With remains of the age-old dynasty of Chera, Vembolinad Kingdom, and European farms in the later ages, this rough hillside resort is best recognized for its wildlife sanctuaries, stunning cottages, tea facilities, rubber farms and woods. Idukki has a very famous place which is its arch dam which is the biggest in the country, and the Anamudi, which is the greatest peak in India, south of the Himalayas. The beautiful land of Idukki is established at the tip of the Western Ghats enclosed by mountains. The arch dam constructed across the KuravanKurathimountain is unbelievable and exceeding description. Connected to this dam of 650 feet long and 550 feet height, two additional dams are also there in Kulmavu and Cherunthony. This gorgeous high range area of Kerala is geographically appreciated for its rough cliffs and thick jungles. The regional headquarters of Idukki is placed at Kuyilimala in Painavu. A land-locked area, Idukki is one of the most naturally strong regions of Kerala. It is one of the areas in the state which has some wildlife sanctuaries and allows ample scope for the advancement of ecotourism if infrastructure amenities and customary promotional movements are implemented. It is also known for its spice creation, tea farms and rubber agriculture. Idukki is a high range district of Kerala. Cuddled in between mountain expanses of the Western Ghats, Idukki is surrounded by three rivers called Thodupuzhayar, Periyar, and Thalayar. There a lot of beautiful hotels in Idukki where travellers can stay and enjoy the nature of the area. Book these hotels in Idukki with EasyMyJourney to enjoy your stay and holiday.