The hill stations of Kerala exude a charm of their own that is simply unrivalled. From lush green environs, pristine breeze, astounding natural beauty, snow-clad mountains and far-flung meadows, the hill station of Kerala presents before travelers one of the most enchanting facet of the God’s Own country.
Located at an elevation of 1,300 m is famed for plantations of coffee, pepper, tea, cardamom and rubber. Further, the hill station is adorned with breathtaking vistas and snow-clad Mountains that add up to the beauty of Vythiri. One can also enjoy a never like before staying experience at the tree-top houses and resorts
The hill station situated in the Idukki district of Kerala is an astounding paradigm of natural beauty and serenity. Located at the confluence of three rivers namely Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly, Munnar is famous for its verdant gardens of tea, ancient churches, dams, waterfalls and the famous Eravikulam National Park. One can enjoy Elephant Safari at the national park and experience the great bio-diversity of the wildlife center.
The hill station of Devikulam is an epitome of unrivalled beauty and lush greenery. Exotic bio-diversity accompanied with far-flung mountains makes Devikulam one of the most sought after hill stations of Kerala. Moreover, one can also find numerous lakes and mineral springs that bewitch tourists with the very first look.
Stunningly enriched with a wide range of exotic plant and animal life as well as natural beauty, Idukki surprises every backpackers as soon their set their foot on this landmass. The hill station is famed for its spice and tea plantations, overflowing rivers and the famous Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary.
The hill station of Vagamon is located in the Kottayam district of Kerala. Counted amongst the best trekking destinations of Kerala, the hill station is also known as the 'Scotland of Asia'. The dense pine forests and far flung meadows add up to the beauty of the hill station. Some of the famous points of interest located here are Thangal Hill, Mooppanpara, Murugan Hill and Kurisumala.