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8 Offbeat Hill Stations in Kerala this April

By: Akshatha Vinayak

Sometimes a less crowded place makes our vacation a beautiful one. Here are some offbeat hill stations which you can visit in Kerala this April!

These destinations are scenic, pleasant and also less crowded. In these hill stations you can just listen to the music of nature, enjoy the pristine weather and also getaway from the scorching heat.

Nelliyampathy

Nelliyampathy

Who wouldn't like a pristine and a less crowded place? Nelliyampathy is for the people who love hidden destinations. It is a picturesque hill station in Palakkad which is worth your time.

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Ilaveezha Poonchira

Ilaveezha Poonchira

Ilaveezha Poonchira is a paradise for nature lovers. The vistas of the mountain peaks and the auro of the hill station is just alluring. Tourists can visit this offbeat hill station in Kerala trip and beat the April heat!

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Devikulam

Devikulam

Devikulam is a small getaway around 9km from Munnar. It is known for the Tea estates which makes the place evergreen. The beautiful vistas of this place is ideal for the vacation time during summer.

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Chembra Peak

Chembra Peak

Chembra Peak is known for the heart shaped pond enroute to the top. It is a beautiful trekking destination in Wayanad. The serene atmosphere surrounding this peak is a must try.

Ponmudi

Ponmudi

The lush green forest makes Ponmudi more beautiful and alluring. It is a hill station in Trivandrum which serves as a camping site for camping and trekking. The scenic landscapes of Ponmudi is worth a visit in April.

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Ranipuram

Ranipuram

Ranipuram was earlier called as Maadathumala in Kasargod. It is one of the picturesque hill stations near Panathady in Kerala. This untouched beauty is very attractive and is also a trekkers paradise.

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Peermade

Peermade

Peermade was once a summer resort of Maharajas of Tranvencore. Today, it is a beautiful hill station with many waterfalls and lush greenery. The grasslands, pine forests and the hilly slopes keeps the weather pleasant and cool during the summer months.

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Malayattoor

Malayattoor

Malayattoor is a small hill village and a popular Christian pilgrimage centre in Ernakulam. The thick forest cover and hilly slopes makes it alluring.

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A travel around these lesser known hill station will introduce the hidden vistas of Kerala tourism. Ponmudi, Nelliyampathy, Peermade, etc. are the hidden destinations which are worth your time.

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