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Tourist Attractions in Idukki

Tourist Attractions in Idukki
The various tourist attractions in Idukki are Idukki Arch Dam, Idukki Wildlife sanctuary, Nadukani, Thumpachi Calveri Samuchyam and Kalliyanathandu.

Idukki Arch Dam
Idukki Arch Dam is the world's second and Asia's first arch dam, constructed across the Kuravan and Kurathi hills. This dam is about 550 feet high and 650 feet wide, and lies close to the Cheruthoni barrage. The Kulamavu Dam lies to its west and Idukki wildlife sanctuary is located close by.

Idukki Arch Dam, Idukki
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
Idukki Wildlife sanctuary extends over the Thodupuzha and Udumpanchola taluks of Idukki district. This sanctuary spreads over an area of 77 square km and is located about 450 - 748 m above sea level. The Idukki reservoir is formed by three dams - Cheruthoni, Idukki and Kulamavo, and extends to 33 square km. Various animals like elephant, bison, sambar deer, wild dog, jungle cat, tiger, wild boar, snakes like cobra, viper, krait and a number of non poisonous snakes and birds like Jungle fowl, myna, laughing thrush, black bulbul, peafowl, woodpecker, kingfisher, etc can be seen in this sanctuary.

Calveri Mount, Idukki

Nadukani is an ideal place for one day picnickers. It offers a panoramic view of a large area than one can experience from any high mountain peak. A two-storeyed pavilion makes an ideal place for enjoying the landscape and beauty of nature.

Thumpachi Calveri Samuchyam

Thumpachi Calveri Samuchyam is a picnic spot also ideal for meditation, relaxation and watching sunset.


Kalliyanathandu, about 10 km from Idukki is a splendid tourist spot. It offers the aerial view of the Idukki reservoir, panoramic view of the peaks and forests. It is also an ideal place for mountain climbers and trekkers.

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