Nature-diversity is one of the major attractions in Kerala. There are many mountains in the state. Many of these mountains are converted to fine hill stations where the tourists find themselves enjoying their vacations to the fullest. Hill stations in Kerala are noted for their nature diversity and charm. Finer weather, lovely atmosphere, etc. also attract tourists. The available chances for adventure tourism make hill stations favorite destinations for the tourists who love adventure.
Attapady is situated on the north-eastern side of Palakkad district, 38 km. away from Mannarkkad. It spreads over an area of 745 sq. km. Attappady is one of the largest tribal settlements in the state. The grandiloquence of this great symphony of forests, rivers and mountains is awe- inspiring. Many tribals… read more
According to legends, the five Pandava brothers - epic heroes of the Mahabharatha - stayed near this rock, during their exile. Located 2000 ft. above sea level and spread over 20 acres, the name of the rock is said to be a modified version of the original term Anchupara (five… read more
Ezhimala hill station, located just 7 km away from Payyannur and 55 km. away from Kannur, is one of the top hill stations in Kannur district. The term Ezhimala is formed from two Malayalam words 'ezhu' and 'mala' which mean seven and mountains respectively. Thus, the term ezhumala denotes and… read more
Ilaveezhapoonchira is one of the comparatively virginal and unexplored tourist destinations in Kerala, located 55 km. from Kottayam and 20 km. from Thodupuzha at a height of 3200 ft. above sea level.. Many visitors have found it an ideal tourist spot, especially trekkers. At the spot, you can view four… read more
The town of Lakkidi is a small hill station, often referred to as the Gateway of Kerala's Wayanad district. This town is used as a kind of jump off point in exploring the entire Wayanad region by countless people every year. The entire region is known for containing impressive mountain… read more