Devikulam


Located at an easy distance of 16 kms southwest from Munnar, the hill station of Devikulam in Kerala, India is symbol of natural beauty at its very best. The idyllic hill station of Devikulam is replete with lush lawns, diverse flora and fauna, which along with the crisp mountain air is an enchanting experience. We invite you to spend an invigorating hill station holiday in the cool climates of Devikulam, Kerala.

Devikulam is also known as the 'Pond of the Goddess' as legend has it that once Goddess Sita, the holy consort of Lord Rama took a dip in a nearby pond. Since then the pond came to be known as the Sita Devi Lake. The lake, known for it's rejuvenating springs of mineral water is a preferred picnic spot for tourists for its beautiful surroundings and opportunities for trout fishing.

Situated about 1800 meters above the sea level, Devikulam experiences a pleasant weather throughout the year. With gently rolling hills interspersed with slender red and blue gum trees, the hill station of Devikulam paints a perfect picture enchanting beauty. Tourists on tours to Devikulam are spell bound by the sheer natural beauty of the place. Also, tourists can club an excursion to the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, which lies 60kms north of Devikulam.




Kerala Travel Guide Fairs and Festivals in Kerala
Folk Dances and Music of Kerala Kerala Backwaters
Kerala Beaches Kerala Wildlife Sanctuaries
Kerala Pilgrim Centers Kerala Tourist Destinations
Map of Kerala

A Journey to India offers information on Devikulam and online booking for tours and travel packages to Kerala and other destinations in India. To book a tour or for more information, please fill up the query form provided below.