Panchalimedu, which is soaked in snow, offers tourists a panoramic view of an unending stretch of valleys and hills. One would feel like entered in another world. The journey to the valley after climbing Murinjapuzha itself is endearing. The cool climate and refreshing breeze is a specialty here. The place offers an ethereal atmosphere. https://www.facebook.com/greenwoods.in/photos/a.127254707337783.21428.124159684313952/1057235591006352/?type=3&theater
Parunthumpara is also called 'eagle rock' and 'Grampi' and located 30 km to the west of Kumily. A charming place with a huge rock extending along a stretch of lush grassland. From the summit of the rock guests get to view a spectacular landscape composed coffee, cardamom and tea plantations, thick forests with tribal hamlets and dozens of rivulets snaking through.
Fifteen kilometers apart the Kumily town lays a small sleepy village – Chellarkovil. It is ideally located in the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border in the Anakkara Panchayath. Considered to be one of the best tourism spot in the Idukki district, Chellarkovil always attracts tourists from all over the world. Chellarkovil is famous for its greenish mountains, cascading waterfalls and picturesque beauty. The destination is placed around 1200 m above the sea level.
Paruthumpara - Just 25 Kms from Resort. This is a small village placed 6 km away from Peerumedu. The concept behind the name of the destination itself attracts you to this place. 'Parunthu' means eagle. Being at this place, you will get an eagle's view of the green forest and low lying areas.
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