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Explore These Hidden Hill Stations In The Pathanamthitta District Of Kerala

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One of the fastest-growing and significant districts in Kerala, Pathanamthitta is unknown to many travellers and tourists. From pilgrimages sites to waterfalls and hills to beautiful plantations, the boundaries of this unexplored beauty have enveloped everything which is certainly capable of leaving its visitors awestruck.

The major reason every traveller should visit this wonderful expanse lies in its green surroundings and natural presence. Due to its uncrowded sites and unpolluted atmosphere, it has started gaining popularity amongst offbeat travellers.

So, if you are one amongst these unconventional travellers, who love exploring beyond limitations, then Pathanamthitta is your stoppage this season. With the commencement of the monsoon season, its natural beauty has reached its summit. Let's move ahead and learn about the beautiful hill stations in the Pathanamthitta district of Kerala.

Chittar

Located at a distance of about 20 km from the core settlement of Pathanamthitta, Chittar is recognised for its rubber plantations and cultivation of pineapple, ginger and pepper. Therefore, the surroundings of Chittar are always painted with lush vegetation. However, it was once a hub of coffee and tea plantations.

Even though there are not many sites to witness and savour apart from its lush greenery, it is assuredly a place where you can get lost in the hush of nature amid a calm and peaceful environment away from the noisy atmosphere of city life. Ain't you looking for such a composed site to soothe your nerves?

Gavi

GAVI KERALA

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Considering its scenic beauty and spectacular views framed at the time of dawn and dusk, Gavi seems like a small paradise tucked away in the expanse of Pathanamthitta. It is located at a distance of around 80 km from Pathanamthitta city centre.

Patched with beautiful luxuriant forests and dotted with several scenic points, the land of Gavi is a part of Periyar Tiger Reserve and hence, it remains filled with diverse wildlife throughout the year. From species of flowering plants to endangered animals and squashy meadows to relaxing waterbodies, each end every corner of Gavi is meant to be explored.

Such is the freshness and contentment in the atmosphere of Gavi that you will certainly not like to leave its boundaries once you have stepped inside them. So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and be on the tracks leading to Gavi in Kerala.

Ranni

Nestled wonderfully about 40 km from Pathanamthitta city centre, Ranni is popular amongst locals for its dense rich forests, which comprise of hills, waterfalls and wildlife. During the monsoon season, the environment of Ranni turns greener, thereby, making it a perfect spot to relax and laze by the presence of nature.

Settled on the banks of Pamba river, the history of Ranni dates back to thousands of years and hence, you can also find several spots of historical and religious significance here. You must visit Ranni if you desire to witness the hidden splendours of Kerala.

Achankovil

WATERFALL ACHANKOVIL KERALA

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The ultimate destination in the Pathanamthitta district of Kerala, Achankovil is a must-visit destination and shouldn't be ignored by any traveller or tourist. The exotic beauty of its forests and the melodious gushing down of its waterfalls, Achankovil is blessed with everything a natural place would demand.

Named after Achankovil river which beautifies the expanse of Kerala, the region of Achankovil is enriched with prolific vegetation and thriving wildlife. It is located at a distance of about 60 km from Pathanamthitta town and hence, it is easily accessible by road. If you are nature lover and are looking for a destination where you can witness the hidden magic of nature, then the region of Achankovil is the site you should consider exploring this season.

Konni

Another beauty sprawling amid lush greenery of Kerala, Konni is a beautiful town which is commonly known amongst locals for the presence of Elephant Training Centre. However, apart from this, Konni is also home to several other tourists attractions, which include temples like Sree Mahadevar Temple and waterfalls like Kumbhavurutty.

You can also visit Kattathipara and Adavi Eco Tourism here. As there are not many spots within the boundaries of the core settlement of Konni, you need to explore the region outside the town, which is generally covered with lush green vegetation. So, what do you think of visiting this beautiful yet unexplored town this season?

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