Misty valley hill Resorts is heritage farm houses constructed by Britishers located at the reserve forest of Nelliyampathy hills, Integral part of Western Ghats, a UNESCO APPROVED WORLD HERITAGE SITE due to its great biological diversity and exceptional natural beauty . The majesty of Nelliyampathy Hills (3,500 ft.) slowly unfolds along the mountain road from Nemmara,palakkadu(dist), winding past 10 hairpin bends towards Pulayanpara. from there you have to change your vehicle to a four wheel drive to Misty Valley. It will be an off road drive of 13.5 KM by enjoying a very rare blend of natural beauty and wild life.
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary:
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is arranged between the Nelliyampathy scopes of Kerala and Anaimalai Hills of Tamil Nadu. The asylum is arranged close to a supply that is possessed by sea-going fauna, including mugger crocodiles.
Nelliyampathy Hill, situated in the Western Ghats, is well known for its delightful tea, orange, espresso and cardamom ranches. At an elevation extending between 467 m and 1572 m above ocean level, these slopes are reasonable for trekking and give a decent perspective of Palakkad.
Seetharkundu Viewpoint is situated at a separation of around 8 km from Nelliyampathy. It is trusted that Lord Rama, Lord Lakshman and Goddess Sita rested here amid their outcast. The adjacent Seetharkundu Waterfall, flanked by paddy fields, tumbles from a stature of around 100 ft..This put is one of the natural homesteads occupied with developing espresso and tea. The site can be come to through transports from Palakkad by means of Nelliyampathy.
Nemmara is a provincial town arranged at a separation of around 24.8 km from Nelliyampathy. This town has been isolated into two sections, to be specific Nemmara and Vallangi. The place is well known for the Vela Festival, otherwise called the Nemmara-Vallangi Vela Festival.
Valley Resort is one of the best resorts in Munnar. You are in touch of the nate. Your mind will be relaxed when you are at Misty Valley Resort. As the name shows, Misty Valley is the main attraction in this resort. Song of birds, cool wind, magic mist this combains here to take your mind up to the heaven.
Pothundi Reservoir is accepted to have been built in the nineteenth century for water system purposes. It is arranged at a separation of around 17.5 km from Nelliyampathy, in a little town of Palakkad District. The supply is developed crosswise over two tributaries of Ayalar River, to be specific the Meenchadyppuzha River and the Padippuzha River.
Raja’s Cliff, Nelliyampathy:
Raja’s Cliff, otherwise called the Mampara Peak, is at a rise of around 5250 ft above ocean level. Woodlands, supplies, mountain extents and waterfalls are noticeable from this bluff. This district has various espresso homes, wonderful tea patio nurseries and cardamom manors.
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