Wayanad is one of the beautiful hill stations in Kerala which is situated in Nilgiri. The place is filled with plantations, hills as well as green forests with vast tribal culture. Wayanad is bordered by Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Tourists and even locals can purchase tribal handicrafts, spices, and honey here. The resorts of the place attract most of the tourists including adventure enthusiasts, nature lovers, and photographers. Enjoy the famous cuisine of mutton stew here.
It is a romantic hill station which is in Thiruvananthapuram, district of Kerala. You can explore the Western Ghat mountain range which is running parallel to the Arabian Sea. Ponmudi consists of thick green forests which are must to explore on Kerala trip. Small rivers and waterfalls add charm to the beauty of this place. Leopards, elephants, and sambars can be spotted in the sanctuaries.
The place is counted among the top beautiful hill stations in Kerala situated on the border of Kottayam – Idukki. Some of the things that make this spot attractive for the visitors include waterfalls, hills with tea plantations, tall pine trees, and cloudy weather. National Geographic Channel has listed this place as ‘top 50 best places to visit in India’.
The place is small but famous hill station situated in Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary. Adventure enthusiasts can enjoy a visit to this place to explore several dams and enjoy cruises between Kulamavu and Cheruthoni. If you are the lucky one, you’ll get to spot the leopards and elephants in rainy and winter seasons. People who love trekking will love this place.
It is one of the largest districts situated in Kerala that consist of Western Ghat mountain range. The place has many interesting things to offer such as waterfalls, spice plantations, elephant rides, wildlife sanctuaries, mountain treks, etc. The Arch Dam situated here has unique architecture and is must to explore on Kerala trip.
The place is a famous hill station which was originally called as Sultan’s Battery. Basically, it is a town situated in the district of Wayanad, Kerala. Caves, temples, waterfalls, sanctuaries, and museums are the major attraction for the tourists.
It is a small but exquisite hill station which is popularly known as ‘Gateway of Wayanad’. People who love rainfall will enjoy a visit to this place as it is one of those hill stations in Kerala that has highest rainfalls in India. Photographers and nature lovers can take delight in capturing rainy photographs here. On the way to Thamarassery Ghat, one will get to experience the zigzag curvy roads.