1. Five Falls Courtallam
One of the popular tourist attractions, Five Falls is where the streams with magical healing powers flow in the town of Courtallam. Divided in two sections i.e., three for men on the left and two for women on the right where they can bathe and make use of the curing potential of the falls.
2. Main Falls
Welcoming its visitors 24x7 is the biggest falls in the town with a height of 60 m, Main Falls also called as Peraruvi. Falling from such a height, when the falls come in contact with Pongum Kadal, a 19 m deep crater, the impact of the falls decrease, making it perfectly safe to swim here.
3. Old Courtallam Waterfalls
An offbeat tourism attraction considered perfect for those who want to rejuvenate and spend some time away from the hustle bustle of top places in Courtallam. A short detour to these falls if on a family vacation is considered ideal as not only the falls have two pools for children but follow the route which is veiled in lush greenery full of coconut and mango trees along with the flourishing rice fields, perfect for nature sightseeing.
4. Tiger Falls
A kid friendly falls, also known as Puli Aruvi is a comparatively smaller version of Main Falls where travellers of every age can enjoy because of its moderate water flow. It is said that back in time, tigers used to rest in the caves and also come here to drink water. The water of these falls is used for irrigation purposes while its being collected in a lake.
5. Gundar Dam
Tagged closely to the Sengottai city of tamilnadu is the Gundar dam built in the year 1983. The main motive for construction of this dam was to provide irrigation facilities to the Tirunelveli district.
6. Thirumalai Kovil
A rustic setting with heartwarming views of villages and swaying coconut plantations, Thirumalai Kovil is one of the most revered Murugan temple set up on a hill in the 15th Century.
7. Kasi Viswanathar Temple
Sculpted by Parakrama Pandyan in the 14th Century is Kasi viswanathar temple, the tallest shrine in the whole of Tamil Nadu. Touching the height of 54 m, one can easily sight this temple from a distance and can be pulled towards the beauty of the architecture and the grace.
8. Palaruvi Waterfalls
Nestled at a short distance from Courtallam in Kollam district of Kerala, is the Palaruvi Waterfalls which denotes the meaning "stream of milk". With a height of 91 m, Palaruvi are on no. 32 in the list of highest waterfalls in India.
9. Kumbhavurutty Waterfalls
A short detour from Courtallam lands you close to the Kumbhavurutty Waterfalls,one of the top tourism places in Kerala. Adding shine to the easter part of Kollam district, this waterfall is essentially a part of the Achankovil river. Other nearby attractions include Palaruvi Waterfalls and Manalar Waterfalls where you can spot wild creatures as well.
10. Agathiyar Waterfalls
Finding its place on the Western Ghats, these falls are one of the major tourist places in Tirunelveli district of Tamilnadu. Agathiyar Waterfalls, as per the myth is the exact place where Sage Agastya, a worshipper of Lord Shiva got to witness the divine union of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva.
11. Thenmala Eco Tourism Center
Popularly known as the first planned Eco tourism destination of India, is Thenmala sitting close to Courtallam, Tamil nadu. Housing attractions and activities like children's park, adventure park, musical dancing fountain, trekking, boating, butterfly safari, hiking, night camping, the center also has 10 eco-tourism spots. Districts like Pathanamthitta, Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram are enfolded as a part of the center. Moreover, being surrounded by the lush forests, timber is one of the in-demand products in the country along with Thenmala itself being one of the exporters of honey as its called the 'Honey Hills'.