Elaveezhapoonchira is a beautiful hill station that lies in proximity to Melukavu Mattom. It is situated in the midst of three beautiful hillocks namely, Mankunnu, Kudayathoormala and Thonippara. The hill station derives its name from two words Elaveezha' and poonchira, meaning a valley where leaves do not fall. Elaveezhapoonchira, which spreads over an area of thousand acres, is a place where there are no trees or plantations. It is believed that the site was the bathing place of Paanchali, the legendary Queen of Mahabharata.