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Parunthumpara is a village in the Indian state of Kerala's Idukki District. It is a small scenic location near Wagamon en route to Peerumedu. Parunthumpara is located 6 km from Peermade and 25 km from Thekkady. The Malayalam word parunth means eagle and para means rock. It is called Parunthumpara or "eagle rock" because of a large area around like an eagle.
Vagamon, a beautiful picnic spot famous for trekking, is situated near Peermedu in Idukki district. The grassy hills, velvet lawns and overall mysticism of the place is something unique. Visitors can avail many activities including trekking, paragliding, mountaineering and rock climbing.
Illikkal Kallu is a monolith located on top of the Illickal Malaa in the Kottayam district of Kerala, India.The distance from kottayam railway station to illikal kallu is 57km. Situated at around 3400 feet above sea level, Illickal Kallu is a major tourist attraction in Moonnilavu and Thalanadu village of Meenachil taluk. Only one half of the original rock remains, as the other half of the rock has fallen off. The nearest town is Teekoy. Numerous mountain streams originate from this
Counted amongst top tourist attractions and religious sites of Vagamon, Thangal Para is a Muslim sacred site located on the Thangal Hill. Thronged by devotees as well as tourists in decent numbers all throughout the year, it is placed at a distance of around 5 km from the main hill town. Thangal Para is a remarkable attraction that has a big spherical rock along with the tomb (dargah) of Sheikh Fariuddin, who supposedly visited this place from Afghanistan, 800 years ago. He took his last breath
Kurisumala Ashram is a Trappist Monastery in Syro-Malankara Catholic Church in the Sahya Mountains in Kerala, India. Kurisu is the translation of the word cross into Malayalam, the language of Kerala; mala means mountain; ashram means monastery. Hence, the name describes the community of monks who practise austerity and live a strict monastic life on the mount of the Cross in the high hills of Kerala.
Murugan Mala is beautiful tourist place in Kerala located in Vagamon on the eastern side of Kurisumala Hill. A beautiful shrine of Lord Murugan erected on a single rock adorns this hill. This tourist spot is a perfect example for the rock-cut temple architecture in the country. People from across the country visit this temple in order to pray to Lord Murugan and to watch the exquisite architecture of the temple. Nestled on a hillock, visiting this place is certainly a refreshing experience for