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Attractions to explore nearby Mangala Devi Temple

Mangala Devi TempleIdukki, Kerala 685509, India

An ancient temple in the middle of the forest.

Nearby Attractions

Megamalai20.39 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

One of the very attractive and exquisite places resplendent with amazing natural beauty in the state of Tamil Nadu, Meghamalai is located in the Western Ghats of Theni district and is also known as High Wavy Mountains. It lies.......

Parunthumpara21.73 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Stunning view of the Western Ghat Mountains and the valleys below.

Sabarimala23.97 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

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.

Ramakkalmedu view point24.54 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Hillstation and a Hamlet. Noted for its panoramic beauty and numerous windmills and a historical site with a monument of Kuravan and Kurathi

Ayyapancoil Hanging Bridge24.56 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

The longest hanging bridge in Idukki district built across Periyar river connecting two panchayaths. This place is famous for its picturesque scenery

Anchuruli Tunnel25.17 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

A 5.5-kilometer tunnel carved through a single continuous granite to move water from Irattayar Dam to Idukki Reservoir.

Chinna Suruli25.27 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

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

Panchalimedu28.34 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

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

Vagamon Pine Forest32.79 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

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.

Calvari Mount View Point33.03 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Soak in the views of Idukki Reservoir, the Western Ghat Mountains, and tribal villages.

Vagamon33.85 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Hill station popular for its green valleys and beautiful meadows.

Idukki Dam38.36 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

One of the highest arch dams in Asia.This double curvature arch dam is constructed between two hills locally known as Kuravan and Kurathy.

Cheruthoni Dam39.26 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

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

Marmala Waterfalls42.81 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Waterfall set amidst the thick forest and surrounded by boulders with a deep pool at it's bottom.

Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls And Dam43.15 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Waterfall that cascades through the boulders and a rocky bed.

Palkulam Medu46.73 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Pristine green hills, verdant valleys and a small infinity pool on top overlooking the valleys and mountains of the Western Ghats.

Illikkal Kallu47.35 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

A half fallen dreadful rock, the mist clad mountains, and a dangerous bridge to hell.

Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary47.74 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

This was established in 1988 to protect the vulnerable giant grizzled squirrel. It is bordered by the Periyar Tiger Reserve.

Kattikkayam Waterfalls49.39 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

A short hike, a flight of steps, and then swim under the well-hidden Kattikkayam waterfall.

Chokramudi Peak49.53 KMs away from Mangala Devi Temple

Three hours of a hard hike through tricky rock faces, breathtaking views, windy narrow paths. A viewpoint for an incredible sunrise.