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  Ever Green Kerala Cheeyappara Waterfall
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Hill Stations Ever Green Kerala The Cheeyappara Waterfall is on the Kochi - Madurai Highway; situated in between townships Neriamangalam and Adimali. This water fall resides in Idukki district, Kerala. Cheeyappara Waterfall cascades down in multiple steps on the road side is a real feast for your eyes. This is also a great place for trekking.
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Deviyar river, a small river originating from Western Ghats and passing through Adimali Grama Panchayath cascades down in multiple steps at Valara, a small village township located in between Neriyamangalam and Adimali of Kochi-Madurai National High Way. Valara Waterfall is considered as one of the major waterfalls in Kerala state. Valara has chain of waterfalls surrounded by protected green forests. Cheeyappara Waterfall is very near. Ever Green Kerala Hill Stations
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  Ever Green Kerala Eravikulam National Park
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Eravikulam National Park is a 97 km² national park located along the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala in India. Twenty six species of mammals including the largest surviving population of Nilgiri Tahr, more than 132 species of birds, 19 species of amphibians and more than 100 odd butterflies have been recorded in the park. Eravikulam National Park is considered as the first national park in kerala.

Eravikulam National Park is situated approximately 148 KMs away from Kochi International Air Port and 120 Kms from Alwaye Rail Way Station which is he nearest railway station in Kerala. Munnar is the nearest town (13 km).

Entry time to the park is in between 8:30 am to 4:30pm and controlled with passes. Advance reservation facility is also available with an addition of a nominal amount.

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Anamudi Peak
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Located inside the Eravikulam National Park is the Anamudi Peak is considered as the highest peak in south India standing at a height of 2695m. Entry to this area is restricted but the view of the peak can be enjoyed from a distance at Rajamala. Ever Green Kerala Hill Stations
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Rajamala is the tourism zone of Eravikulam National Park. This is a place where th revellers can see Nilgiri Tahr at close quarter. Visitors can get an assured sight of Nilgiri Tahr, feel the kurinji flowers in its blooming. Entry for private vehicles are limited and up to 5th mile. Safari buses available here for pickup and drop. Restaurants, eco shops and an amenity centre etc. are here for refreshment and purchases.

Entry time is restricted to 8 am – 4.30 pm and regulated with with passes. Advance reservation facility is also available.

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Lakkom Water Falls
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Among the 44 rivers in Kerala, three rivers flows eastwards. They are Pambar, Kabani and Bhavani. The origin of Pambar River is in Anaimudi Hills and it flows between Kanthalloor and Marayur Villages. Pambar river joins with Chinnar and crosses the interstate boundary and becomes the Amaravathi River in Tamil Nadu and reaches the Amaravathi Reservoir. Eventually it joins to the Kaveri River near Karur.

Very near to Marayoor in river Pambar lies Lakkom waterfalls. This location is considered as an excellent place to visit and spend time with your family. Lakkom waterfalls is a natural fall which cascades down the hill side, lending an enchanting view. This waterfall is on the road side from Munnar to Marayoor. There is an eco shop, cafeteria and refreshing centre to provide services to visitors.

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The 90 Sq. Km Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the rain shadow region of High Ranges of Western Ghats of Kerala State, India and represents a large number of plants and animals unique to the thorny vegetation.

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, is located 18 km north of Marayoor - Udumalpett road on SH 17 in the Marayoor and Kanthalloor Panchayats of Devikulam Taluk in the Idukki district. It is one of the famous places for wildlife tourism in South India.

Marayur is considered as the gateway to Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary and shares its western boundary with Eravikulam National Park and is contiguous with Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary in Coimbatore district to the East.

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Deep within the Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary lies the spectacular Thoovanam water falls. The river Pambar flows eastwards through the sanctuary and forms the waterfalls. The enormous waterfall on the Chinnar River, with its breathtaking silvery cascade is a major tourist attraction.

As a part of wildlife tourism, the Wildlife Department allows tourists to visit the falls. Guided trekking from Karimutti Forest Station can be arranged to Thoovanam waterfalls. Trekking through the pristine scrub forest offers advantage of watching wild animals and rare flora from the path when venture deep into the forest. Many endemic and rare species enrich this dry and deciduous forest.

