Munnar

Munnar

Munnar is a picturesque hill-station at an altitude of 1600m whose beauty is enhanced by tea plantation that spread across several square kilometers. Munnar is also blessed by several seasonal and non-seasonal waterfalls. Places to Visit Some of the places that can be visited are listed in the links below, and many other places that are worth exploring are at the bottom of the page. […]

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Ponmudi

Ponmudi

Ponmudi is a hill station that is located at about 55 km from Thiruvananthapuram/Trivandrum. At a height of 1100m/3100ft above sea level, Ponmudi offers panoramic view if the surrounding hills and valleys. Road to Ponmudi Empty Hill Station! Beautiful Landscape covered by clouds! The drive to Ponmudi is very scenic. The narrow road passes through thick tropical forests of the Western Ghats. The narrow dwindling road […]

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Ooty

Ooty

Ooty is popularly called as the queen of hill stations. Ooty is short for Ootacamand, and is also called as Udagamandalam. Ooty is a picturesque hill station and has become quite commercialized in the recent years. You can see enough visitors on any weekend throughout the year. Getting to Ooty itself is an experience. You can reach Ooty either from Coimbatore or from Mysore. Each of […]

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Chikmagalur

Chikmagalur

Chickmagalur is around 200 km from Bangalore, and is famous for its coffee plantations. There are several places around Chikmagalur that can relax you mind. Some of the places I have visited have their own pages as below.   Yagatchi Dam Hanuman Gundi Falls   Alekan Falls There are several other places that are worth exploring Belur Halebid Kemmangundi Mulayangiri Peak Baba Budangiri Hills Manikyadhara

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Talakaveri

Talakaveri

Talakaveri (also spelled Talacauvery) is located on the slopes of Brahmagiri Hill in the Kodagu or Coorg district of Karnataka. It is situated at a height of 4200 feet, and offers some amazing views of the forests and valleys around. Talakaveri is also the birth place of River Cauvery. The origin of the river is a small spring, where water spurs out. A small tank […]

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