Whenever we remember Kerala, relentless picture of backwaters, beautiful beaches, lush vegetation and wild fauna comes to mind. But Kerala is much more than that, dressed in an exotic tea. Located on the most remote corners of the cliffs and ravines of the Western Ghats, Kerala, a paradise on earth, is well known for its mountain resorts. The hill stations of Kerala are lush green homes of the rich flora and fauna.
The Western Ghats are the main reason for the fair and sub tropical climate of Kerala. Its location is also another reason for this state receives heavy rainfall. If you are wanting to get away from the heat and thought to enjoy the comfort of nature or if you want to hike on the wooded mountain trails or if you are simply responding to the "call of mountain ", the hill stations of Kerala is the answer to all these questions. Here you will meet various mountain streams along the flora and fauna wavy enticing. If there is a place where you can go to forget your worries and a place where you can stay away from the routine, it will surely be a hill station of Kerala.
Idukki, Munnar, Thekkady and Pullumedu are among the major hill stations of Kerala. Vandanmedu, Chellarkovil, Vandiperiyar and Pattumala are among the other hill stations of Kerala. Pullumedu is a green hill station that offers views of shrines and pilgrimages nearby. Next is Vandanmedu, which is important in the eyes of the largest auction of cardamom auction in India. Chellarkovil is one of the mystical mountain resorts in Kerala because it is home to a number of waterfalls. Vandiperiyar is also a popular place for visitors. It is beautifully nestled between some major pilgrimage sites and temples of Kerala. Pattumala, last but not least, is the dream of a nature photographer, because it is full of exotic flora and fauna. All these hill stations are "God's own country! Kerala.