The hill stations in Kerala are small crowns that wrap the range of Western Ghats. When one speak about Kerala, what directly come to our mind are the tranquil and gorgeous Beaches, thrilling Backwaters, silky sands, Lush green environment and enchanting Wildlife. What frequently slips our mind is that Kerala is also crowd to some of the most beautiful hill stations in the country, a fact not known to many of us. The major Hill resorts of Kerala are: Munnar, Neliyampathy, Ponmudi, Tusharagiri, Peruvannamuzhi, Wayanad, Pythal Mala, Peerumade, Ranipuram, Devikulam, Ezhimala, Vagamon etc.
Munnar Hill Station
Munnar hills are situated at an altitude of 5000 to 8000 Ft above sea level. Munnar hills are located at the convergence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathani & Kundala. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India – Anamudi, which towers over 2695 m. Anamudi is a perfect spot for trekking. The high ranges of Munnar were earlier known as Kannan Devan Hills, named after a certain Kannan Devan, who had been land lord in the Anchanad Valley on the eastern side of the district. The main cultivation crops in Munnar are Tea and Coffee.
Vagamon Hill Station
Vagamon hill station it is situated at about 60 km from Kottayam and 65 km from Idukki district in Kerala. Located at a height of about 1100 meters beyond the sea level, Vagamon is prettily bounded by three chains of hills namely Thangal hill, Kurisumala and Murugan hill. It is a very perfect traveler spot bounded by the plants of tea gardens, beautiful meadows, deep puzzling valleys and dales.
Thekkady hill station
Thekkady hill station is at a height ranging from 700 m to 1900 m in the Idukki district. It lies on the Western Ghats in the state of Kerala. Thekkady is one of the main tourist destinations in India. It boasts of a sky-high literacy percentage and a proud culture and tradition, which have maintained throughout the ages. Tradition and culture compliments the natural beauty of the state in entertaining tourists from across the globe.