Kerala is an abode for spectacular beaches, beautiful hill stations, excellent wildlife sanctuaries, sparkling backwaters, revitalizing Ayurveda resorts, and wonderful adventure opportunities. However, the state has many less crowded yet fabulous places with unknown waterfalls such as Ponmudi, Nelliyampathy, Vagamon, Kalpetta, Thenmala, Poovar, Neyyar Dam, and many more.
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Nelliyampathy is known for its orange cultivation, tea gardens, and bio-farming. This hill station is famous for its pristine landscape and also for a wide range of thrilling activities such as trekking, boating, camping, and tea plantation visits.
A high 100 meters waterfall also attracts a lot of tourists. Some of the tourist attractions near Nelliyampathy are Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Nenmara Village, Nelliyampathy Hills, Padagiri, Raja’s Cliff, Palagapandi Estate, Malampuzha Gardens, Seetharkundu Viewpoint, and Pothundi Reservoir.
Kalpetta is a bustling town that attracts wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers known for its natural beauty. Trekkers can enjoy the panoramic views of a heart-shaped lake surrounded by pristine lands with dense forests.
There are many good hotels and resorts in Kalpetta that offers affordable accommodation. Some of the places to be visited near Kalpetta are Vythiri, Chembra Peak, Karapuzha Dam, Vaduvanchal, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Banasura Sagar Dam, Puliyarmala Jain Temple, Meenmutty Falls, Kanthanpara Waterfalls, and Thirunelly Temple.