Kumily: Kumily is the junction town straddling the Kerala Tamil Nadu border just north of park boundary. It’s a busy place full of spice shops, located about 4 km from Thekkady. The boat trips in the lake are the standard way of seeing the Sanctuary. Jungle walks can also be interesting.

Eco Attractions: Lying in Idukki, Devikulam has inherited the natural assets from Idukki in heaps. The generosity of mother nature flows rapidly on Devikulam. That is why this small and beautiful hill station makes visitors avail and indulge into plenty of Eco excursion.

Rajamala: It is the part of the National Park, 14 km from Munnar where Tahir Goats can be seen.