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Ramakkalmedu

Ramakkalmedu

Ramakkalmedu

Ramakkalmedu translates to the land where Lord Rama placed his leg and is also known as the Land of Rama's Stone

One of the most spectacular places in Kerala, Ramakkalmedu is a top the Western Ghats, at a height of about 3,500 ft above sea level. According to mythology, Rama is said to have stood at the edge of the cliff here in his search for Sita after she was abducted by King Ravana and taken to Lanka.

The spot has another specialty which makes it Kerala's ‘cradle of wind’ as it is one of the windiest places in Asia. With the landscape, it is the twin statues of the Kuruvan and Kuruvatti couple that is the main attraction here at Ramakkalmedu. It has the distinction of being the highest such statue in Kerala. The frog rock and turtle rock are other places of interest here. Hiking, paragliding, touring and camping are activities to try while here.

How to Reach

By Road
By Road
Nedumkandam Bus Stand, about 12.4 km
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By Rail
By Rail
Kottayam Railway Station, about 119 km
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By Air
By Air
Cochin International Airport, about 123 km
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+91 99479 91444
Adults: ₹20
Kids: ₹10

All days: 08:30 AM - 06:00 PM


Only offline booking is available


+91 99479 91444

Adults: ₹20
Kids: ₹10

All days: 08:30 AM - 06:00 PM

Only offline booking is available



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