Kerala Hill Stations
Do you want to get away from the city deadlines, noises, tension stress and crowd? Kerela has a long chain of lush, mist-clad Hill stations that are home to exotic wildlife.
The hill stations of Kerala
are the most wonderful choice bedecked with meandering roads, ravishing rivulets, splendid springs and wondrous waterfalls. The hill stations in Kerala on the Western Ghats are the repository of a different kind of wealth displayed in oblivion and irrespective of human interest. They are really different from other popular hill stations of India.
If you have already tasted the snow capped magic of the Himalayas then you should try to explore Southern Part of the India. The hill stations of Kerala are dense in vegetation and provide natural habitat to exotic wildlife. These are also the source of the famous spices of Kerala
. Spices such as pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and the cashew nut are grown in the plantations on the hill stations in Kerala. All the hill resorts in Kerela would defiantly offer you the most delightful experience of nature in all its virgin beauty.
The major Hill resorts of Kerela are:
One of the most popular hill stations in India is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathani & Kundala. Munnar is an idyllic holiday option with its sprawling estates, rolling hills, sparkling waterfalls, picture postcard villages, and undulating valleys. This hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling Tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes, and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town......more
Come to Ponmudi to and experience with the plentiful nature, tranquil surroundings and several tourist attractions. It is one of the most beautiful and peaceful hill station of Ponmudi is situated at a distance of 61 km from Thiruvananthapuram. It is an ideal and a beautiful picnic spot for those who have a passion for trekking and long leisurely walks, explore the hill station of Ponmudi.The Golden Valley is a small yet scenic viewpoint.....more
Idukki is the largest district of Kerala, is among the 14 districts of Kerala state is covered by rugged mountains and forests. This forest area house wild life like, tigers, deer, Indian bisons and monkeys. Streams, valleys and hills combine to make Idukki an ideal year-round holiday destination. The scenic beauty of Idukki is unique in every respect. It has nothing to boast of the rise and fall of dynasties, but it has housed a flourishing civilization. The land is also the abode of some of the longest and most beautiful rivers in Kerala like the Periyar.....more
This Hill Station got its name from the name of a Sufi Saint Called Peer Mohammad, it is meant “Hill of Peer". It is a small but one of the most beautiful plantations town of the Kerala. It is bounded by green tea hills and blessed by the fragrance of spices. Peermade is indeed a cool hill resort in Kerala. Here you will find sprawling tea, coffee, cardamom, rubber and eucalyptus plantations side by side with natural grasslands and pine forests.....more
Devikulam Hill Station is one of Kerala's most exquisite hill stations, located 16 kms from Munnar. This gorgeous hill station is applauded for its luxuriant flora and fauna. The crisp and cool mountain air heavily laden with the fragrance of wild flowers and rare herbs is any nature lover's paradise. The experience of taking a morning walk along the softly blubbering waterfalls that cascade from steep heights is unrivalled. All these together ads to the romantic beauty casting a magical spell on you.....more
The name means means “The land of paddy fields”. It is located in the north eastern section of the state of Kerala, known for its luxurious plantations of rubber, coffee, tea, cardamom, and pepper that stretch over the hills of Wayanad as long as eye can see.Wayanad is one of the most popular hill stations of India. Wayanad offers a climate of the hill station similar to that of Oottacamand, offers a panorama of undulating hills and dales. The hills which might have been thick forest once are now plantations of coffee, tea and cardamom.....more