Vagamon: Celebrate This New Year In These Cool Places!

Written By

Gopika VC

At Grampi, which is also called Parunthupara and is 1200 m above sea level, there is a huge rock sculpture called Parumthupara. Eagle Rock is another name for it.

Parumthupara View Point


Elaveezha Poonchira is one of the best places in Kerala to watch the sunset and sunrise without any difficulties.

Elaveezha Poonchira


Kuttikkanam is Vagamon's top tourist attraction, surrounded by tea plantations, pine forests, streams, cardamom plantations, and hills.



Kurisumala Ashram is a 1958 Syro-Malankara Catholic church cloister in Vagamon, Kottayam-Idukki district.

Kurisumala Ashram


Vagamon's main tourist attractions are tea plantations. Vagamon's most famous tea farms are Pulikkanam and MMJ.

Vagamon Tea Estates


One of the top Vagamon locations to visit, Murugan Mala is home to a stunning rock-cut shrine dedicated to Lord Murugan.

Murugan Mala


Ulipooni Wildlife Sanctuary is a getaway from the city. 10 miles outside the city centre, the calm atmosphere is ideal for picnics.

Ulipooni Wildlife Sanctuary


One of Asia's largest arch dams. Due to its magnitude, the dam can be seen from a distance, and the structure between the granite hills is stunning.

Idukki Arch Dam


Vagamon Pine Forest is a large area where beautiful pine trees grow on steep slopes. This is a very unique feature of the area.

Vagamon Pine Forest


Vagamon Lake is nestled between three green hills in Vagamon Valley. The lake's picturesque surroundings and rich flora attract many people.

Vagamon Lake


The rocky and rough route leading up to this lands, a popular sunrise and sunset sight, renders it indefinable.

Mundakayam Ghat


In India, the British developed Peermade as a tea processing zone. Today's tourists love this site's European-style buildings.