Have A Look At These Unexplored Tourist Spots In Thiruvananthapuram!

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Gopika VC

It is about 50 km from Trivandrum and is a good place for trekkers to go for a day trip on the weekend.

Vazhvanthol Waterfalls


If you are tired of your regular work and want a break to clear your mind, this tourist place is a great choice.

Akkulam Tourist Village


Rock-cut sculptures from the 18th century can be found in the Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple.

Vizhinjam Cave Temple


Many rare and unusual bird species make their home on Agasthyakoodam, the second highest peak in Kerala.

Agastya Mala


The Vellayani Lake or Vellayani Kayal is a beautiful freshwater lake where you can ride boats and watch birds.

Vellayani Lake


Arippa forest, also known as Ammayambalam Pacha, is in the district of Thiruvananthapuram. The area is known for its lush greenery.

Arippa Forest


The Peppara wildlife reserve is 50 km northeast of Thiruvananthapuram. It is home to Tiger, Panther, Wild Dog, and other animals.

Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary


The Satyan Art Gallery is a great tribute to the life of Sathyaneshan Nadar, who was a famous superstar in the Malayam film industry.

Satyan Art Gallery


This one-of-a-kind museum is the best example of the traditional building of Kerala. Wood, laterite stone, and clay tiles are used to construct the building.

Folklore Museum


Navarathri Mandapam, in the northwest quadrant of Padmanabhapuram palace, may be the best place to admire Dravidian stone architecture.

Navarathri Mandapam