Hill Stations in Kerala – PEERUMEDU
Altitude: 915 m above sea level
Temperature:15 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius
Best time to visit: Throughout the year
Also known as “God’s own Country”, the pristine beauty of the state of Kerala has today made the state one of the most popular tourist destinations of India. Promoting tourism in Kerala are the various tourist destinations in Kerala, which attract several tourists to the land with the lure of their rich natural beauty and vibrant culture. One of these exotic locations in Kerala is Peerumedu or Peermade as it is also known.
Named after a Sufi saint Peer Mohammed, Peerumedu is blessed with a history that forms one of its most important attractions. Located around 85 km to the east of Kottayam, the weather of Peerumedu is invitingly cool and moist, a perfect excuse for that weekend getaway to Peerumedu. The green slopes of the region are also the perfect place for newly weds to be if they are keen on a honeymoon in Peerumedu. Surrounded by rich plantations of tea, coffee, cardamom, rubber and eucalyptus, the entirety of Peerumedu is enveloped with a fragrance that is heady and delightfully intoxicating!
How to Reach Peerumedu
The nearest railway station to Peerumedu is at Kottayam, located around 85 kms away from this hill station.
A number of well- maintained roads connect Peerumedu to the other major cities of Kerala as well as a number of neighboring cities which actually fall in Tamil Nadu.
Get more details on specific hill stations by clicking links below:
|1. Idukki Hill Station||2. Munnar Hill Station|
|3. Devikulam Hill Station||4. Ponmudi Hill Station|
|5. Attappady Hill Station||6. Peerumedu Hill Station|
|7. Vagamon Hill Station||8. Wayanad Hill Station|