Kuruvadweep: This 950-acre, uninhabited Island on the Kabani River is an ideal picnic spot. The wooded stretch of land is home to rare species of birds, orchids and herbs.
Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary: This sanctuary has a wide variety of animals.
Thirunelly Temple: The Thirunelly Temple embodies classical, traditional Kerala architecture. A famous pilgrim centre, this Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Pakshipathalam: Accessible only by foot, rare species of birds, animals and distinctive species of plants can be sighted here.
Pazhassi Tomb: The memorial of Veera Pazhassi Raja - the 'Lion of Kerala' - who organized guerilla warfare against the British East India Company.
Ambalavayal Heritage Museum: One of the best heritage museums in Kerala, it houses arte facts and belongings of the various tribes of the land.
Bathery Jain Temple: One of the most important among the many Jain temples here the Batherv Temple is believed to have been built during the 13th century
Edakkal Caves: Located at a height of 1000 m.on Ambukuthy Mala near Ambalavayal are the Edakkal Caves. The New Stone Age pictorial writings on the walls are relics of the prehistoric civilization that existed in these regions. Accessible only by a kilometer's trek from Edakkal.
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary: Rich in bio-diversity. the sanctuary is an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.