Idukki district is a densely forested, mountainous region in the south Indian state of Kerala. In the north, Anamudi mountain towers over Eravikulam National Park, where the rare, blue Neelakurinji flower blooms every 12 years. Nearby, Munnar is a hill station known for its sprawling tea plantations and Tea Museum. Farther south is the vast, curved Idukki Dam and Periyar National Park, a tiger and elephant reserve There are many places to visit in and around the Idukki district. Munnar which acted as the British government’s summer resort is one among the key places of interest. Vagamon is a hill station that lies towards the South of Idukki and is an excellent for people who love adventure sports. Ramakkalmedu is both a hamlet and hill station in the Idukki district and is located at a height which is 3500 feet above the sea level. The hill station has lush green grass that grows in Shola forest laced out by bamboo forests that are sporadic in nature. The other important tourist spot is Thekkady which lies in between Kerala and Tamilnadu border. Marayur which grows sandalwood trees in abundance is found near Idukki in the slopes of Western Ghats.