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Hill Stations in Kerala

Hill Stations in KeralaWhenever one remembers Kerala, an incessant image of backwaters, beautiful beaches, lush green vegetation and untamed wildlife comes to mind. But, Kerala has much more than this, dressed on its exotic platter. Located on the remotest corners on the cliffs and the ravines of the Western Ghats, Kerala, a heaven on earth, is well renowned for its hill stations. The hill stations of Kerala are lush greens abodes of rich flora and fauna.

The Western Ghats are the main reason for the equitable and sub tropical climatic conditions of Kerala. Its location is also another reason why this state receives heavy rainfall. If you are seeking a retreat from the heat and thinking of enjoying the cozy comfort of Nature or wish to trek on the woody mountain trails or if you are simply answering the "call of the mountains", the hill stations of Kerala is the answer to all these questions. Here, you come across various mountain streams along with undulating flora and enticing fauna. If there is a place you can go to forget your hassles and a place where you can stay away from the routine it will surely be a hill station in Kerala.

Idukki, Munnar, Thekkady and Pullumedu are among the major hill stations of Kerala. Vandanmedu, Chellarkovil, Vandiperiyar and Pattumala are among the other hill stations of Kerala. Pullumedu is a lush green hill station that offers the sights of nearby shrines and pilgrimages. Next is Vandanmedu, which is the major sight for the largest auction of cardamom in India. Chellarkovil is one of the mystic hill stations in Kerala, as it is home to a number of waterfalls. Vandiperiyar too is a popular spot for visitors. It is nicely snuggled between a few major pilgrimage sites of Kerala and temples. Pattumala, last but not the least, is a nature photographer's dream, as it is full of exotic flora and fauna. All these hill stations make Kerala the ‘God’s Own Country!’

Idukki is a significant tourist destination in the map of Kerala. The hill station is immensely appealing for travelers seeking an escape to the mist layered mountains. Situated on the panoramic heights of the Western Ghats, the district is surrounded by mountains.

Lakkadi Hill Station
Popularly referred to as the ‘Gateway of Wayanad’, Lakkidi is a small hill station and a wonderful tourist attraction in Kerala. The small town has been used as a sort of jump off point for exploring the entire Wayanad district.

Malampuzha is a tiny hill station situated at the foot of the Western Ghats, in Palakkad district of Kerala. The place is located 10 km from the town of Palakkad. The entire land of Malampuzha is covered with thick vegetation all over the place.

Munnar is one of the interesting places of scenic as well as cultural interest in Kerala. As Munnar was once colonized and it was also a British holiday destination, one can still notice the remains of the British culture.

The hill station of Nelliyampathy is considered the ‘Gateway to Kerala’. It is one of the most popular travel destinations in Kerala. Fertile valleys, gurgling mountain streams, exotic flora and sweet scented blossoms together make Nelliyampathy an amazing holiday destination in Kerala.

Ponmudi is one of the most visited hill stations in Kerala. Situated around 61 km from Trivandrum, the capital city of the state, Ponmudi is blessed with the enchanting beauty of Nature. It is often called the ‘Golden Peak’ by the natives of this place.

Thekkady (also known as Thekkadi) is a small hill station situated in Idukki district of Kerala. Located on the verges of Kumily, which lies on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Thekkady is home to Periyar National Park.

Located on the Kottayam-Idukki border, Vagamon (also known as Wagamon) is a remote hill station of Kerala. This beautiful hill station is surrounded by a number of highlands and mountains, namely Murugan Hill, Kurisumala Hill and Thangal Hill.

Situated among the misty mountains of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is a natural paradise. The hill station is among the top tourist attractions of Kerala. It is located on a high, scenic and rocky plateau of the Western Ghats.

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