Wondering where to visit this summer? Best places to visit in South India


A beautiful hill station in Kerala known for its lush greenery, scenic views, and rich wildlife.A must visit getaway for all nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

The temperature ranges between 20°C to 30°C, making it ideal for outdoor activities like trekking, sightseeing, and wildlife safaris.

Things to Do: Stay in wilderness, trek to Chembra Peak, zipline through tea plantations, visit Soochipara waterfalls

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The mesmerising tea plantations, rolling hills, and cool weather make Munnar a great place to relax and unwind in the summers.

Things to Do: Visit eravikulam national park and spot rare species of Nilgiri Tahrs, Lakkam waterfalls, Relax in the offbeat viewpoint of Top station, trek to Anamudi peak, take a stroll among the lush tree plantations

Located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, it is the "coffee land" of Karnataka. It offers breathtaking views of lush green valleys, rolling hills, and meandering streams and seems a perfect getaway for your long weekends.

You can explore the various trails through the hills and experience the thrill of adventure amidst the scenic beauty of the place.

Things to do: Visit the coffee plantations, trek to Mullayanagiri & Bababudangiri Peak, visit Kudremukh National Park to spot some rare species of birds, visit the Estate cafe to sip hot coffee with amazing views

Coorg in Madikeri district of Karnataka is known for its natural beauty and is often referred to as the "Scotland of India." and the pleasant weather in April makes it a great time to explore the scenic beauty and indulge in various outdoor activities.

Things to do: Visit the Dubare Elephant Camp,Namdroling Monastery, indulge in some adventure activities like river rafting, take a jeep ride to Mandalpatti.

Coorg also offers several trekking trails that pass through scenic locations like the Brahmagiri Peak, Tadiandamol Peak, and the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

Being one of the most popular hill stations in South India, Ooty always has a special place due to its charming weather, misty mountains and ravishing Nilgiri hills.Driving up the winding roads, past the thrilling u-turns, taking a heritage ride on the Nilgiri toy train past the beautiful mountains makes it such a treat to visit

Things to do: Take a ride on the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, visit vast tea plantations, relax by the Emerald lake, visit Avalanche Forest reserve

Coonoor is a small quaint town located near Ooty and is a great getaway if you want to enjoy the Nilgiris away from the crowds in Ooty.

Coonoor has the beauty of tea plantations, valleys, ravines and waterfalls all around.Sipping on piping tea with breezy views of the valley are just some of the endless things to do in Coonoor

Things to do: Stay among the tea plantations, Enjoy the misty views from Lamb's rock, visit centuries old heritage bungalows ,don’t forget to try all the different assortments of food in local bakeries!