Palakkad Hill Station
Palakkad Hill Station is recognized as Palghat and lies on the foothills of the Sahayadri ranges, it gets its name from a combination of two words 'pala' that means 'a tree' and 'kadu' that means 'a forest'. It is located at a distance of 80 kilometers to the northeast of Trichur in Hill Station Palakkad Kerala India. Clearly the name itself indicates the extent of natural beauty and picturesque charm that is all pervading in Hill Station Palakkad Kerala India.
Palakkad Hill Station also showcases it to be the grand granary of Kerala, would reflect it to be located at the foothills of the Western Ghats or the shoals, and is traditionally referred to as Palaghat, a luxury hill station of Kerala, south India. While on Palakkad Hill Station, you will discover some of excursion are: The ancient temple at Thiruvalathoor, Malampuzha Garden, the memorial to Thunchath Ezhuthachan, who authored the Adhyatma Ramayana and the Vishwanatha Swamy shrine in Palakkad Hill Station.
If you are planning a tours to Kerala
, make sure you consider a visit to Palakkad Hill Station Tour as an important part of your tour itinerary. Some of these are: Nelliampathy, Dhoni Hills and Silent Valley. There are quite a few places near Palakkad in Kerala, South India that are ideal for excursions while you are on Palakkad hill tours. It is also one of the leading influences in the arena of plantation in Kerala, with its soft, green undulating slopes yielding some of the richest plantations of spices like cardamoms and cloves as well as coffee and tea.