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Top Unexplored Coldest Places In South India

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Th bright summer sun is fun but nothing beats the calmness and serenity of a pretty decent winter, where you can bundle yourself with layers of blankets and indulge in mugs of hot beverages. The chilly wind blowing across your face as you wake up in the morning is definitely something worth waking up for. Therefore, no matter where you are, everyone deserves a fine trip to a really cold place.

When people say cold we often think of cold icy places in Jammu and Kashmir or amidst the eastern hills in Uttarakhand; but, did you know there are pretty amazing cold places in South India too? This summer, these four places are where you should be in order to escape the heat. So, read on to know more about these places.

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Lakkidi

Lakkidi

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Kerala is definitely a place to be in, for the heat or for the cold; no wonder it is called God's Own Country. A tiny little hill station known by the name Lakkidi happens to be one of the coldest places in South India and has a very cold climate throughout the year.

The reason behind this cold climate of Lakkidi is that it receives the second highest rainfall in the world. This immense degree of rainfall paired with its altitude, 700 m above sea level, blesses this tiny winter haven with mist and fog, which makes it look more like a winter scene in a fairy tale land. The wildlife and the vegetation just add on to its existing exotic beauty, making it the best possible winter destination in South India.

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Horsley Hills

Horsley Hills

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One of the most charming places that you can find in South India is a pristine little hill station in Andhra Pradesh called Horsley Hills. From rich biodiversity to cool breeze blowing all year long, this tiny hill station has everything one can ask for in a perfect summer getaway. If the heat of the summer bothers you, this is definitely a place you should be in. How about taking a break at Horsley Hills and chilling out in its cold environment?

Araku Valley

Araku Valley

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It's not only the hills that get blessed with the boon of a cool climate and a breath of fresh air; Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh is just a right instance for it. This beautiful little valley has a cool and refreshing climate all year long.

Apart from that, it has an amazing trekking terrain, blooming orchards and ancient caves. Apparently, it gets only better if you are a coffee lover on account of its wonderful coffee plantations.

Also read:An Unforgettable Journey to Araku Valley

Lambasingi

Lambasingi

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Ever heard of Andhra Kashmir? Well, If you haven't, you definitely need to know about it now. Lambasingi is a beautiful hill station situated at an altitude of 2600 ft in Andhra Pradesh and its temperature drops below sub-zero during the nights.

Also read:Lambasingi - The Kashmir Of South India

So, if a very cold weather is what you desire and are looking for it in South India, your destination is definitely Lambasingi. Regarding the luxuriant vegetation, Lambasingi has rich and flourishing vegetation making it the best summer retreat you can find in South India.