Though it is said that children of Kottayamites migrate to other countries for studies, there are also many people from other regions who settle in this beautiful city for business, studies and work.
Ilaveezhapoonchira is 3,200ft above sea level and one could get a bird’s eye view of five districts from the top.
The unique rock formation is a marvel of nature and the sight of Illickal Kallu blanketed by mist is a treat for the eyes.
Muthukoramala in Kerala's Kottayam district is a stunning creation of nature, its beauty can create stiff competition for Meeshapulimala.
Take a trip to Suryakaladi Mana which has a lot to see and a lot of stories to tell. Learn more about this soil that is intertwined with beliefs.
With the easing of Covid restrictions, tourists have started arriving to witness the spectacular sight.
The tourists will be mesmerised to watch water falling down like white pearls from a 15 ft rock construction.
From Kottayam, if you take the Erattupetta-Pala route, you will reach this six-century old palace called Poonjar Palace.
The natives are looking forward to see the breathtaking water lilies in full bloom in the coming days.
Kantharikkadavu is Kottayam's beautiful little Aqua tourism village. From Kaduthuruthy it's a mere 4-kilometre drive.