Adimaly (Malayalam: അടിമാലി) is a town in the Idukki district of Kerala, India.Adimali is located on the National Highway 49 (India) connecting Kochi and Madurai, India. Adimaly is located about 83 kilometers from aluva. From Adimaly, it is only 27 kilometers to Munnar, which is a famous hill station. The waterfalls Cheeyappara and Valara are located nearby. Pepper cultivation is the main agricultural activity of this place. The Ponmudi Dam (294 meter length) was constructed in 1963 across the Panniar river, nearly 15 km southeast of Adimali, on the way to Rajakkad. Adimali is known for its proximity to munnar and natural beauty. Kallar is another beautiful place located 14 km from Adimaly. Adimaly has almost all the basic facilities like well connected roads, educational institutions and hospitals. The former name of the Adimali area was Mannamkandam, as the name indicates the Mannan tribe once populated the area. Other tribal groups collectively called the Muthuvan were also living in Adimali. Before 1980, the main crops under cultivation were rice as well as pepper and cardamom. Now almost 90 percent of the paddy fields have been modified for other purposes such as residential land, rubber plantations or banana fields.Wikipedia
This warm abode of Adimali is a delightful place to visit in India. A gripping city on its own right, Coimbatore also deserves a visit. Take a short trip from Adimali and set some time aside to explore the Coimbatore. Dotted with places like Kollam Beach, Munroe Island, Tangasseri Lighthouse; it will definitely be a good idea. Also, to reach Adimali, you'll have to take a flight to Coimbatore; so its not really a detour. And even if it is, the city is worth paying at least a quick visit. Tour packages of Adimali are of 1 to 2 days duration.
Adimali is an affair to remember, follow this apt itinerary of the place and return home with a bunch of memories.