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A trip to Parunthumpara - thrilling place for adventure loving people

Parunthumpara (പരുന്തുംപാറ in Malayalam, local language of kerala ) is a small beautiful village in the Idukki District of Indian state of Kerala and it is located between Peermade and Thekkady.

The word parunth in the local language means Eagle and para means rock, so in English this place can be called as Eagle rock. It is called Parunthumpara or eagle rock because of a large area around like an eagle. Adventurous people will enjoy this place and you can climb to top of the eagle rock.

Best time to visit Parunthumpara is September to January. At that time this place will be more green and beautiful. Try to reach this place before 4:30 PM and you can enjoy misty atmosphere of fresh cool air :).

Parunthumpara travel options
Nearest Airport : Nedumbassery Internationa Airport , Ernakulam
Nearest Railway station : Kottayam & Ernakulam
Nearest bus station: Kuttikkanam, Munnar, Wagamon

During dry seasons this place will be completely dry , So it is better to visit this place after monsoon period in kerala which ends by August.

This place lacks basic facilities like lodging and boarding. The District Tourism Promotion Council of kerala is planning the development of this place to a major Hill station.

The view from various view points across this place is marvellous. You should be more carefully while climbing this hill as there are sharp and skiddy  rocks all over.

This area provides a bird's eye view of an endless stretch of green forest land and low-lying areas.

Videos from Parunthumpara view point:

It is suggested to visit this place before 4:30 pm, coz there are chances of heavy mist falling after that.

The view of sunset from this place is amazing.

Tourist places near to  Parunthumpara
Lots of tourists are visiting this place. There are several other Touist locations near to Parunthumpara. Tourist locations like Wagamon, Ramakkalmedu, Sabarimala, Munnar, Pattumala church , Thekkady etc and nearer to Parunthumpara.

Rocking at the top of the Eagle rock

Road to the top of parunthumpara

A view from walkway

Misty hills of parunthumpara

paruthumpara during a dry season

Vehicle parking at Parunthumpara hill top

Parunthumpara walk-way

Sunset at Parnthumpara

Sun covered with dark clouds

Parunthumpara Location
National Highway 220 way to Thekkady from Kottayam between Peermade and Pambanar, 5 km from Kallar Jn.
Pampanar, Kerala

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