Devikulam (Hill Station in Kerala)
Situated 16kms south-west of Munnar, is a small hill station Devikulam, which means 'Pond of the Goddess', as it is believed that goddess Sita once, had a bath in the pond near by and hence this place was named after it. This place has a lot of natural beauty and many tourists come here to enjoy its serenity.
This scenic place gets its name from the natural echo phenomenon here. Echo point is n the way to Top Station from Munnar
A picturesque hillock 6 km. from Malankara Dam site, is ideal for trekking, Elaveehja Poonchira 6 Kms upstream is another beautiful picnic spot.
Lock Heart Gap
This is an ideal place for adventure tourism and trekking. The fresh mountain air, the mist clad hills and panoramic view make it worth of a visit.
Munnar (Hill Station in Kerala)
This is a beautiful hill station covered with unending expanse of tea plantations and is 133Kms from Cochin, with an altitude ranging from 1600 to 1800 meters above sea level. Munnar boasts the highest peak in south India 'Anamundi' 2695 meters high. Munnar was the favourite summer resort of European settlers for centuries. The name 'Munnar' means 'Three Rivers' and they are actually three mountain stream, Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, confluence at the heart of the town, meeting all the water requirements of the settlers and visitors.
Peermade (Hill Station in Kerala)
On the way to Thekkady, Peermade is a small hill station. It is a fertile land at an altitude of 914 meters. Formerly the summer palaces of Travancore Rajas this tiny and cool hill station is full of rubber, tea, coffee, pepper and cardamom plantation, interspersed with waterfalls and open grasslands.