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  Ever Green Kerala Mattupetty Dam & Indo-Swiss Livestock Project
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Mattupetty located 13 km from Munnar is situated at a height of 1700 msl, and is a delight for nature lovers. Main attractions in this location are Mattupetty Dam and the Indo-Swiss Livestock Project. Boating facilities in Mattupetty Dam is arranged by District Tourism Promotion Council.

Constructed in 1953, Mattupetty Dam, is a Concrete Gravity dam built in the mountains of Kerala to conserve water for hydroelectric projects.

Main attractions at Mattupetty other than the dam is Indo-Swiss Livestock Project, cattle development research centre and dairy farm. The dairy farm is a unique one of its kind with several varieties of high-yielding cattle being reared. The project consists of a project site, cattle centre and research centre. Entry to the project is subject to prior permission from the authorities in between 9 am to 11.00 pm in morning and 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm in afternoon. Visitors are permitted to visit three cattle sheds among the twelve sheds of the project.

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Kundala - Munnar
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Kundala; a charming village town lies about 20 kms away from Munnar is a nice scenic place on the way to Top Station. Kundala Dam is an artificial arch reservoir located at Kundala with a narrow road on the top. You can enjoy the panoramic view of the catchment area with a smooth ride through the dam top. Aruvikkad Waterfall and Kundala Lake are neighbouring picnic spots.

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Top Station was a transshipment point for delivery of tea from Munnar to Bodinayakkanur. Top Station derived its name from its being the upper terminus of the Kottagudi Aerial Ropeway. It was also the location of the terminal railway station on the Kundala Valley Railway, built in 1902 between Munnar, Kundalai and this low point in the crest of the hills above steep cliffs. A monorail goods carriage system was initially installed along this cart route. In 1908 the monorail was replaced by a 24 inch gauge railway. Kundalai is 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) west from Top Station on the way from Munnar station. Some remains of Kundala Valley Railway can be seen at the Munnar Tea Museum.

Tea chests arriving at Top Station from the Kundalai Valley were transported by a ropeway from Top Station 5 km down hill to the south to Kottagudi, Tamil Nadu. The tea was then shipped 15 km by cart to Bodinayakkanur, then by rail to other places in India and ship to England. Remains of the ropeway station at Top Station are still visible. Elevation at top of Bodi ropeway was 1,911 meters (6,270 ft). This area is popular for the rare Neelakurinji flowers.

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Chinnakanal
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Chinnakanal is a small village in Idukki district in the Indian state of Kerala. The main waterfall here is popularly known as Power House Waterfalls. This waterfall is on the road side from Munnar to Thekkady on Kochi-Madurai National High Way.

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A lush green carpet of tea plants, Anayirankal is an ideal picnic spot for the travellers from around the world. The Anayirankal Dam is surrounded by the Tata Tea Plantation and evergreen forests. Anayirankal is located 22 km from Munnar, the popular hill station of Kerala on Kochi-Madurai National High Way.

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Beautiful land of Spices Situated at the peak of Western Ghats, this place offers a perfect view of the plains of Tamil Nadu from the top of the hill. Terrain is full of rocks, hill slopes are dangerous to walk. Care must be taken while exploring the forest area.

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A stream falls from Chellarkovil into the plains of Tamil Nadu from a height of about 1,200 feet (370 m), giving the place a picture perfect view.

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Ramakalmedu stands tall in the Western Ghats at a height of 3500 feet above sea level in Iduki district of Kerala State.

Rama – kal – medu literally means “Land of Rama’s Stone” or “Land where rama kept his leg” (Rama the Hindu God and the epic Ramayana), as per many interpretations available. One story says that Lord Rama kept his feet at the tip of Ramakkalmedu to search Ravana the King of Lanka who abducted his wife Sita.

Constant wind is the main factor which makes Ramakkalmedu unique. Wind blows at a speed around 35 km per hour at Ramakkalmedu throughout the year irrespective of the season and time. Ramakkalmedu is the second place in Kerala where a wind energy farm is installed.

The Ramakkalmedu hilltop offers a panoramic view of Tamil Nadu towns of Cumbum, Theni, Kombe, Thevaram, Uthamapalayam, Bodinaykannor and Vaiga. The sight is more beautiful during twilight when these townships are lighted.

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