Hill Stations information
This hill station a mere 61 km from Trivandrum is a tourist's paradise.
One gets enchanted by the sheer abundance of nature; the shimmering green
waters of the winding streams and verdant woods do not spare anybody.
It is at an altitude of 100 ft perched on the Western Ghats.
It is a range of hills separated by valleys of dense lush green woods
and orange plantations. The tallest peak here is Padagiri which is at
a height of 1572 m while the shortest one is 467 m. The two and a half
hour journey from Palghat to Nelliyampathy is a very thrilling one because
there are nearly 12 hairpin curves on the ghat road. Also, dense jungles
come on the way. Pothundi reservoir is a lovely place which is worth a
Wagamon is engulfed by green tea gardens and deep puzzling valleys. All
the trekking enthusiasts will enjoy climbing this 1100 tall hill. Situated
at 64 km from Kottayam, this place also has to offer Thangal Para, the
Indo-Swiss project and Kurisumala Ashram.
Lakkadi registers the second highest degree of rainfall in the world.
The place is is just green green green. It is one of the highest locations
in Wayanad enriched with streams.
It is situated in the north eastern tip of Kerala with Panamaram, Mananthavady
and Kabini rivers enriching the land. Abundance of coffee, tea, cardamoms,
Pepper and rubber plantations captivates one and all.
Thirteen km. away from Munnar lies Mattupetty, at an altitude of 1700
m. above the sea level. The Indo-Swiss Dairy Project with the green meadows
and the exotic cattle and the rose garden also attracts tourists.
Situated at 16 km southwest of Munnar, this picturesque location, offers
a unique feature-clusters of slender red and blue gum trees.
the lake of the goddess, has a lovely little lake hidden within the rolling
hills. According to legend, Sita Devi, the holy consort of Lord Rama,
came down to frolic in the lake and the place came to be known as the
present name ever since.
Malampuzha is in the site of a large irrigation dam built across the longest
river in Kerala, the Bharathapuzha. It is set at the base of the hills
of the Western Ghats.
amusement parks and facilities for boat cruises make this an ideal picnic
are the rock garden, the fish-shaped aquarium, the snake park, the ropeway
which takes the tourist on an aerial tour of the park, and the famous
work Yakshi (an enchantress) sculpted by Kanai Kunjiraman.
The most interesting
feature of the rock garden is that the whole place is made of unwanted
and broken pieces of bangles, tiles, used plastic cans, tins and other
The garden is a master
work of sculptor Padmasree Nek Chand Saini. His rock garden in Chandigarh
is world famous and attracts thousands of tourists every year.
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