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Thattathikudy is a hill station located near Kattapana in Idukki District, Kerala. It is an ideal place for one day picnickers. A rhythmic blending of mountains and waterfalls enhance the beauty of this rustic area.

Thattathikudy became a hot tourist destination with the formation of an artificial canal, following the construction of the Idukki Arch dam. This lovely place was once the home of the indigenous tribe, Mannan. The place was named after the tribe, 'Kudy' means settlement. During summer, canoes can be hired. Thattathikudy is also ideal for angling. For trekking enthusiasts, the walk through the forest is an unforgettable experience. They can start their trek from Mattappally, up to which there is a road.

Thattathikudy can be easily accessed by boarding any bus plying through Kottayam-Kattapana route, and alighting at Thoppipala. From here a 5 km journey leads to Thattathikudy. Lodging facilities are available at Kattapana, which is 13 km away.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Idukki


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