Place Of Interest

Marayoor (5km)

It is a fenced patch of dense greenery amid hilly terrain which hold the only place in Kerala with natural growth of sandalwoods trees. It is also a famous achaeological site for every travelers on their marayoor holidays. Marayoor has dolmens and caves with murals and relics. These caves are considered holy as sages are said to be meditated here in the past. Hence, the name, 'Muniyaras'. Marayoor is also famous for its renowned 'Marayur Sharkara'. The drive to Kanthalloor from Marayoor along a narrow winding road past sprawling tea plantations and marayoor sandal forest is an enjoyable one. Enquiry

Kundala Dam (14km)

It is a picturesque place situated 14 kms away from Kanthaloor through the forest route of Mannavan shola. Indeed, it regarded as the top most place to visit in marayoor. Here boating facilities are available. This route can also be taken to Munnar which is 20 kms away. Enquiry

Mannavan Chola (3km)

Situated near Kanthalloor, it is the largest shola forest in Kerala. The Evergreen Rain forest is the haven of many rare and common species of animals, birds and plants. This 14 km² of unique ecosystem was notified as a reserved forest through an order of the Government of the erstwhile Travancore State on October 22, 1901. Enquiry

Thoovanam Water Falls (7km)

This beautiful water fall is inside the chinnar sanctuary. It's enchanting surroundings make this an excellent picnic spot and trekking point. It is reachable by a jeep or a trek through the forest. One can even get a chance to sight a few animals during the waterfall trek. The trek starts from the Alampatty forest check post. From here, it takes about an hour to reach the waterfall. Waterfall trek tickets can be purchased at the check post. A guide is a must for this trek. The water flow that creates the cascade is River Pambar. Enquiry

Chinnar Wild life Sanctaury (13 kms)

One of the famous sanctuary in Kerala, it shares boundary with Indira Gandhi wild life sanctuary in Tamilnadu. Most of the travelers didn’t miss this place on their Marayoor holidays as it is labelled as a most explored toursit place in marayoor. Established in 1984, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the protected areas in the whole of the western ghats due to its ecological, floral, geomorphological and cultural significance. It is located in the eastern part of the highranges of southern Western Ghats of Kerala at Devikulam taluk of Idukki district. Covering an area of, the sanctuary is home to a large number of mammals, reptiles and avi fauna. The sanctuary is the second habitat of the giant grizzled squirrel, a Western Ghats endemic. Enquiry

River Pambar

The famous Pambar River originates in the Anaimudi Hills and flows between Kanthalloor and Marayoor Villages. It is one of the three rivers out of 44 rivers in Kerala to be flowing towards east. It becomes the Amaravathi River in Tamil Nadu, reaches the Amaravathi Reservoir and eventually joins the Kaveri River near Karur. Enquiry

Eravikulam National Park (32km)

On the way to Munnar from Marayoor is Eravikulam National Park which is the home for very rare and endangered Nilgiri Thar. Most of the areas of the national park are consistent hill plateau. So, you can see only high rolling slopes here. The highest peak is Anamudi (2690m). The forests you see here are commonly known as ‘shoals’ – evergreen tropical and sub-tropical moist broadleaf forest. You can locate small streams here, which later merge to form tributaries to Periyar and Chalakudy rivers. Lakkom waterfalls are located in this region. Enquiry

Megalithic Park (500m)

Marayur, a small town that’s close to Munnar has fascinated archaeologists and anthropologists and the main reason for their curiosity is Muniyara dolmens from the megalithic Age. These circular short stone structures are made from four stones that are topped with a slab of stone and many of them have been used as burial chambers, these dolmens are amazing to watch which nobody should miss. This fascinations makes this structure as an attention demanding place on Maryoor holidays for tourists. Enquiry

Mattupetty dam(50km)

One of the main place to visit in Marayoor, in specific in Mattupetty is the beautiful lake and the Mattupetty dam which are very delightful to visit. The District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC), Idukki provides boating facilities in the Mattupetty Dam and the speed launch, slow speedboat and motorboats are all available on hire. Enquiry

Kanthalloor fruit garden(13km)

Kanthalloor near Marayoor, Idukki district, Kerala, is a land of fresh fruits and vegetables. At 5000 ft above sea level, Kanthalloor provides the ideal conditions for the natural farming of fruits like apples,guava, gooseberry, orange, eggfruits, peach, passion fruit . Vegetables and spices like cauliflower, cabbage, carrot, beans, potato, and garlic grow here aplenty.

Its very pleasing to see varieties of colourful fresh fruits and vegetables. Enquiry

Kanthalloor view point(7km)

This viewpoint is a very adventorous place to visit and one can visit this place with a group of friends or family.From the top of this viewpoint one gets the lifetime opportunity of viewing the beautiful scenery which Kanthalloor has to offer. Enquiry

Anakkotta rock park(5km)

This rock park is very famous as rocks have been beautifully carved out to make structures. The beautiful sights of Anchunad can be seen from this rock.Enquiry

Sandal forest(2km)

Marayur is the only place in Kerala that has natural sandalwood forests, the nice smell of sandalwood makes the tourists happy when they visit this place. Enquiry

Marayoor Jaggery processing unit(1km)

Marayoor beside from its natural sandal forests and immnunerable locations of scenic beauty, is known for its extensive sugarcane cultivation, the major crop of Marayoor and Kanthalloor. Enquiry

Luckom water falls(16km)

This place is known for its pristine beauty and crystal clear waterfall. Enquiry

Neelakurinji - Munnar

Neelakurinji is a plant that is found in the shola forests of the Western Ghats in South India. Nilgiri Hills, has also got the name of the blue mountains, due to the purplish blue flowers of Neelakurinji which is unique as it blossoms only once in 12 years, this rare opportunity nobody should miss. Enquiry


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Megalathic Park Near, Kanthalloor Road
Sahayagiri P.O, Marayoor, Idukki dist, Kerala - 685620.

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