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Top 5 Hill Stations in South India

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If you think only northern part of India has best hill stations then you might have to think again. The southern part also has some unspoiled beauty and natural hill stations as well and some of them are renowned for being one the best travel destination in India among mountain lovers. From vivid colors to architectural monuments, temples, caves to illuminated gold like sunsets and serene twilight you can experience it all. Let’s see some of the best hill station in South India where you can go for your next vacation.


Nilgiris from Pasur


Who hasn’t heard of this place? It is in the state Tamil Nadu and is known as “the queen of hills” for its utmost beauty. It is in the top five list of hill stations of South India for its pleasant climate, natural beauty and innumerable tourist visiting every year. You can’t miss the sunrise and sunset from the Doddabetta, highest peak of Nilgiri. The government Botanical garden, the lake View, Pykara and the rich collection of flora and fauna in Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary are enough to keep you busy for a week. It has a numerous number of tea estates along with those lofty mountains. Mystical forests and stretched out grasslands for miles will never make trekking boring.





This incredible hill station is in the Kerala which is known as God’s own country. The three mountain streams Mudrapuzha, Kundala, and Nallathanni are the most visited place in Munnar for its serene atmosphere. And if you want to get your own time and spend that quality time with yourself there are many lakes around to calm your soul. But if you are driven by adventure then you can also do paragliding. The tea estates, natural viewpoints, the idyllic hills the wide variety of flora and fauna makes this place a must visit.



Sunrise from Thadiyandamol, Coorg


It’s old charm and peacefulness attracts thousands and thousands every year from all over the world. Soak your soul in the natural setting of Iruppu Falls and Abbey Falls which will make you fall for nature every single time. And if you like trekking then you can also trek from Brahmagiri or to the Pushpagiri range. No questions why it is called the Scottish of South India. The humble locales and the alluring beauty of the mountains will surely take your breath way.


The Road Less Travelled


It is in a short distance from Ooty and is famous for its tea gardens and greenery. Being the second largest hill station in Nilgiri Hills this is a must visit in Tamil Nadu. The placid nature of this Colonial culture and attractions like Catherine Falls, Law Falls, the manicured hills and the amazing panoramic view of the Nilgiri hills will make you fall in love with the place.


Yercaud  Hills


Yercaud is known as the jewel of south although it is not that famous. It is full of divine temples and mystical caves. It is perfect for any weekend gateway to get away from your corporate life. Apart from these, you can also indulge yourself in trekking to those misty hills along with the Yeracaud’s tranquil tea estates.

So, enjoy your trip to South India and revel in the beauty of these majestic mountains.


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