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Munnar

Hill Stations in Munnar Palakkad Idukki Peerumedu Wayanadu National Geographic Traveller included Kerala amoung the 50 most saught after destinations of the world. Justifying the inclusion they wrote, “Statistically Kerala stands out as the Mount Everest of social development.” Leaving aside the splendid heritage of Kerala and presenting the physical face alone.

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Peerumedu

Lying at 914 mts above sea level, this beautiful plantation town got its name from the famous Sufi saint Peer Mohd. who was a close associate of Travancore Maharajas. Unending vistas of cardamom, rubber, coffee and pepper plantation dotted with beautiful water falls add charm to this place. The wide open grass lands, mist clad hillocks and tiny revulets make this place a trekkers paradise.

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Palakkad

granite fort The well preserved granite fort in the heart of Palakkad town dates back to 1766 AD and was built by Haidar Ali of Mysore. Later it was captured by British and then by Zamorin. Today it is preserved by the Archeological survey of India.

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Wayanad

Wayanad is an area in Kerala which still preserves its virgin land scape and greenery. On a clear day a view of the district from the hill tops will give us the impression that we are in a fairy land. Wayanad is known for its pristine natural beauty and the large population of tribal people.

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Idukki

This landlocked district is the most nature rich district in Kerala. Even though a large area of this mountain land has been transformed into tea, coffee, pepper and eucalyptus plantations, the district still preserves a substantial stretch of original forest land. Idukki offers diverse attraction like wild life sancturies (Periyar, Eravikulam, and Idukki wild life sanctury).

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