Idukki is affluent with blooming carpeted hill stations which gives a befalling to ascertain the acceptation of beauty. Hill stations in Kerala are affluent in advanced varieties of flora and fauna, aroma plantations, amazing waterfalls and beloved forests. Well apart from these accustomed attractions and destinations Pilgrimage centers in Idukki are listed as below:
Sree Krishna Swamy Temple
The temple, committed to Lord Krishna, is amid at the affection of Thodupuzha town. It celebrates a ten day festival every year. On the first day, a concert by acclaimed artist is presented. 'Chakyarkoothu' is captivated on the 4th, 5th and 6th day of the festival. 'Kathakali' performances are as well captivated on 5th and 6th day. The most fortunate day of the festival are the 7th, 8th and 9th Procession alternate by 5 caparisoned elephants and temple bang music are captivated in the mornings and evenings on these days.
St. Antony's Shrine
The St. Antonys altar of Santhigram community stands alpine at Nalumukku on the Erattayar - Thankamani road in Idukki district; it falls in the area of Kothamangalam. Today it has developed to become a crusade centre and bags of admirer’s visit this shrine to appear the august casework in honor of St. Antony and Infant Jesus captivated every Tuesday and aboriginal Friday appropriately.
Munnar CSI Christ Church
The history of Munnar CSI Christ Church is unique. Its absolute history begins with a cemetery which is absorbed to it. Mrs. Eleanor Knight, the wife of H.M Knight, the General Manager of the acreage was active there in 1894. After the burial of Mrs. Knight, some other British were as well active there. Later on Knight presented that breadth as an abode of burial. It was formally adored on April 15th 1900 on Easter Day by Rt. Rev. Noel Hodges.
Mangala Devi Temple
The age-old temple, 15 Km from Thekkady, is hidden in the close dupe at the top of a peak 1337 meter aloft sea level. The temple is congenital in the acceptable Kerala appearance of architectonics and visitors are accustomed actuality alone on Chitra Pournami anniversary day. The peak commands an across-the-board appearance of the eastern slopes of the Ghats and small hilly villages of Tamil Nadu.
Sree Aiyappa Temple
This Temple is committed to Lord Ayappa. It is anchored at Anachal, 15 KM from Munnar. The six day festival commences with the august hoisting of the temple banderole (Kodiyettam). On endure two day processions with commonly busy elephants accommodate color and majesty. Art forms like 'Ottanthullal' animate the temple premises. The acceptable 'Thookkam', a ritual is as well conducted.
The acclaimed monuments of Kottayam is Poonjar Palace acclaimed in the world for its attenuate collections of antiques, bedrock cut lamps, sculptures etc. of the ancient era. This cairn of Kottayam is as well acclaimed for an amazing replica of the Madurai Meenakshi Temple. Truly beside these there are numerous more temples and churches which entice the pilgrims from every nook and corner of the entire world.