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Hill Stations in Kerala

Lakkadi
A place of great scenic beauty with picturesque hills, streams and luxuriant vegetation, one of the highest locations in Wayanad, and registers the second highest degree of rainfall in the world. 3 km from here is Pookode Lake,the natural fresh water lake, very wide and deep, one of the rare reservoirs of water in Wayanad. Surrounded on all sides by meadows and hills, it has become a favorite picnic spot. More »
Mangalam Dam
The Dam is constructed across Cherukunnapuzha, a tributary of Mangalam river. The dam is located in picturesque surroundings. he reservoir fringes on the forest area where there are deer, wild elephants and a variety of birds. There are beautiful parks and lawns adorned with statues. More »
Malampuzha
Malampuzha a major tourist attraction is in the site of a large irrigation dam built across the Bharathapuzha. The town is set at the base of the hills of the Western Ghats and around the large reservoir are beautiful rose gardens and amusement parks for children as well as facilities for boat cruises in the reservoir. The famous work 'Yakshi' done by Kerala's famous sculptor Kanai Kunhiraman is another attraction in this garden. More »
Wagamon
Wagamon 64 km. from Kottayam and 34 km. from Pala, situated at an elevation of 1100 metres above sea level is a trekker's paradise. It is a very ideal tourist spot surrounded by the greenery of tea gardens, beautiful meadows, valleys and dales. Other attractions: Thangal para, lndo-swiss project, Kurisumala Ashram. More »
Idukki
En route to Munnar, 121 kms. away from Kottayam lies Idukki, a small hill town surrounded by a spread of beautiful, wooden valleys and meandering streams. Famed for its arched dam built across the Periyar river, Idukki literally means a narrow gorge. More »
Wayanad
Area: 2132 sq. km. Population:671,195 (2001 census) Altitude: 700 - 2100 m above sea level Wayanad is one of the districts in Kerala that has been able to retain its pristine nature. More »
Munnar
The nature-lover's paradise. Snuggling in the green and serene Kannan Devan Hills, lies the quite and restful resort of Munnar, at an altitude of 1524 m and 136 km off Cochin. More »
Nelliyampathy
A forest range 75 kms. (travel time: 2 ½ hours) from Palghat, the Nelliyampathy hills comprise a chain of ridges cut off from one More »
Echo point
Lock Heart Gap (13 km from Munnar) This is an ideal place for adventure tourism and trekking. The fresh mountain air, the mist-clad hills and panoramic view make it worthy of a visit. More »
Ramakalmedu
(16 km from Nedumkandam, Thekkady-Munnar Road) Rolling green hills and the fresh mountain air make Ramakalmedu and enchanting retreat. More »
Peermede
Location: About 40 km from Kumily,Idukki district, central Kerala. Attractions: 915 m above sea level. More »
Thrissanku and Peeru hills
Located 4 km from Peermede, half a km from Kuttikanam. The landscape here is breathtaking with rolling hills and a gentle breeze caressing. More »
Rajamala
Fifteen km from Munnar, the famous hill station of Kerala, is the beautiful Rajamala. More »
Pandikuzhi
Location : 5 km from Thekkady This picturesque spectrum of exotic flora, fauna and gurgling streams is cradled between Chellarkovil and the Tamil Nadu border. More »
Ponmudi
Location: About 61 km from Thiruvananthapuram city,south Kerala. Altitude: 915m above sea level. More »
Agasthyarkoodam
Location :70 km from Thiruvananthapuram. Attractions :Rare herbs and medicial plants. The Agasthya forest believed to have been the abode of age Agasthya, More »
Devikulam
Devikulam is a dainty town, sixteen kilometers southwest of Munnar. It consist of irresistibly green slopes touching the sky at a thousand metres and its silent clusters of slender red and blue gum trees. More »

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