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BlueBird Travels offers full-fledged travel services to Sabarimala pilgrims. Our drivers are well-versed with all the routes, temples on the way and the necessary rituals to be done along the way.

We provide various types of cars, vans, mini-vans, mini-buses and buses to suit your requirement. Our rates are reasonable and services impeccable. All our vehicles are well serviced and in top condition, most of them very new. Our system of operation ensures customer comfort and satisfaction.

Our drivers know the routes very well and can direct you to reputed vegetarian hotels offering decent food. They will guide you to the temples on the way and give you instructions on the specialty of each temple and the rituals that have to be followed.

Many of our customers seek our service year after year and we are only happy to oblige them. Please ensure that you book well in advance so as to avail the perfect vehicle to suit your need.


Famous temples en-route to Sabarimala
  • Guruvayoor temple
  • Guruvayoor temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It lies 30 km from Thrissur and the very place has become synonymous with the temple which attracts millions of pilgrims. According to legend Brihaspathi (Guru) found an idol of Krishna floating in a lake at the beginning of this yuga. Together with Vayu, he installed the idol in a place called GuruVayuPura, which later became Guruvayoor.

  • Mammiyur temple
  • The ancient Mammiyur Temple is situated at a walkable distance of 200 metres from the Guruvayoor Temple. The main deity is Lord Shiva in the form of Uma Maheswara. Lord Vishnu is also given equal importance in a sanctum sanctorum near to that of Lord Shiva. This is the only Temple where Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu are worshipped in equal status in poojas, rituals etc.

  • Chowvallur Siva temple
  • Chowallur Mahadeva Temple is over 1500 years old. Located approximately three kilometers away form Guruvayur, the Chowallur temple is considered to be one of the 108 Sivalayas consecrated by Lord Parasurama. The two-tiered Srikovil or Sanctum Sanctorum has the idol of Lord Shiva facing west, while that of His consort Sri Parvathy faces east.

  • Thiruvenkatachalapathy temple
  • Thrissur Vadakum Natha temple
  • Thirvullakukavu Dharam Sastha temple
  • Aarattupuzha Sastha temple
  • Sree Sastha temple is situated at Aarattupuzha, 15km away from Thrissur town. The antiquity of this temple dates back to 3000 years. Also, this temple is famous for the yearly "Devamela". The divine essence of all forms of God is assimilated in the diety. Arattupuzha temple is the embodiment of the divine potential of Guru Vasishta, the great master of Lord Sree Rama. This is one of the rare temples devoid of any other dieties.

  • Thripayar Sri Rama Swamy temple
  • On the banks of a beautiful river is the temple dedicated to Sri Rama. The idol of Sri Rama is believed to have been originally worshipped by Sri.Krishna at Dwaraka.

  • Chottanikara temple
  • Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple is amongst the most important Temples in Kerala. The Divine Mother known as Rajarajeswari (Adiparasakthi) is worshipped here in three forms Saraswathy in the morning, Lakshmi at noon and Durga in the evening. There is an Idol of Mahavishnu on the same pedestal and so the Deity is called Ammenarayana, Devinarayana, Lakshminarayana and Bhadrenarayana also. Along with Lakshmi & Narayana there are idols of Brahma, Siva, Ganapathi (Ganesh), Subramanya and Sastha on the same pedestal.

  • Vaikkom Mahadeva temple
  • Ettumanoor Mahadeva temple
  • Kottayam Thirunakkara temple
  • Thodupuzha Sri Krishna temple
  • Ambalapuzha temple
  • Sri Padmanabha Swamy temple
  • Kottarakara Ganapthi temple
  • Oachira Parabrhama temple
  • Aranmula Parthasarathy temple
  • Malayalapuzha Bhgawati temple
  • Palani temple
  • Sucheendram temple
  • Kanyakumari temple
  • Madurai Meenakshi temple
Typical Routes to Sabarimala


  • Kottayam - Pampa (via Erumeli) - 136 Kms
  • Kottayam- Pampa (via Thiruvalla, Pathanamthitta) - 123 Kms
  • Kottayam - Pmapa (via Manimala) - 116 Kms
  • Trivandrum - Pampa (via Kottarakara, Adoor, Pathanamthitta) - 188 Kms
  • Trivandrum - Pampa (via Punalur, Pathanamthitta)- 180 Kms
  • Adoor - Pampa (via Pathanamthitta) - 101 Kms
  • Punalur - Pampa (via Pathanamthitta) - 101 Kms
  • Chengannur - Pampa - 93 Kms
  • Ernakulam - Pampa(via Kottayam) - 200 Kms
  • Alapuzha - Pampa (via Changanacherry) - 137 Kms
  • Pandalam - Pampa (via Pathanamthitta) - 86 Kms
  • Uppupara - Sabarimala (trekking route only) - 4 Kms


  • Erumeli - Pampa (via Kalaketty, Azhutha, Karimala) - by foot - 40 Kms
  • Erumeli - Pampa (via Mukkottuthara, Pambavali) - 46 Kms
  • Erumeli - Pampa (via Athikkayam, Perunandu) - 78 Kms
  • Pathanamthitta - Erumeli (via Ranni) - 32 Kms
  • Panadalam - Erumeli (via Pathanamthitta) - 48 Kms

From Erumeli, the pilgrim can trek on foot along the forests to reach Pampa. The trekking distance from Erumeli to Pampa is 43 Kms.

The route from Pampa to Sabarimala (approx 6 kms) can be undertaken only on foot.

Other routes to Pampa -
  • Erumeli - Karimkulumoozhi - Ranni - Perinad - Vadaserikara - Plapalli- Chalakayam - Pampa.
  • Erumeli - Karimkulumoozhi - Muktuthara - Kanamala - Thulapalli - Plapalli - Chalakayam - Pampa
  • Route from Tamilnadu via Kottayam - Kumali (KK) road. When you reach Vanchiperiyar on the KK Road, turn to Uppupara. After reaching Uppupara, walk 6 Kms to Sabarimala.