Nelliyampathy Hill Station

Nelliyampathy hill station is located just 75 km from Palakkad in Kerala situated at an altitude of 467 m to 1572 m above sea level. Nelliyampathy hills comprise a chain of ridges cut off from one another by valleys of dense evergreen forests and orange plantations. Nelliyampathy hill station in Kerala is an exotic place with lush green and fertile vegetation, misty hills and charismatic blooms that gives a combined vacation of relaxation and attraction. The blend of aroma of coffee, tea and spices are a delight of this hill station luring the tourists to stay around and enjoy the direct aroma wafting through the air.

Also those who love adventurous tasks are bestowed with multitudes of exciting and thrilling activities such as mountain climbing and trekking at Nelliyampathy. Main Attractions near Nelliyampathy.

Jungles of Sahya Ranges: These Sahya Ranges are famous for its evergreen forests.

Padagiri: Nelliyampathy has the highest peak at Nellikotta which is also called Padagiri. The hills dipped in the pristine beauty of nature are sprinkled with picturesque tea, coffee, cardamom, vegetable and orange plantations. The hills of Nelliyampathy are a delight to adventure lovers and trekkers.

Seethakunda: Seethakundu offers a fantastic view of the valley below-a wide angled panoramic picture of about one third of Palakkad, as beautiful as the green Valleys of Kodaikkanal.

The Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary: Sprawling over 285 sq.kms, this neighbouring sanctrary shelters the largest population of wild Gaur ( Bison) The Cannimare Teak Tree, said to be the largest in the Asian continent towers roughly 5kms away from Thunakadavu-the headquarters of Parambikulam.