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Welcome to Kerala's Enchanting Hill Stations

Where Serenity Meets Adventure

Escape the heat and hustle of the plains by venturing into the cool embrace of Kerala's captivating hill stations. Nestled amidst the Western Ghats, these picturesque retreats offer a perfect blend of natural beauty, tranquility, and adventure. Whether you're seeking breathtaking vistas, thrilling treks, or peaceful getaways, Kerala's hill stations promise an unforgettable experience for every traveler.


Munnar: Discover the charm of Munnar, a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Lose yourself in the rolling hills adorned with lush tea plantations, where the air is fragrant with the aroma of freshly brewed tea. Trek to the majestic peaks of Anamudi, explore the pristine beauty of Eravikulam National Park, and immerse yourself in the tranquility of Mattupetty Dam.


Wayanad: Embrace the untouched beauty of Wayanad, where verdant forests, cascading waterfalls, and sprawling spice plantations await. Trek through the rugged terrain of Chembra Peak, explore the ancient caves of Edakkal, and embark on a wildlife safari in Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Unwind amidst the serene surroundings of Pookode Lake or rejuvenate with an Ayurvedic retreat amidst nature's bounty.


Thekkady: Experience the wilderness of Thekkady, home to the renowned Periyar Tiger Reserve. Cruise along the tranquil waters of Periyar Lake, keeping an eye out for elephants, tigers, and other wildlife that call this sanctuary home. Trek through the dense forests of Gavi, indulge in bamboo rafting adventures, or simply immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature's symphony.


Vagamon: Discover the hidden gem of Vagamon, a lesser-known hill station blessed with pristine beauty and tranquility. Trek to the idyllic meadows of Vagamon Kurisumala, where panoramic views of the surrounding valleys await. Paraglide over lush green landscapes, explore the mysterious caves of Thangalpara, and rejuvenate your senses amidst the serene ambiance of pine forests and rolling hills.


Plan Your Hill Station Getaway:

Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or simply a chance to reconnect with nature, Kerala's hill stations offer an idyllic escape from the chaos of urban life. With their breathtaking landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and warm hospitality, these hill stations invite you to embark on a journey of discovery and rejuvenation. Start planning your hill station getaway today and experience the magic of Kerala's highlands.


Famous for its mist-covered hills, Ponmudi is known as the Kashmir of Kerala. Ponmudi hill station is in the Western Ghats, situated at an altitude of over 1,000 meters above sea level. It is a hidden jewel of Kerala, making this the best holiday destination for those who seek a calm vacation. 

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Chembra Hills (Chembra Pala)is one of the highest peaks in the Western Ghats situated in Wayanad. Chembra Peak in Meppadi, regionally known as Chembra Kodumudi, is the highest peak in Wayanad. The District Tourism Promotion Council provides a trekking opportunity in the hills. This 4Km trek to the peak of the mountain is a wonderful experience that lets you know nature at its true essence.

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Chembra Peak
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Anamudi is the most sought-after destination in Munnar. Anamudi peak (8842 ft) is the highest peak of South India. The name Anamudi means Elephant's head because of its shape. It is home to the largest surviving populations of Asian Elephants, endangered Gaurs, exotic Nilgiri Langurs, and lion-tailed macaque. A trek to the peak of the hills is worth the effort, a walk to enjoy the rivers flowing inside the jungle, the animals, inhabitants, the greenery.

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Sabarimala is a famous pilgrimage in Kerala, situated in the Western Ghat mountain ranges. It is inside the Periyar Tiger Reserve in the Perinad Village at an altitude of 914 meters above sea level and is accessible only by foot from Pamba (4 km). The temple is inside the luxuriant forests, letting devotees enjoy nature’s untouched beauty as river Pamba caress its sides. Devotees from any religion can Visit the temple barefooted in the Pilgrim season (from November to mid-January).

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Agasthyarkoodam is a 1,868-metre tall peak in the Western Ghats, with enchanting beauty to offer. The forest around the Agasthyarkoodam peak is well-known for its abundance of rare medicinal herbs and plants. The trek through the hills is the most adventurous and exciting experience Kerala can offer you. 

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Ranipuram is one of the best tourist destinations in Kerala, Located exactly in Kasaragod district. Visitors choose regular buses or jeep trips to reach the heights, by experiencing the common sight of elephant herds and the village life on the roads. The major attractions of Ranipuram hills are its versatile vegetation that includes evergreen shola woods, monsoon forests, and grasslands. 

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Idukki Dam

Besides the Munnar hill station, Idukki has a lot to offer, such as Top station (location along the Kerala – Tamil Nadu border), Kolukkumalai, Ramakkalmedu, Peerumedu, Grampi, Kudayathur Mala. Munnar is the leading hill station in Idukki, familiar to almost everyone visiting Kerala. Kolukkumalai, Nadukani, and Kodiyathur Mala are a few remote destinations not known to many tourists visiting Idukki.

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Munnar Hillstation

Munnar is the most visited and celebrated hill station in Kerala. Munnar is known for its beautiful bungalows, tea factories, wildlife sanctuaries, rubber plantations, dams, and forests. For those visiting Munnar, there are a lot of resort options that will enhance the experience a lot better. Idukki town itself has many hidden treasure troves waiting for you. 

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Thangal Para is a famous tourist attraction and a holy place for Muslims in Vagamon. This site showcases spiritual beauty and calmness. People from all religions and beliefs come to seek blessings from Sheikh Fariuddin. It is the tomb of Sheikh Fariuddin and a mosque under a rock, which makes it a holy place for the devotees. Apart from this, the view from the peak of Thangal Para is exceptional. Not only Muslims but also all types of tourists visit the place to get a soul-stirring experience.

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