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Hill Stations in Kerala

Kerala is one of the most favoured tourist destinations globally. Its importance can be well realized from its geographical location. Kerala offers its tourists some amazing hill stations with thin streets snaking round the misty hills, and spices and tea plantations covering most of the hilly terrain. The unexplored, pristine serenity of the following hill stations of Kerala fill you with inner-peace, and provide one with an opportunity for rejuvenation.

Munnar
Kerala’s most famous hill station is Munnar. It is also the abode of the highest South Indian peak, Anamundi. Munnar drives its name from the names of three rivers. The Eravikulam National Park which is at a distance of 15km from Munnar, is the highlight of this hill station. Echo Point is another favored spot for the tourists. Munnar is known for its sprawling tea and spices plantations, dams and wild life sanctuaries.

Wayanad
Wayanad is a famous hill station in the north of Kerala which still houses the aborigines of the hills. This tribe lives in Wayanad’s verdant purity untouched by modernity. Wayanad is mostly visited by tourists for its lush green expanse of forests, spice gardens, mist-clad peaks, and vibrant cultural heritage. Edakkal Caves form another prime spot for the tourists to marvel the nature’s beauty.

Vagamon
Vagamon is the most beautiful hill station of Idukki with cool air and a placid life. It is famous for the three hills that it is made of. Each hill signifies a different religion which makes Vagamon an emblem of peace and brother-hood. The verdant meadows, cotton mist, huge tea plantations and spice gardens make for a breath-taking view. The adventure loving tourists can try their skill at mountain trekking, para-gliding and rock climbing.

Ponmudi
Ponmudi is a favorite picnic spot among all the other hill stations because it is at a comfortable distance of 61kms from Thiruvananthapuram. The Golden Valley offers a scenic viewpoint. The vast tea estates and cottages in the valley attract a good number of tourists. If one is travelling to Ponmudi then one can also enjoy the traditional Aaranmula Boat Race of Kerala. Moreover, from Ponmudi Varakala can be reached quite easily which is a famous beach and a Hindu pilgrim centre.

The hill stations of Kerala are different from other hill stations of India as they offer a slow paced tranquil life to the visitors. The tourists get an opportunity to surrender their self in the lap of nature.