By TCI Published on 20/02/2021
10 Hill Stations In South India
Known as the Scotland of South India, Coorg aka Kodagu is best known for its coffee plantations and Kodava cuisine
Famous for its tea estates, the region is often called the Tea Capital of Kerala.
Blessed with viewpoints, lakes, gardens, tea estates, waterfalls, wildlife, it is rightly called the Queen of Hill Stations.
This small and scenic town is best known for its tea estates and dotted with waterfalls, parks, and viewpoints.
From coffee plantations, spice gardens, and orange groves to parks, lakes, Yercaud has a refreshing mix of attractions and activities.
The major attractions in Kodaikanal range from lakes and parks to waterfalls and viewpoints.
This small and scenic town is one of the best hill stations in South India for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Yelagiri is only a few hours journey from major cities like Bangalore and Chennai, making it an ideal weekend getaway option for the city crowd
The hill station is located in the foothills of the Mullayanagiri Peak and attracts travelers, family holidaymakers, adventure enthusiasts, and coffee lovers alike
10. Ananthagiri Hill
Ananthagiri Hills is dotted with spiritual and religious landmarks, including caves, forts, and temples