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6 hill stations in South India that you must visit

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Suresh Revanasiddappa
About visit to Ooty,Coonoor & Kodaikanal
by Suresh Revanasiddappa on Jun 06, 2015 02:55 PM

It was pleasant visit to the above said places, especially at the time of Honeymmon

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Dipankar Mukherji
Series of Hill Stations on west coast
by Dipankar Mukherji on May 25, 2015 03:20 PM  | Hide replies

Mumbai to mangalore take a flight. Then Mangalore --> coorg-->Wayanad-->Ooty-->conoor-->Kodaaikanal--> Munnar --> Cochin. Take a flight back to Mumbai. One can go the reverse direction also. if you dont want to go to Mangalore then come to bangalore which 260 km from Coorg and take flight back.

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Re: Series of Hill Stations on west coast
by kapil on May 27, 2015 11:37 AM
seems you forgot one, Ponmudi hill in Trivandrum, beautiful place, climate is better than all other place. Water taste is too good, you will say that you want live there. it is 35km away from Trivandrum airport.

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Re: Re: Series of Hill Stations on west coast
by Radhakrishnan on May 27, 2015 02:46 PM
Apart from that, Kovalam is a must visit designation. The Taj resorts offer monsoon packages which are a steal and the Taj Kovalam is unique!

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rajan phanse
munnar national park
by rajan phanse on May 25, 2015 02:24 PM

I agree with anilji, it had been to munnar in 1999 , that time also I spand almost 1 day but only spotted elephants , sorry to say but govt is cheating people, they must take some action.

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anil kumar joshi
Munnar-National Park
by anil kumar joshi on May 25, 2015 10:43 AM  | Hide replies

If you visit Munnar,visit all the points but do not waste your time and money in seeing National park.Kerala Govt has not taken any step atleast to have a view of one animal.Not a single animal could be spotted on 18th April 2015(it was not too sunny-nor cloudy.When we asked some of the security people after walking ,we were shocked to know that even they have not spotted any animals.At least Kerala Govt should some arrangement like Karnataka has done in Bennarghatta park.Its shear wastage of time-money-un-neccessary walk from Bus drop point to so called view point.

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babu rengaraj
Re: Munnar-National Park
by babu rengaraj on May 25, 2015 09:20 PM
i think u r talking about rajamalai national park.this park is formed to protect nilgiri thar only. don't compare with other national parks.
you can visit near by chinnar wildlife sanctuary to look for wild animals

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Re: Munnar-National Park
by kapil on May 27, 2015 11:39 AM
to see animals live you have to go to Muthanga forest, near vayanadu.

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