The spectacular hill station Mattupetty which is bundled in the lush grassy valleys of Munnar offers travelers an astounding experience and also let them feel the serenity of nature. The rolling tea plantation of the hills and wonderful waving grasslands makes Mattupetty an amusing destination, which makes it one of the popular tourist attractions in Kerala. It is located 13 kilometers away from Munnar, near to the popular Anamudi Peak, the Mattupetty hill station situated at a height of 1,700 meters. The main attractions of this beautiful destination are Mattupetty Dam and Mattupetty lake.
... Mattupetty Dam plays an important role in water conservation and power generation. Mattupetty has plenty of captivating spots to the visitors, where one can explore adventurous activities like trekking and jungle walk at this natural treasure. The Mattupetty Dam is also an ideal picnic spot for many tourists, visiting Munnar in Kerala. The District Tourism Promotion Council in Idukki district has made proper arrangements for the travelers to enjoy different boating which includes speed launch, slow speedboat, paddle boat, rowboat, motorboats, and much more. The dam also helps many animals and birds with its nonstop availability and appoints tourists with its beautiful surroundings which are found nowhere else.
Q. What Mattupetty Dam is famous for?
Ans. Mattupetty Dam is famous for adventurous activities like trekking and jungle walk, and different boating which includes speed launch, slow speedboat, paddle boat, rowboat, motorboats, and much more.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Mattupetty Dam?
Ans. Photo Point and Echo Point , Atukkad Waterfalls, Pothamedu View Point, Tata Tea or KDHP Museum, Eravikulam National Park, Top Station, Kundala Dam & Lake, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Chinnakanal Waterfalls, and Chokramudi Peak, Marayoor.
Q. How to Reach Mattupetty Dam?