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Idukki, Travel to Idukki, Tourist attractions of Kerala, Hills Tours HolidaysIdukki, the beautiful hill station of Kerala derives its name from a Malayalam word 'idukku', which means narrow gorge. Idukki is known as the land of massive mountains, variegated valleys and splendid streams. Located in the southern portion of Kerala, Idukki offers diverse tourist attractions like hill ranges, mountain treks, spice plantations, virgin beauty of nature and wild life sanctuaries.

The Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary is the prime attraction of the hill town of Idukki. It is spread over an area of 70 sq km in the vicinity of the Arched Dam. The Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary is rich in green forest cover and vibrant flora and fauna. Tourist may easily spot animals like the elephant, bison, sambhar, deer etc. you may also find a wide variety of snakes and birds like the jungle foul, laughing thrush etc.

Very near to the hill station of Idukki, is another hill station called Peermade. Peermade was summer resort of the former Tranvancore rulers. Peermade is worthy of visit for its green grasslands, wonderful waterfalls and pleasant plantations of tea, coffee and rubber.

Idukki, Travel to Idukki, Tourist attractions of Kerala, Hills Tours HolidaysThekkady is at a distance of almost 65 km from Idukki. The place is visited for unspoilt beauty of the nature and vast wildlife population. Thekkady is famous for the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary where you can find the artificial lakes, hills and plantations along with the fauna and avifauna. Trekking, elephant rides and boating can be indulged in while at Thekkady.

Idukki derives its name from the Malayali word 'Idukku' that literally means a narrow gorge. True to its name the Idukki hills let the Periyar River flow in between two high hills that add to the enamoring romantic charm of this picture postcard hill station.

Ride an elephant and watch in perfect awe as the elephant tears tree branches with its trunk, see the gurgling waterfalls at Keezar Kuthu, picnic near the Idukki Arch Dam and frolic with nature in the lap of natural vistas.


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