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Idukki

Adventure freaks can kill their wild spirit trekking to the hills of Idukki, a district in the kaleidoscopic state Kerala with hidden treasures of nature. This hill station in Kerala is a major tourist haunt that thrills an outsider with its treasures like agriculture, mushroom cultivation, dairy farming, hills, etc. The virgin landscapes of Idukki are sure to breathtaking vistas to the tourists who want to spend a few days shedding their daily monotonous duties. Other exotic attractions of Kerala hill station tour to Idukki are the distinct cultural life of the tribal communities, cascading waterfalls, and the temples. One can plan a trip to this wonderful land of nature with Indian Memoirz. It will be a unique trip to the God’s own Country. Idukki hill station in kerala houses the Anamudi peak, the highest one in Kerala; it is also known as the spice capital of Kerala. Idukki tour is sure to be fun to the nature lovers; even it is now considered as most sought after hill station Kerala tour.  Flanked by two rivers-Pampa and Manimala, Idukki is the main power generating house for Kerala.

Idukki

The bloom of mysterious Neelakurinji which blooms once in twelve years is another attraction for the tourist.  One can plan a visit to Idukki observing the calendar to have a view of this mysterious flower. 

Seasonal timings :

Be wise while planning an Idukki hill station travel. Idukki is a hillside location; the summer in Idukki is moderate. It was once the summer resort of the British. One can plan his tour to Idukki during the time period of September to May as it is considered as the best time.

How to Reach :

By Air
Kochi International Airport is located at a distance of 132 km away from Idukki.

By Road
Thodupuzha, a town of Idukki has state bus service to all major cities of Kerala. One can reach driving through theKochi-Madura N H 49.

By Rail
In Idukki there is no railway station; one has to get down at Kottayam, which is 133 kilometers from Idukki.

An adventurous hill station tour to God’s Own Country with Indian Memoirz.