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Local Attractions

Kodanad Elephant Camp

Kodanad is situated in the south bank of river Periyar. It is 42 kms from Cochin. Kodanad Elephant camp is a rescue shelter for elephants. Kodanad attracts tourists,and the film shooting crews from across the globe. Kodanad offers elephant safari to the visitors at the main park. At the park, you find the old 'Kraal' which are wooden compartments that house elephants.  More...>>



Munnar is a hill town situated in the Western Ghats. The name Munnar is formed from Malayalam/tamil words Munu or three in English and aaru means river. As the name says this town have three rivers which called Muthirapuzha,Nallathanni and Kundaly.Munnar is the largest panchayat in the Idukki district of Kerala. You can visit Munnar throughout the year. But best time to visit is the period from August to May. The weather is extremely cold during winter (November, December, and January).  More...>>


Bhoothathankettu Dam

Bhoothathankettu Dam is situated 10 kms away from Kothamangalam town and also 50 kms away from Cochin in a village called Pindimana. It attracts a large number of tourists every year. Large blocks of stones placed on both sides of the Periyar River to form the dam. The name "Bhoothathan Kettu", means Monster Dam;It was believed to have been built by a Bhootham (monster).Bhootatankettu is situated near the Salim Ali Bird Santuary. 10 km away from the town of Kothamangalam and 50 km away from the main city of Ernakulam.  More...>>


Palamattom Hanging Bridge

The longest suspension bridge or hanging bridge of Kerala is situated at Inchathotty. Inchathotty is a small village which lies on the Banks of Perivar River which is being adjoined by Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary. Hence, this Hanging Bridge is also known as Inchathotty Hanging Bridge. The hanging bridge has an overall length of 181 meters and width of 1.2 meters. Palamattom Hanging bridge is 15 kms away from Kothamangalam town and also 68 kms away from Cochin. More...>>