The town of Devikulam is situated 1800 meters above sea level and lays around 9 kms from Munnar. It offers a pleasant perspective of Pallivasal waterfalls surrounded by the Sita Devi Lake. Legend has it that Goddess Sita showered in the pool of Devikulam and henceforth the place was named after her.
Devikulam is gotten from the two words, devi that signifies "goddess" and kulam that alludes to "lake" or 'lake'. This 'Pool of Goddess' is frequented by lovers and is considered to have holy water. Devikulam is a clear place for profound and physical revival.
The hill station of Devikulam is surrounded by flora and fauna. Wild life like elephants, sambars, leopards, and gaurs can be seen at the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary situated close Devikulam.Ganesh Temple, Mariamman Temple and Ayyanar Temple situated in Devikulam serve as a withdraw to all worshippers. The Marayoor sandal forest adds a beautiful stunner to the hill station and gives an entrancing background to all nature lovers.