Peermedu is a slope station in Idukki region of Kerala. Otherwise called Peermade, It is rich land at a height of 915 m in the Western Ghats amongst Kuttikkanam and Thekkady. Peermedu is gradually turning into a prevalent choice among Kerala Hill Stations. The town takes its name from Peer Mohammed, a Sufi Saint who is accepted to have been the main merchant of flavors in the district and close partner of the regal group of Travancore.
Peermedu once filled in as the mid year withdraw for the Rajas of Travancore and the royal residence here is a vital landmark. The scene of Peermedu incorporates breathtaking waterfalls, elastic plants, tea, espresso, pepper and cardamom manors, open prairies and pine woods.