Meesapulimala Trekking Near Munnar


Meesapulimala is the second highest mountain peak in south India. It is situated near Munnar town in Idukki district, Kerala state. It can be reached ONLY BY TREKKING. The mountain peak is at a height of 2,640 meters or 8,661 feet above sea level. Meesapulimala. Image courtesy – Laser Shine. Meesapili mala means ‘Tigers moustache…

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Bekal Fort – The Largest Fort in Kerala State

Bekal Fort is the largest fort in the state of Kerala. Bekal Fort is spread over an area of around 40 acres on the Arabian Sea coast at Pallikere in Kasaragod district of Kerala state, India. Bekal Fort is close to Karnataka state border. A stairway inside the Bekal Fort. The steps lead to a…

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Gods Own Country, Kerala


Gods Own Country, Kerala, lies in the southern most part of India. It is one of the most sought-after tourist destination in India and National geographic magazine has earlier recommended Kerala as one of the ‘must see places’ in one’s life time. National Geographic’s Traveler magazine named Kerala as one of the “ten paradises of the world”…

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Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary on the Banks of Vembanad Backwaters

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is situated on the Vembanad backwaters front in Kottayam District, Kerala state, India. This bird sanctuary is home to many species of birds, especially water birds. Grey Heron Ardea cinerea at Kumarakom Birds Sanctuary Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is an ornithologist’s paradise. Migratory birds comes in large numbers here. Earlier it was known as Baker’s Estate as the…

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Silent Valley National Park

Silent Valley National Park is spread across Palakkad, Malappuram Districts of Kerala State & Nilagiris District of Tamilnadu, in India. It’s a tropical moist evergreen forest. Lion-tailed Macaque, endemic to the Western Ghats. Silent Valley is the home to the largest population of Lion-tailed Macaque, an endangered Primitive species. Public outcry over their habitat led…

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Vechuchira Perunthenaruvi Water falls near Pathanamthitta


Perunthenaruvi waterfalls is at a  distance of 8.6 Kilometers from the town Pathanamthitta, in Kerala State, India. Perunthenaruvi Falls This falls is located in the holy river of ‘Pamba’, a sacred river for Hindus, which originates near to the very famous Hindu Pilgrimage temple at Sabrimala. It is located in the Western Ghats. Kerala tourism department is…

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Visit the Niagara of India – Aathirapally Falls

Athirappilly Waterfalls

Athirapally Waterfalls, on Chalakudy River, is one of the beautiful water falls in India. It is situated in Kerala state. This falls is situated in Thrissur District of Kerala ans is known as “The Niagara of India”. Aathirapally Falls. Chalakudy river originates in Anamudi mountains, highest peak in south India, situated in Idukki district. Anamudi…

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Munnar Hill Station and Nearby Tourist Attractions

Neelakurinji at Munnar

Munnar  is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. The highest peak in South India, Anamalai, is situated in these range of hills. Munnar hills are  part of Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Chinnakanal, Munnar. This picturesque hill station is known for its rivulets, tea plantations and colonial bungalows built during…

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