The Kerala has three of the high-altitude hill stations on the Western Ghats. Kerala itself is the land of rolling stones of the Western Ghats High Ranges in South India. You can feel you are in the Gods Own Country once visiting Kerala and the below mentioned hill stations. The Idukki District itself is a hill station consisting of major high ranges with an altitude of 4000-ft to 8600-ft above the mean sea level.
It is advisable to book Kerala tour packages from Jaipur through online. You must see the following hill stations are in the attraction list.
This is the birthplace of Ayurveda and Yoga in India. The famous Vedic period sage Agyasthiyar is still believed to be living here by practicing Yoga and Ayurveda. Now, this is a popular hill station in Kerala promoting wellness tour with Ayurvedic spa and Yoga in the hilltop resorts. The Agasthiyar temple is the ancient temple near to the Agasthiyar falls, which is in the Tamil Nadu side of these hills of the Western Ghats at its south end in Kerala. This place is popular for its Agasthiyar Koodam Trekking trials.
Munnar is the highest hill station in Kerala of the Western Ghats. It is the hideout place of the South Indian’s during the summer season. It is a popular place for honeymoon tour too. The Suryanelli promotes luxury resort tourism. You can find budget lodges in Munnar and see its nearby attractions like Eco Point, waterfalls in Periya Kanal, tea garden, Idukki Dam and wildlife sanctuary. These places are always filled with mountain mist and have a gloomy weather. The best time to visit Munnar is from November to June.
The Wayanad in North Kerala is a budget-friendly place to take a tour once in Kerala. This hill station is un-touched by modernization. You can be with Mother Nature all around your tour. You must visit its top Chembra Peak (2100-m), which is the fourth highest mountain peak on the Western Ghats. This peak is accessible by a simple mountain trek. It is advisable to avoid the monsoon season (June to October) to tour Wayanad in Kerala.
This is a silent hill station in Kasargod district on the Western Ghats bordering with the Karnataka State. It is now a popular hill station known for its mountain trekking trials on the Western Ghats. This is the best place to see the sub-tropical rain forest. There are many traditional hill top cottage and budget hotels to stay at an affordable price. The best time to visit this place is from November to March. The monsoon season June to October is rain fed and not good for trekking and camping.
This is an exotic location in the Malappuram District of the Kerala State. The name of the district itself is the land of rolling hills. The Nilambur, Kakkadampoyil, Nedumkayam and Kodikuthimala are the best place to take a budget tour. You will be in the sub-tropical rain forest on the Western Ghats. This is a scenic place to take photography along with the mountain mists. There are woods, valleys and water fall to look around this hill station. This is an all-season tourist place. It looks much exotic in the monsoon season.
You can book online Kerala tour packages from Nagpur. You will get some discounts. Kerala is a tourist’s friendly place.