Offering an ocean of visual delights to travelers, South India is blessed with more than its fair share of attractions. Southern India boasts of some magnificent hill stations. The beautiful hill stations of South India are full of lush greenery and adorned with rich biodiversity, housing various exotic flora and fauna. When the summers hit this tropical region, hill stations like Coorg, Wayanad, and Yercaud come to the rescue of those frying in the heat of the coast and the cities.

Araku Valley - Luring tourists with its breathtaking landscapes and pleasant weather, Araku Valley is a beautiful hill station in the Vishakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. The lush green forest and gushing waterfalls of the valley make the journey even livelier. Home to a number of tribal communities, Araku is one of the most famous places to explore the beauty of Andhra Pradesh.

Coonoor - Situated in the Nilgiri District of Tamil Nadu, Coonoor with its breathtaking attractions lure tourists from around the country. There are places that let you experience life with a whole new perspective; Coonoor is one of those places. An enchanting hill station, Coonoor is renowned for its production of Nilgiri Tea. Travellers visit here to escape the worldly worries and soak in its eternal beauty that one needs to see to believe.

Devikulam - Deriving its name from legends, Devikulam is a small hill station situated a little ahead of Munnar. According to popular beliefs, Goddess Sita of Ramayana took bath in the waters of the lake in Devikulam which is now known as the Sita Devi Lake. The water of the lake is now regarded as sacred and pure. Along with its sacredness, the lake is also known for its medicinal properties. The gorgeous green slopes, rare fauna and flora and soothing cool breeze of Devikulam offer a perfect getaway to those seeking escape from the chaotic city life.

Idukki - A densely forested, mountainous region in the south Indian state of Kerala, Idukki’s specialty is in its arch dam which is the largest in the country. Situated at the top of the Western Ghats and surrounded by mountains, Idukki’s beauty is beyond description. This beautiful high range district of Kerala is geographically known for its rugged hills and dense forests. One of the most nature rich areas of Kerala, Idukki has some popular wildlife sanctuaries.

Kodaikanal - Kodaikanal, literally meaning “The Gift of the Forests”, is the princess of hill stations. Offering the best of both the worlds, Kodaikanal is a charismatic hill town in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Blessed with emerald meadows, dancing hills, gushing waterfalls, tranquil forest lakes, old-fashioned churches, and wonderful taste of homemade chocolates, Kodaikanal is spread across the picturesque Western Ghats at an altitude of 7,200 feet.

Kotagiri - The oldest and the third largest hill stations in the Nilgiris, Kotagiri’s climate is claimed to be one of the best in the world. The literal meaning of Kotagiri is the lines of the house of the Kotas. The beautiful hill station is quietly tucked away in the Nilgiris and used to be the summer resort of the British. Unlike Ooty and Coonoor, Kotagiri is situated in an 'open-terrace' massif. The name Kotagiri means ‘mountains of the Kotas’.

Munnar - A beautiful hill station in Kerala, Munnar is where the mountains merge beautifully with the clouds, rivers cuddle with the land and lush green tea plantations offer a picturesque sight to look at. This beautiful hill station of Kerala will leave you mesmerized with its magnificence. Refreshing breeze, mountains covered with mist and acres of tea plantations, beautiful valleys and mud roads between tea gardens and some adventurous ride through the hair pin curves, this is exactly why Munnar is one of the most loved hill stations in India.

Nandi Hills - Nandi Hills, also known as Nandidurg or Nandi Betta is an ancient hill fortress situated in a district called Chikkaballapur in Karnataka. Besides being picturesque and serene, it is also popular among the adventure seekers. Some breathtaking scenery, rare flora, cool fresh air and peace, makes the hills the perfect place for a holiday.  The breath of fresh air, the scenic beauty, and the excellent climate are all Nandi’s ways of calling out to you.

OotyThe Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty, beautifully sits amidst the blue hued Nilgiri Mountains of Tamil Nadu. The stunning green paths overshadowed by towering pine trees will take you back to the British Era. When it comes to emerald landscape, Ooty can put even the most picturesque destinations to shame. With baffling mountains, pristine lakes, flourishing gardens, foaming waterfalls and jaw-dropping wildlife – this hill station of Tamil Nadu comes up as a beautiful destination, enticing all kinds of travellers.

Panchgani - Resplendent with amazing natural beauty and various picturesque locations, Panchgani is a beautiful hill station in the state of Maharashtra. Panchgani is one of the many hill stations which are the result of the constant search of the British for scenic hill stations with pleasant climate. Its beauty is enhanced by a flat piece of land which is called the ‘table top’. This beautiful hill station of Panchgani is nestled in the middle of the five hills in the Sahyadri mountain ranges and amidst five villages known as Dandeghar, Khingar, Godwali, Amral and Taighat.


Our team is 24/7 at your service to help
Your Special Interests