The southern region of India is praised for its unspoilt beauty and natural setting. There also are numerous hill stations that are renowned to be the best travel destinations for leisure travelers.
Along with the vivid colors of nature, travelers can also visit architectural attractions such as temples, caves, monuments, etc.
Here is a small list of top five selective hill stations of South India that you should must visit.
Ooty (Tamil Nadu), “the queen of hills”, is fair enough to be on the list of top five hill stations of South India. The natural beauty, pleasant climatic conditions and numerous tourist attractions make it a sought-after travel destination in India. During the months of summer, Ooty is flocked by tourist from all parts of the world. Doddabetta, the highest peak in Nilgiri, is one of the major attractions in Ooty. Moreover, there also are attractions such as The Government Botanical Garden, Lake View, Pykara, beautiful tea plantations, etc. The rich flora and fauna could also be spotted in Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary.
Munnar (Kerala) is a beautiful and an incredible hill town in South India. The congregation of three mountain streams, namely Mudrapuzha, Kundala and Nallathanni., bestow the place with an unspoilt beauty. There also are beautiful lakes where nature lovers can spend some time in adoring the nature and settlement. Tourists can also add the element of thrill and excitement via various activities such as Paragliding. Some of the other tourist attractions in Munnar are a Chinnar wildlife sanctuary, Evarikulam National Park, The Christ Church, and Mudapetty Dam.
Idukki (Kerala) is regarded as a nature blessed hill town of South India. The wildlife sanctuaries, mountain trekking, elephant rides, etc., are some of the attributes that make this hill town a sought-after destination. Thus, Along with nature lovers, adventurous travelers also feel attracted to this hill town. The lush green forests also add to the beauty of the place. Moreover, the place also offers some of the heart-throbbing scenic views of the surrounding.
The old-world charm of the Coorg (Karnataka) has attracted tourists from all parts of the world. The peacefulness of the place and natural setting is adored by visitors. Tourist attractions such as Iruppu Falls, Abbey Falls, Madikeri Fort, and Raja’s Seat, also make this place worth a visit. Moreover, Coorg is also a favorite destination for wildlife enthusiasts as it features Nagarhole National Park.
Coonoor (Tamil Nadu) is located at a very short distance from Ooty. For a memorable trip, tourists at times combine both the destinations in their itinerary. Coonoor is majorly famous for its tea gardens. Moreover, tourists can also visit attractions such as Sim’s Park, Pomological Station, Pasteur Institute, Law Falls and Lamb’s Rock.