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Explore the villages, hill stations and national parks that sit amid the sprawling spice gardens of this laid-back region in eastern Kerala.

Journey through the Idukki District to encounter some of Southern India’s most inspiring natural scenery. Discover a mountainous region decorated with forested valleys, towering peaks, stunning waterfalls and lush spice plantations. Experience the easygoing ambiance of the district’s hill stations. Embark on a jungle safari and spot impressive wildlife, join a spice tour and trek up mountains.

The district’s northern section sits amid the rolling Western Ghats mountain range. Climb to the range’s highest spot, the 8,842-foot-tall (2,695-meter) Anamudi Peak, on a trek starting in Eravikulam National Park. Relax at idyllic hill stations such as Munnar and Devikulam. Enjoy sweeping views of tea and cardamom fields from Pothamedu. Follow trails to Thommankuthu and Palkulamedu waterfalls or ride on an elephant’s back at Carmelagiri Elephant Park.

Visit coffee, tea and spice plantations while hiking in the Cardamom Hills, the southern section of the Western Ghats. Jungle cats, elephants, deer, wild boar and varied birdlife inhabit the Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary. Go boating and fishing on Malankara Reservoir. Find an ashram and a monk’s dairy farm at Vagamon.

Get additional insight into the district’s plantation heritage and spice trade at Peermede and Kuttikkanam. The hills around Peermede shelter communities of Malappandaram, Malayarayan and Oorali people. Breathe in fresh air and appreciate the views from Thrissanku Hills and Peeru Hills.

In the east, Thekaddy is an area of undulating landscapes, plantations and wildlife. The tourist-friendly towns of Kumily and Murukkady are gateways to Thekaddy’s delights. Search for Bengal tigers, langur monkeys, elephants and tropical birds at Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary. Other inspiring countryside, picnic spots and plantations await you in Pandikuzhi, Pullumedu and Ramakalmedu.

The Idukki District sits at the eastern edge of Kerala state on the border of Tamil Nadu. Get here by flying to Cochin International Airport and reach your final destination via public bus or an organized tour. Travel around the district via winding mountain roads and gaze out of the window at the picture-perfect scenery.


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