Madavoorpara: Exploring the Enchanting Heights

Nestled amidst rugged hills and embraced by a gentle breeze, Madavoorpara stands as a captivating retreat, beckoning both tourists and seekers of tranquility. Tucked away in the Thiruvananthapuram district in Kerala, this destination offers respite from urban clamor, making it an ideal escape.

NATURE’S BEAUTY

 The allure of Madavoorpara lies in its serene ambiance, which boasts scenic vistas and refreshing air. The rocky slopes adorned with bushes provide the perfect backdrop for those seeking solace. The sight of the sun-bidding adieu in a breathtaking sunset and the panoramic view of lush greenery atop the hills are experiences that etch themselves into memory.

HISTORICAL MARVEL

 Madavoorpara is not only a feast for the eyes but also a place of historical significance. Within its embrace resides a rock-cut Shiva temple that traces its origins back to the 9th century CE. The temple, believed to have been crafted by a Buddhist monk, holds an idol of Lord Shiva within its rocky sanctum. Inscriptions in the ancient Malayalam script ‘Vattezhuthu’ grace the temple, connecting visitors to a bygone era.

BAMBOO BRIDGE AND BEYOND

 A striking feature of Madavoorpara is the 100-meter-long bamboo bridge, an architectural marvel that invites exploration. Walking over this bridge, visitors can access bamboo huts atop the rock, offering spellbinding panoramic views. Families will find delight in the children’s park equipped with swings and slides, making Madavoorpara a cherished destination for all.

CULTURAL CONNECTION

 Delve into the heart of Responsible Tourism as Madavoorpara offers an opportunity to engage with skilled villagers practicing traditional crafts. The village also hosts a sacred pond named Ganga Theertham, a serene site near a leafless white-branched tree. This cultural immersion enriches the overall experience.

PROXIMITY AND CHARM

 Madavoorpara’s strategic proximity to the IT hub Kazhakoottam adds to its allure, drawing both pilgrims and tourists, especially during weekends. Situated at an elevation of 300 feet above sea level, this hidden gem unveils its treasures to those willing to explore.

District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC)

Opposite Raj Bhavan, Vellayambalam, Thiruvananthapuram

Ph: +91 471 2315397

Email: info@dtpcthiruvananthapuram.com



GETTING THERE:

Nearest Airport: Trivandrum International Airport, via NH 66 and Kazhakoottam – Kilimanoor Road, about 20 km

Nearest Railway Station: Thiruvananthapuram Central, via Sreekariyam – Pothencode Rd, about 17 km

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