Kerala is a land of rich biodiversity and wonderful cultural heritage! But the mystic hill stations of the state have been the major reason for the ever-increasing sale of air tickets to the destination. Let’s check out some unique hill stations of this Indian state.

Honoured as “God’s own country”, Kerala is one of the most fascinating states of India that truly amazes travellers with its breathtaking natural marvels and myriad of tempting lures. Ranging from historic township to captivating backwaters – this South Indian state features an amazing geographical diversity. But what makes this part of India so popular amongst naturists and adventurists is the availability of serene hilly retreats that pack in enough charm to captivate one’s mind and soul. Here’s a rundown to top four hill stations in Kerala that draw attention of many travellers and compel them to purchase tickets to the destination.

Mattupetty, Munnar
Mattupetty is perhaps the ideal location for nature enthusiasts contemplating holidays in India for a blissful time in the surroundings of tea-plantation. Located just thirteen kilometres uphill of Munnar, this is one of the charming holiday destinations in Kerala. Mattupetty mesmerises visitors with its verdant rolling grasslands, aroma of tea and coffee plantation, crisscross paths as well as the dramatic sight of Mattupetty Dam. Besides, they can trek the Shola Forest and explore the diverse range of rare flora.

Getting There – Holidaymakers may book tickets aboard flights bound for Kochi International Airport and drive down to Mattupetty. Budget travellers have the options to board a bus or train from Kochi.

Neelimala, a small hilly area of South India is located at Wayanad district of Kerala and remains one of the most preferred holiday destinations among nature lovers as well as hikers booking tickets aboard flights arriving at Kerala, India. Considered as one of the most beautiful places in the state, Neelimala offers breathtaking views of thunderous Meenmutty Waterfalls cascading down the lush green valleys.

Getting There – Britons can disembark international flights at any of the major airports in India and book tickets on domestic flights or trains to reach Vaduvanchal. Hire a cab from there to reach Neelimala in South India.

Apart from being one of the Catholic pilgrimages of India, Amrithamedu shines bright on the itineraries of avid trekkers looking for deals on tickets to board flights landing at South India. This place is also known as Kurisumala. Located nearby the Vagaon Township, the hilly area is surrounded by eye-soothing landscapes and offers a panoramic view of the township. Moreover, tourists can head to Madamakulam, a natural pond, formed at the foot of waterfall and bordered by dense forest as well as large boulders. Amrithamedu is truly one destination that meets all the expectations of nature lovers as well as adventure junkies.

Getting There – International travellers reserving air tickets to take a tour here often disembark flights at Kochi International Airport and drive down to Kurisumala.

Chembra Peak, Wayanad
Chembra Peak is another compelling stop for many thrill seekers netting cheap deals on tickets on Kerala bound flights. Situated majestically approximately twenty one hundred meters above the sea level, this is the tallest peak of Wayanad. Holidaymakers willing to trek the rocky path of Chembra require permission from the Forest Department beforehand. Besides, the peak features a heart shaped lake on the top and according to locals the lake never dries up.

Getting There – British nationals may reserve tickets on international flights arriving at any of the major airports in India and then further take Calicut bound flights.  From there one can reserve cabs to reach Wayanad. Alternatively, tourists may board a train or bus from major Indian cities including Mumbai, Kochi, Chennai and Trivandrum to reach Kozhikode, nearby destination.

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