Pathanamthitta: Explore The Pilgrim Town In Kerala!

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Gopika VC

Pathanamthitta is lucky enough to have a lot of forest areas, so if you like the wilderness, forest trails, and nature in its purest form, you will love this place.

Here rivers Manimala, Achankovil, and Pamba meet. This confluence place is considered to cleanse one of their sins.

Thriveni Sangamam

This town's scenery is great for woodland moods. On a journey to Pathanamthitta, hill station fans should visit this area.


This place is a cultural centre for the city of Pathanamthitta. With the Pamba River nearby, the area is much more beautiful.


The temple is on the banks of the Manimala River, so the area around it is beautiful and can make you feel like you're in a natural retreat.

Kaviyoor Mahadeva Temple

Woodland lovers adore the waterfall's deep forest trails. Traveling alone to the falls might be mysterious.

Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls

If you want to learn more about the history and culture of the town of Pathanamthitta, you can also go to the site of Muloor Memorial.

Muloor Smarakam

This Hindu temple worships "Bhadrakali," Bhagavathy's fierce form. The temple is unique due to its 1000-year age.

Malayalappuzha Devi Temple

This is Kerala's purest pilgrimage site. Sree Ayyappa is the temple's principal deity. To attend this temple, you must fulfil spiritual rules.


Its hilltop location makes this church look proud and majestic from every aspect. The church's yearly celebration draws pilgrims and cultural lovers from around the nation.

Manjinikkara Church

The church's architecture and design will impress artistic brains. For art lovers, the church engravings are intriguing and dramatic.

Paliakara Church