Ramakkal/Ramakkalmedu [See Map]

Ramakkal in a hill station in kerala, India. It lies in the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu and between the most famous tourist attractions such as Thekkady, Munnar, Idukki and many more attractions.Ramakkal gives a very large view of about seven small towns and fields surrounded by mountains in Tamil Nadu. The view point has a statue which is reportedly the tallest in Kerala. Good climate, perfect place to relax. The Sun rise and Sun set is one of the most beautiful and unique view experienced only at ramakkal. Ramakkal is a unique place to experience the wind. The avg wind speed in Ramakkal is about 35 km per hour. One must experience that feeling at Ramakkal. Its an ideal place for paragliding. It offers an amazing and gorgeous view of many towns of Tamil Nadu. The landscapes have so much beauty and greenery that sooths your eyes. The altitude of Ramakkalmedu is about 3560 feet from the sea level and about 1500 feet from the plain of land adjoining the mountains in Tamil Nadu. It is said that Ramakkalmedu is the largest wind blowing area in Asia. About 12.5 MW of electricity is produced here from wind energy. But the potential of wind blown here is much more than that.

 How to reach: Ramakkal is approximately 45 km from Tekkady [See Map] and 77 kms from Munnar[See Map].

Nearest airport: Cochin International Airport (190 kms).[See Map]

 Nearest Railway station: Kottayam(140 kms)                                                             [See Map]

Time to visit: From November to February it’s like a paradise with beautiful sunshine.

Where to Stay: WindHaven Resort (visit)

Ramakkalmedu via Road:

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