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Best Hill Stations In South India During Summer

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South India Synonymous with temple areas, places of historical importance, archaeological sites, hot idlis with backwaters, and chutneys is famous for dosa. But not only this, it is often referred to as a place with a hot temperate climate. At the same time, there are many such places in South India which also provide cold places, unlike their hot regions. The lush green mountains are being explored here and you are surrounded by its magnificent valleys and calm water, which leads you to a unique view. So, see below some best hill stations in south India during summer.

Ooty:

Ooty must definitely be first on the list. One of the most popular and popular hill stations in South India, Ooty is a perfect combination of lakes, waterfalls, valleys, scenery, and many tea estates that greet you as soon as you start your climb to this destination.

Kodaikanal:

Located at the summit of the Upper Palani Hills, it is located close to Madurai in Kodaikanal Tamil Nadu. Kodaikanal has been one of the most sought after destinations for unknown years and attracts tourists from all over the world. 

Coonoor:

Kannur is a hill station located very close to Ooty and often known as the extension of Ooty. The city is located at an altitude of 1,850 meters above sea level. Many trekking expeditions are often held there.

Coorg:

The birthplace of the Kaveri River, Coorg is one of the most feared rivers in the South. Coorg is also locally known as Kodagu which is located in the Western Ghats of South Western Karnataka.

Kudremukh:

Situated at a distance of about 95 km from Chikkamagaluru district, the place is named after a horse-shaped peak. It is situated on the banks of the Arabian Sea and its hills are constantly connected to each other.

Munnar:

Surrounded by winding areas of the mountains, Munnar Hill Station is situated on the Western Ghats. Munnar, located in Kerala, which is called the house of God, is named after three rivers. Which represents the strange confluence area of the rivers Madhurpuzha, Nallethannit, and Kundali. 

Anantagiri Hills:

It is located in the Elysian Trimula Hills at a distance of about 112 kilometers from Visakhapatnam. It is an attractive hill station in Andhra Pradesh. It is an ideal getaway during summers.

Araku Valley:

If you think that Visakhapatnam / Vizag was just a place with ports in your geography textbooks, its time broadens your horizons. A spectacular place in Andhra Pradesh is Araku Valley, which is located in the Eastern Ghats and is one of the least polluted, untouched beauties and is not commercialized as much as the rest of the hill stations in the south.

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