Tourists wishing to spend their vacations amidst fresh and clean air of the hills readily choose Kerala hill stations as the obvious choice. They yearn to feed their senses on the captivating beauty the nature offers generously at Kerala. A curious mix of adventure and serenity is observed in these hill-stations with picturesque scenes of milky waterfalls; spread out lakes with crystal clear water; mighty high rocks and rolling mediocre hills; dense and mysterious evergreen forests teeming with diverse and rare flora, fauna and aero fauna; and gorgeous hill-plantations of tea, coffee, rubber and fragrant cardamom.
Kannur Hill Stations
Kannur is one of the tourist attractions in Kerala being home to the well-known Pythal Mala hill, 65 km from the city. The Pythal Mala is a delightful hill station for the tourists, situated at a height of 4,500 feet above sea level, near the Kerala – Karnataka border.
Kozhikode Hill Stations
Tourists looking for a relaxing holiday in the pristine beauty of nature, yet unexplored by much tourists, Vellarimala in the hilly reaches of Kozhikode district is the answer. The Kanjirapuzha (tributary of river Chaliyar) runs through...
Munnar Hill Stations
This is a beautiful hill station engulfed with never ending tea plantations; situated 133 km from Cochin at an altitude of 1800 meters above see level. The hill station on the Western Ghats of Kerala has lakes, reservoirs, forests and tea estates within its vicinity.
Wayanad Hill Stations
Wayanad at a height of 700 to 2100 metres above the sea level is a hilly area and has the largest concentration of tribals in the state of Kerala. The road going up from Kozhikode to the Wayanad plateau is easily one with the best views.
08 Nights / 09 Days
Kumarakom - Houseboat - Thekkady - Kodaikanal - Munnar
03 Nights / 04 Days
Cochin – Munnar – Cochin