Hill Stations In Kerala That You Must Visit To Experience Scenic Beauty


Hill stations in Kerala are gifted with a cooler climate, verdant mountains and green valleys. Here is a list of famous hill stations in Kerela. Read ahead

Written By Krupa Trivedi | Mumbai | Updated On:
Hill stations in Kerala

God's own country of Kerela offers a wonderful collection of hill stations. Its dense green locations, coffee and spice farms, amazing waterfalls and many other things, make the place a worth visit. Hill stations in Kerela are known for their beauty and good weather and it also assures tourists that their experience at these stations would be memorable. Read on to know about the top hill stations in Kerela.

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Situated at the junction of three rivers, Munnar is one of the famous hill stations in Kerala. Located at an elevation of about 1600m above sea level, the place is known for its unparalleled shades of green. There are several places that dot Munnar with gorgeous landscape and some of them are Pothamedu, Devikulam, Pallivasal, and many others.



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One of the famous and wonderful hill station in Idukki District, Thekkady, is a perfect place to get relaxed. Tourists can enjoy a peaceful vacation between the rich flora and varied fauna enveloped by green rotating hills. Moreover, one of the main attractions is the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, where one can enjoy elephant safaris and boat cruise.

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Vagamon is situated 1200m above sea level and is marked by the lofty green mountains and cascading waterfalls. Far away from the busy days and bustling city noises, this place can be a great weekend getaway. Do not forget to visit Meenachil River, Illikal Peak, Poonjar Palace and Maramala Waterfalls in Vagamon.



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Ponmudi is a very small hill station which is famous among those who love trekking. The hill station has a rich river, Kallarthat which is surrounded by lush forest. You can spot many exotic mountain flowers, butterflies and rich tea estates in Ponmudi. Peppara wildlife sanctuary, golden valley, deer park, and Meenmutti are some of the famous tourists attractions.



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Wayanad is actually a pleasant destination for a weekend trip. Being counted among the most prominent hill stations in Kerala, Wayanad offers the majestic beauty, dazzling waterfalls, thick rainforest and spice plantations. October to May is the best time to visit Wayanad and Soochippara Waterfalls and Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is a must-visit location.

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