Rivers flowing amidst steep mountains is a normal scenary in Kerala. This peculiar feature of Kerala's geography is absolutely and perfectly suitable for constructing dams. Making use of this geographical speciality, many dams are built across the state, most of which now have become top tourist attractions.
Tremendous effort has been initiated to convert the Kerala dam sites to top tourist destinations in Kerala. Out of this hard work, many of the dam sites have turned out to be better tourist spots. Banasura Sagar Dam, Bhoothathankettu, Malampuzha Dam, Peruvannamuzhi, Mullaperiyar, Neyyar, Idukki Dam, etc. are a few of the major dam sites in Kerala. Tourists will notice that the list of Kerala dams goes unending.
Wayanad is one such rare districts where tourism is always on full swing. Round through the year, tourists are flooding to the district to enjoy their vacations. The top tourist destinations include hill stations, lakes, dams, and so on. Banasura Sagar dam is one of the many magnificent tourist spots… read more
Bhoothathankettu, near Kothamangalam, which means 'monster fort' is another perfect getaway in Kerala for nature lovers. It is an ideal eco tourism destination, providing the perfect holiday for nature lovers with forests to trek in, birds to watch, a river for boating, rapids to shoot, a lake to fish in… read more
This is the world's second and Asia's first arch dam 555 ft in height and 650 ft. in width, proudly standing between the two mountains - 'Kuravanmala' (839 meters) and 'Kurathimala' (925 meters ). A prestigious project of our nation, its underground power house is located at Moolamattom, about 19… read more
Malampuzha is located 10 km. from Palakkad town, The main attractions here are the dam, amusement park, boating facilities, rock garden and a ropeway. Malampuzha, a little township on the foothills of the Western Ghats, takes its name from the river Malampuzha. Nurtured by this tributary of Kerala's longest river,… read more