Sabarimala, Kerala, India
Temple complex located inside a Tiger reserve. One of the largest annual pilgrimage in the world happens here- with 40 to 50 million devotees visiting it every year.
Attractions near Sabarimala
Stunning view of the Western Ghat Mountains and the valleys below.
Situated at a height of 2,500 ft (760 m) above the sea level, the place is surrounded by deep valleys and hills, accompanied by meadows, grasslands, and cool refreshing climate. Pilgrims from the various regions gather here to witness the Makaravilakku, a holy flame that is believed to a supernatural phenomenon by the devotees, which appears annually on 14 January in the Ponnambalamedu summit
Waterfall that cascades through the boulders and a rocky bed.
An ancient temple in the middle of the forest.
The pine trees on the slopes of the hill create an incredible view. Pine forests are a rare sight in Kerala and this is one of the few you can visit.
Hill station popular for its green valleys and beautiful meadows.
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