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Nilambur, Mallapuram, Kerala

The place Nilambur is synonym to Nilambur Teakwood. Equally famous are its Bamboo and Mahogany. This pretty place is situated on the banks of the Chaliyar River near to the Nilgiris of the Western Ghats.

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Silent Valley, Attapady, Palakkad, Kerala

A pristine uninhabited valley in the Nilgiris biosphere of Palakkad district is the most ecologically assorted terrain on earth. In 2003, a frog genus of the Jurassic era was discovered in here. The endemic flora

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Wayanad, Kerala

A Heritage land of intense roots, astounding myths, tropical forests and stark terrains is Wayanad. The winding hairpin bends or the Ghat Roads locally known as Thamarasherry Churam offers spectacular view of the city of

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Vagamon, Idukki, Kerala

Vagamon is a hill station on the border of Kottayam and Idukki district situated at1200 meters above sea level. The misty hills, with beautiful flora and fauna is a destination for both the fast paced

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Idukki. Kerala

Idukki is the power generator of Kerala. The second largest district in the state with a rich and vast expanse of forest land which dominates living spaces. Idukki is renowned for its towering peaks with

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Thekkady, Idukki, Kerala

Thekkady has every luxury of being a tropical hill station. Dense forests along with grasslands and rich wildlife. It is definitely the destination for jet setters. Thekkady is one of the major producer and exporter

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Munnar, Idukki, Kerala

Munnar literally means three rivers, it gained its name from the union of three rivers namely, Nallathani, Kundala and Mudhrapuzha. Referred as the Swiss of South India rests at an altitude of 5200feet above sea

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