Eravikulam National Park is the first national park in Kerala, . It is situated along the top of the South Western Ghats in the Kannan Devan Hills of the Idukki district.
Kerala has an equatorial climate with a wet maritime climate and heavy rains all year long. Because of this, Eravikulam National Park has all kinds of weather all year long.
Nilgiri Tahr and Neelakurinji grasslands make Kurinji Trail a great trekking path. Beautiful plants and fauna make this three-hour journey scenic.
Lakkom Waterfalls is one of the most popular sites in Kerala's Eravikulam National Park. This waterfall's stunning cascade originates from the east-flowing Pambar River.
The one-hour Cascade Walk covers the beautiful Lakkom Waterfalls. One may hike at their leisure in the mornings and evenings.
With a height of 2,695 meters above sea level, Anaimudi Peak, also known as Kerala's pride, is one of the highest peaks.
Rajamalai is one of the prominent tourist destinations near Eravikulam National Park. It is very popular because the famous Nilgiri Tahr can be spotted there.
Due to the favorable weather, the Eravikulam National Park is best visited from September to October and April to May.