Most Visiting  Hill Stations  In South India

08/JANUARY /2024


Coorg, one of the renowned hill stations in proximity to Chennai, is often referred to as the 'Scotland of India'. This charming town exudes an aura reminiscent of a fairytale.

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Ooty, often referred to as the 'Queen of Hills', is a mesmerising hill station located in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Renowned for its lush green landscapes, the town offers a mystical and romantic ambiance to its visitors. 

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Munnar, a place of abundant beauty, is characterized by endless jungles, winding roads, lush plantations, enchanting waterfalls and foggy hills. This description succinctly captures the essence of Munnar's  natural allure.

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Wayanad, a popular tourist destination, is renowned for its exceptional bird watching sites, standing among the finest in India. This hill station in Kerala also boasts of spectacular waterfalls and exciting trekking trail

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The region, adorned with tea and coffee plantations, is nestled against the Mullayanagiri ranges. It boasts of abundant greenery.

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Yercaud, a charming hill station in Tamil Nadu, has earned the moniker 'Jewel of the South'. The region is abundant with coffee and spice farms that exude a rich aroma, inviting visitors  to explore. 

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Nestled in the Western Ghats, Coonoor is one of the crown jewels of the Nilgiri Hills. This haven for nature enthusiasts is renowned for its sprawling tea estates, favourable climate, and a variety of trekking and  hiking trails.

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Yelagiri, a hill station less explored, is marked by its rolling hills, captivating lakes, and lush gardens.

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