Devikulam literally means the “lake of goddess” is situated at a height of 1500 metre above sea level. With its lush greenery, salubrious climate, rare flora and fauna, this gorgeous hill station symbolizes nature in her pristine glory.
Rajamala Hill Station
Rajamala the natural habitat of the Nilgiri Tahr, Rajamala is 2695m above sea level. Half the world population of the rare mountain goats which is fast becoming extinct can be seen in this region.
Peermade Hill station
Peermade is a one of the most fertile and scenic parts of the western mountain ranges with vast expanses of tea plantations, interspersed with waterfalls and open grasslands. The temperature falls to five or ten degree Celsius on a fairly warm day here.
Nelliyampathy Hill Station
Nelliyampathy is a bewitchingly beautiful hill station, 1600 metre above the sea level with evergreen forests and orange plantations. The bracing climate and the green magic of the nature enhance the exhilarating experience.
Attapady Hill Stations
Attapady with its beautiful synthesis of mountains, rivers and forest, Attapady is of great interest to anthropologists .Situated on the north-eastern side has the largest tribal settlement.