Hill Stations That Have Not Yet Been Fully Explored In Kerala!

Written By

Gopika VC

Devikulam, a lovely hill station 1800m above sea level in Munnar, is a must-see Kerala hill destination.


It is a must-see paradise in Ernakulam with stunning views, panoramic landscapes, brooks, and lush foliage.


Visit Nelliyampathy in Palakkad, a lovely hill station if you're nearby. The Sahyadri and Western Ghats include beautiful Nelliampathy.


Painavu, a commercial hub in the Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, at 3900ft altitude. Trekking is great here because of the lush woodlands.


Nature enthusiasts and honeymooners appreciate Thiruvambadi, a Kozhikode hamlet on the Iruvanjippuzha River surrounded by green mountains.


This peaceful hamlet near Thiruvananthapuram is a lesser-known Kerala hill station. Vithura is a great place to relax in nature due to its beautiful scenery and mild climate.


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Malakkappara, the "Angel of Rocks" is near Chalakudy. The lush greenery, vast tea plantations, dams, and waterfalls of this lovely hill station add to its serenity.


This charming hill station in Kerala's Ernakulam region attracts nature enthusiasts and Christian pilgrims.


This Pathanamthitta hill station is a tourist wonderland with vegetation, fauna, spice plantations, lakes, and tree cabins.


This hill station in the Wayanad has a nice climate and is known for its beautiful scenery and peaceful atmosphere.