Kerala, as you know, is known for its wide range of sightseeing opportunities. The attractions of Kerala vary from hill stations to wildlife, beaches to coasts, and more. Kerala is the final name for a vacation in the mountains. The panoramic hills and forests add beauty to this charming landscape. Nature lovers will be excited visiting Kerala hill stations and wildlife sanctuaries as they provide a unique experience.  It is very well-known that the view of sunrise and sunset from the mountain is a rare sight that leaves you speechless. Also, a drive through the mist-covered mountains is a feeling beyond words.

The snow-kissed lush green valleys and the ancient settlements make the mountain tours exceptional.  Besides, the view of water flowing from the edge of a cliff or rocks is jaw-dropping. Most of the Kerala hill stations are also famous for wildlife spotting and are home to a wide range of flora and fauna. The hill stations and forest add to Kerala's magical bonding with mother nature. The mountain destinations, set on the backdrop of Western Ghats, lie closer to the forest region. Moreover, the evergreen Forests and RainForests beautifies Kerala's diverse topography. The forest region includes National Parks, Biosphere Reserve, Wildlife Sanctuaries and Tiger Reserves.

The most notable hill-stations and forest destinations of Kerala are Munnar, Wayanad, Vagamon, Thekkady, Ponmudi, Gavi, Idukki, etc. These holiday spots are perfect for backpackers, solo travelers, and families. Anamudi, the highest peak in Southern India, is situated in Munnar.  Other prominent attractive hills for sightseeing in Munnar include Top stations, Rajamalai, Kolukkumalai, Devikulam, Mattupetty, etc.

Other destinations mentioned also have amazing mountain attractions that excite the holidayer. Holidayers, especially those who seek an escape into the woods and hills, should check-out packages that include a visit to Parambikulam, Silent Valley, Pampadum Shola, Nelliyampathy, Chembra Peak, Ramakalmedu, and more.