The Eravikulam National park situated at Munnar, Idukki district of Kerala, is well known for the endangered mountain goat of the South. The national park spreads over 97sqkm of area with rich bio-diversity. The grasslands of the sanctuary are blessed with the mass flowering Neelakurunji which flowers on every 12 every years. The protected area is divided into three regions- the tourism area, core area and the buffer area. Visitors are allowed only up to Rajamalai which come under the tourist area.
The slope is rich in all kinds of rare flora and fauna. Twenty six species of mammals includes elephants, leopards, tigers, gaurs, golden jackels, sambars etc. The Atlas moth, the bulkiest of its kind, is a unique inhabitant in the grassland. The lion-tailed macaques, Nilgiri Langur etc are other rare species found here. The sanctuary also witnesses around 132 species of birds and 101 species of butterflies.