Treat your eyes to exotic orchids, anthuria, sandalwood trees and much more on the hills of Kerala. Visit Munnar to see the blue sheet of nature, 'Neelakurinji', the exotic flower that bathes these hills in blue once in every twelve years. No doubt, why these hills are called Nilgiris or the Blue Mountains.
Kerala has world’s most beautiful hill stations that are also home to exotic wildlife. These hill stations house some of the most exotic bird and wildlife sanctuaries in the country. They are uniquely different from each other and offer the most delightful experience of nature in all its virgin beauty. Get pleasure from a great holiday vacation on the hill stations of Kerala, a world where tranquility abounds. Enjoy a few days on the lap of Western Ghats, and you will not forget the lifetime experience.
Treat your eyes to exotic orchids, anthuria, sandalwood trees and much more on the hills of Kerala.
Located in the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni & Kundala. This beautiful hill station has sprawling Tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes, and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town.
This Famous hill station of Kerala is located 15km from Munnar. The picturesque beauty of this mountain will make you want to tent here forever. But the Nilgiri Tahr (Hemitragas hylocres), is only one of the reasons to make a visit to Rajamala.
If you are looking for a reason for buying high end binoculars, plan a trip to Ramakkalmedu today. The hilltop also offers a panoramic view of the picturesque villages of Bodi and Cumbum on the eastern slope of the Western Ghats. It is famous for the strong winds and the breathtaking views of Tamil Nadu villages from the hill top.
This serene and attractively beautiful place is a true heaven on earth. With a chain of three hills - the Thangal hill, the Murugan hill and the Kurisumala, Beautiful flowers, bluish brown hills, cotton mist, meadows, breathtaking view all of it can be enjoyed in the enchanting land of Vagamon Hill.
The Vandanmedu region is located at a distance of about 25 Km from Kumily. This is one of the world's largest auction centres for cardamom. A walk through the sprawling cardamom plantations of Vandanmedu is a heady experience.
Chellarkovil is located Just 15 km from Kumily. It is famous for its breathtaking view of the plains and cascading waterfalls is a feast for the eyes. The small village of the hilly region is a picturesque view of the countryside in the lap of nature. This beautiful hill station of Kerala is a popular tourist destination.
Vandiperiyar is located 18 km from Thekkady. The River Periyar flowing through the centre of this town nourishes its vast tea, coffee and pepper plantations. The Agriculture Farm and Flower Garden have a charming array of rose plants, orchids and anthuria. Major plantation groups like RBT, AVT, and Harisson's Malayalam have tea plantations near Vandiperiyar.
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