Spend time in solitude with nature in the velvet lawns, and the charming hilly terrains of Devikulam. Enjoy the pious atmosphere of this quaint hill-station at the mythical Sita Devi Lake. According to local folklore, Goddess Sita bathed in this Devikulam lake. This lake is renowned for its mineral water that helps treat skin ailments. Sip on some delicious chai while enjoying the chill in the air, trek around the green slopes, view the low hanging clouds and immerse yourself in the colorful vibrancy of this region.
There is a lot that Devikulam offers for tourists like Mattupetty Lake, Kundala Lake, Anayirankal Lake, Thoovanam Falls, Pallivasal Falls, Keezharkuthu Falls, Kuthumkal Falls, the Eravikulam National Park, the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, the Idukki National Park, and the Kurinjimala Sanctuary.
Adventure enthusiasts can go trekking, fishing, rock climbing, and hiking, in Devikulam. You can also pay your reverences at famous religious places like Mariamman Temple, Ayyanar Temple, and Mangalam Devi Temple. Make sure that you view the ‘Kolam’ art form in Devikulam where sand paintings are created using rice powder.<readmore>
If you are planning a visit here, the best time to go would be from September to May as the weather is cool and there is no rain so trekking would be a breeze. This is also the perfect time to enjoy a fun-filled and exciting picnic at this hill station.
Though there are plenty of hotels in Devikulam, you can also stay at homestays and hotels near Munnar.