The region around Ramakkalmedu offers spectacular views of nearby mountains and valleys, as well as expansive tea plantations. It is a popular destination for trekkers and nature lovers who love the sunsets and sprawling landscape.
The Windmill Park is one of the largest wind parks in India and has some of the world's most advanced wind turbines. It's a huge tourist attraction.
As the wind in Ramakkalmedu is exceptionally strong and consistent, it's perfect for harnessing wind energy. The park contains hundreds of wind turbines that generate clean, renewable energy.
Visitors can see the power of wind up close. You can get a tour of the wind turbines, learn all about the wind energy system, and explore the lush green hills. You can do activities like bird watching, camping, and trekking, too.
The giant stone statues here, which stand over 1000 feet tall and can be seen from miles away, are also available to visitors. The two giant statues are known as the Kuravan and Kurathi Statues, and they're supposed to represent a mythical Kerala couple, Kuravan and Kurathi.
The best time to visit Ramakkalmedu Tourism is during the winter months of December and January, when the weather is cooler and the views are gorgeous. it is close to the Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Idukki Arch Dam, and Anamudi Peak. The Thommankuthu Waterfalls, Kurinjimala Sanctuary, and the Periyar Tiger Reserve are also nearby.
Located in Idukki, Kerala, India, Ramakkalmedu is about 130 km from the Cochin International Airport. The nearest railway station is Kottayam, 85 km away. The best way to get there is by road. Buses, taxis, and private cars are available.