Situated in Kerala, near the western Ghat and surrounded by the hills, Pathanamthitta district boasts off stretches of forests, rivers, and rural landscape. It is also notable for fairs and festivals, includes diverse bio regions such as tea and coffee plantations and spice farms. The town is situated at the confluence of three rivers - Pamba, Manimala and Achankovil, and a prominent destination for wildlife sanctuaries and pilgrimage centre Sabarimala.
Aranmula- it reflects all the attributes of rural Kerala. Here you can find local craftsmen engage in traditional crafts such as Arunmala metal mirror, the rural paintings, and construction of boats for water festivals.
Charalkunnu- it is enchanting hill station from where you can explore the panoramic view of low lying areas and of course river Pamba.
Kakki Reservoir- Built in sylvan background, it is paradise for tourist. The splendid artificial lake provides visitors thrilling boating experience. Even the surrounding forest is an ideal shelter to tigers, elephants, deer, and monkeys.
Konni- it is a centre point on the Kottayam-Punalur route and also notable for elephants and their training.
Historical monuments in Pathanamthitta- it is a renowned historical monument, built in memory of Veluthamnpi Dalawa who had fought against the British imperialism.
Perunthenaruvy- located near Pampa, the water falls attract thousand of tourist from all over the world. The enchanting water fall creates a thrilling scenario, by seeing it any one fall in love with the beauty of the place.
Sabarimala- it is one of the most visited religious centre in south India. The temple is dedicated to lord Ayyapan, receives thousand of pilgrimage all over the year.
Palikara Church- Located just few km from Parumala, Palikara church is notable for its splendid construction work and spectacular mural paintings.