Deriving its name from legends, Devikulam is a small hill station situated a little ahead of Munnar. According to popular beliefs, Goddess Sita of Ramayana took bath in the waters of the lake in Devikulam which is now known as the Sita Devi Lake. The water of the lake is now regarded as sacred and pure. Along with its sacredness, the lake is also known for its medicinal properties. The gorgeous green slopes, rare fauna and flora and soothing cool breeze of Devikulam offer a perfect getaway to those seeking escape from the chaotic city life.


One of the main attractions to visit in Devikulam is the Mattupetty Lake. Surrounded by lush green forests and hillocks, there are speedboats available at the lake. The Mattupetty Lake offers a serene picturesque view that shouldn’t be missed at any cost.

Another major attraction in Devikulam is the Eravikulam National Park, which was initially a sanctuary. Malabar civet, Sambar Deer and Langurs are some of the animals spotted in the Park among others. The unique bird species found in the park are also magnificent.  Right in the middle of Mother Nature’s playground, the park is a respite from concrete jungles and brings you closer to the greenery around.

One of the popular attractions here is the Keezharkuthu Falls, also known as the rainbow falls. One of the best places to visit in Devikulam, the surrounding greenery of the falls is known to be the home of various medicinal and therapeutic plants. The area also offers facilities for adventure sports like rock climbing and mountaineering.
Another beautiful fall here is the Thoovanam Fall located inside the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. Although the sanctuary isn’t open to tourists all year round, the falls can be visited anytime of the year. The waterfalls can be reached via a trekking trek that provides an opportunity to witness wildlife at its natural best.

Nature lover can experience heaven on earth with wild flowers and rare herbs growing in the bounty of Devikulam Hills. Pallivasal Waterfalls makes for an excellent spot for picnic. Its scenic beauty of nature with spectacular sights, offer a perfect weekend getaway.  Surrounded by several tea plantations, the charm of the hill station is doubled. The gum trees in red and blue are the other major highlights of the natural vegetation at Devikulam.

Best time to Visit
One can visit Devikulam and enjoy the beautiful and cool mountain air throughout the year.

How to reach
By Flight - Cochin International Airport is the nearest Airport and is well connected to major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Chennai.
By Road – The most economical way to reach Devikulam is by opting for bus services running from Kochi and Kottayam to Devikulam. Self driving is also a suitable option.
By Train – The nearest railway station Devikulam is Kochi and Kottayam.


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