Idukki is one of the major district of evergreen state of Kerala, most popularly known for its amazing mountainous hills, valleys and dense forests. The name Idukki is derived from a Malayalam word Idukku, which means ”narrow gorge”. It is the largest district of the state, covers a huge area of 5,105.22 sq km. Around 97 % area of the district is covered by the mountains and dense forests. It is located at the top of the Western Ghats. The district was formed on 26th January 1972, which comprises Devikulam, Udumbanachola and Peerumedu taluks of erstwhile Kottayam district, while Thodupuzga taluk of erstwhile Ernakulam district.
Highlights of Idukki:
Enriched with the emblem of nature Idukki has good number of attractions in its lap...More