20 Attractions to Explore Near Sabarimala
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14.04km from Sabarimala
Parunthumpara is a viewpoint offering a birdseye view of endless stretches of green forests and low-lying areas. It is called Parunthumpara (eagle rock) because of its large rocky area with projection combined to look like an eagle facing the vast lands of the Western Ghat Mountains. The rock projection is called Tagore Rock as it appears to have the shape of Rabindranath Tagore, the famous Bengali polymath.
16.12km from Sabarimala
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
Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls And Dam
22.73km from Sabarimala
Waterfall that cascades through the boulders and a rocky bed.
Vagamon Pine Forest
29.92km from Sabarimala
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.
Ayyapancoil Hanging Bridge
32.09km from Sabarimala
The longest hanging bridge in Idukki district built across Periyar river connecting two panchayaths. This place is famous for its picturesque scenery
Konni Elephant Reserve
34.29km from Sabarimala
Witness tamed elephants, their daily life and the ways of training them at Konni Elephant Training Centre.
37.73km from Sabarimala
A 5.5-kilometer tunnel carved through a single continuous granite to move water from Irattayar Dam to Idukki Reservoir.
40.2km from Sabarimala
Waterfall set amidst the thick forest and surrounded by boulders with a deep pool at it's bottom.
Calvari Mount View Point
43.37km from Sabarimala
Soak in the views of Idukki Reservoir, the Western Ghat Mountains, and tribal villages.
45.92km from Sabarimala
Illikkal Kallu (Illikkal Rock) is a large rock located 900 meters above the sea level on Illikkal Mala (Illikkal Mountain) in the Western Ghats. The rock is peculiar for its view, with half of it fallen down years ago and the remaining half still standing tall intimidating and fascinating its visitors. The beauty of the landscape is comparable to that of the popular Pillar Rocks at Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu.
Ramakkalmedu view point
46.33km from Sabarimala
Hillstation and a Hamlet. Noted for its panoramic beauty and numerous windmills and a historical site with a monument of Kuravan and Kurathi
47.18km from Sabarimala
One of the highest arch dams in Asia.This double curvature arch dam is constructed between two hills locally known as Kuravan and Kurathy.
47.7km from Sabarimala
Third highest concrete gravity dam in India which is 138 metre tall and is constructed as a part of Idukki hydroelectric project along with the two other dams at Idukki and Kulamavu. One of the main Picnic spot and viewpoint in Idukki
48.45km from Sabarimala
The Suruli Falls is also known as Cloudland Falls and Megamalai Falls. It falls from a height of around 150 ft. The ideal time to visit this place is between the months of June and October
48.49km from Sabarimala
A short hike, a flight of steps, and then swim under the well-hidden Kattikkayam waterfall.
49.31km from Sabarimala
Hike through the cascading waterfall set in the backdrop of rubber plantations and banana farms.
51.61km from Sabarimala
Ilaveezhapoonchira, sandwiched in the border of Kottayam and Idukki Districts of Kerala State in Southern India is a hill station surrounded by three hillocks - Mankunnu, Kudayathoor Vindhyan and Thonippara. This mesmerising hill station offers panoramic views spreading five districts of the state- Kottayam, Idukki, Ernakulam, Alappuzha, Pathanamthitta, and Thrissur.
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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.