Kerala is more popular the world over for its beautiful beaches, bewitching backwaters, silky sand, sensuous sea and wilderness of the wildlife. But there is more to Kerala than this. Far off in the heights of the Western Ghats, Hill stations in Kerala have a wild attraction. The Kerala Hill Stations are the most perfect choice if you want to getaway from the city noises, deadlines, stress, tension and crowd. Decorated with meandering roads, ravishing rivulets, splendid springs and wondrous waterfalls, these hill stations are really different from other popular hill stations of India.
The lush green hill stations of Kerala that serve as a carpet to the Western Ghats are a big draw with the tourists who flock in huge numbers towards these eco-tourism locales that dot all the districts of the state. The hill stations of Kerala are rich bio diversity zones containing a wealth of natural resources including minerals, greenery and wildlife. A holiday in the mountainous retreats of Kerala can remain an unforgettable experience.
Munnar Hill Station is the most popular hill station in Kerala and it is one of the famous tourist destinations in Kerala. Munnar has several plantations of which tea is the major crop. Several of our tea producers have plantations and factories in Munnar.
Wayanad is a hill station in Kerala surrounded by mountains, rivers and forest.
Ponmudi is another popular hill station in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala. Ponmudi is home for many beautiful flowers, birds and butterflies. This hill destination is ideal for long walks and treks.
Anamudi is the highest mountain peak in Kerala in the Munnar hills. Anamudi hills is one of the areas in Kerala which receives high rainfall. This mountain peak has evergreen forests around it. Bamboo and Teak are the common trees found around here.
Marayoor is a popular hill station which is often preferred for honeymoon. The wind here is so medicated because of rare species of herbal plants in vast collections.
Vagamon is a hill station located in the Kottayam - Idukki border of the Kerala state. Vagamon is called the trekker's paradise because it is an ideal place for trekking and a beautiful tourist destination surrounded by the greenery of tea plantations.
Mattupetty, Attappady, Nelliyampathy, Adimali, Devikulam, Kattappana, Peermade, Lakkkidi, Nilambur, Chembra Peak, Ramakkalmedu, Vandiperiyar are also beautiful hill stations in Kerala.