Idukki, Kerala, India
Devikulam is a small hill station about 16 kilometres from Munnar in the Idukki District of the southern state of Kerala. It lies 1,800 metres above sea level. Its velvet lawns and vast range of exotic flora and fauna have made it a must visit spot for all who are in the vicinity. The nearby Sita Devi Lake is frequented by visitors throughout the year. Devikulam hill station offers opportunity for mountaineering, hill climbing and nature trekking. The term, "Devikulum' literally means a pond of the Devi. The Devi Lake, which is said to have mineral water, is a gift from the nature. The Sita Devi Lake offers rejuvenating springs of mineral water and is also a favourite picnic spot among tourists. Besides the expansive tea plantations, a spice garden run by the district tourism promotion council nurtures a wide variety of spices. It is located at 149 kms from Cochin, 132 kms from Kottayam.
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