The peak is definitely a slice of paradise as you could see white cotton-like clouds floating down below if could stand atop the hills just before sunrise.
Ramakkalmedu, a heavenly hamlet in Kerala's Idukki district with mystical mist, wind-swept rolling green hills and breathtaking views can give a surreal experience to travellers.
The traveller is sure to fall in love with the road that diverges from the usual route and presents him with eyeful of sights and novelties.
The Kochi-Theni road passes through Chathurangapara, which is the last village in Kerala that touches NH-85.
As the name suggests, the rock mountain looks like a giant turtle, from afar.
The fare per person for the package is Rs 700, which includes the expenses for lunch and evening tea.
The wobbly journey from Ramakkalmedu to Amappara is not for the faint-hearted.
The Munnar Tourism Region is gearing up for the Christmas and New Year festivities with low rates and strict adherence to Covid standards.
Nowadays most filmmakers are preferring lesser-known places over popular ones like Wagamon, Thekkady and Munnar.
The long list of Idukki ‘cities’ definitely makes a good read with a touch of hilarity, and the newest entrant on the list is Choodan City.