10 Places for Trekking In South India you should never miss.

 

The Uber-cool country of India provides some scenic and unique landscapes that are ideal for a magnificent trekking experience. The country doesn’t limit itself only in one direction when it comes to providing the trekking locations. Each of the region has some uniqueness attached to it making it a trekking lover’s paradise. To cater to the needs of adventure enthusiasts we present a list of the best trekking places in India.

1. Kumara Paravata Trek (Karnataka)

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The Kumara Paravata Trek one of the most Challenging Treks in India . It tests your endurance to a certain level owing to its terrain. On this trail, trekkers conquer two peaks namely,the SeshaParvata and then the Kumara Paravata. The surroundings on this trail are absolutely serene and make for a great experience.

Best time : November to February.

Difficulty Level :Medium

2. Kudremukh Trek (Karnataka)

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Kudremukh translates to “face of a Horse”. This Hill has a peculiar name that itself resembles to a face of a Horse.

This is the coolest trek in Karnataka.

Best time : November to February

Difficulty Level : Medium

3. Yercaud (Tamil Nadu)

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It is a hill Station in Salem District of Tamilnadu. This place is eco friendly to all hippies,aking it the best place to trek.

Best Time: July to October

Difficulty Level : Low

4. Chembara Peak Trek (Kerala)

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A trek in God’s own place. Kerala is a stunner! The beauty of the lofty Western Ghats will leave you spellbound. The Chembra Peak treak at an elevation of 6900 feet is a feast for trekkers!

Best time to visit: September to February

Difficulty Level: Medium

5. Kotagiri (near Ooty,Tamilnadu)

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The best Hill Station in South India provides with the Best trekking experience. Kotagiri is one such place and is a good shot for trekkers.

Best Time  :Mid May

Difficulty Level :Average

6. Anthargange Trek (Karnataka)

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The Anthargange is a rocky hill situated in the Shatashrunga Range, known especially for its thrilling caving and nocturnal trek. Caving is more suited for seasoned trekkers. The trek begins at midnight after a briefing session by the guides. Formed from volcanic rocks, the caves are enchanting and challenging

Best time: Throughout the year

Difficulty Level :Challenging

7. Horseley Hills Trek (Andhra Pradesh)

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It is situated at an altitude of 1265 mtrs, popular amongst the newlyweds & families alike is one of the famous hill resorts in Andhra Pradesh. Blessed with thick verdure of various species of plants, unadulterated air and mighty rocks Horsley Hills is a picture perfect fairy-tale enchantment. Go for trekking, hiking, rappelling and zorbing while your stay at the hills.

It is situated near Madanapalle town,Chittoor district(160 km from Tirupati).

Best time : December to January

Difficulty Level :Difficult

8. Araku Valley Trek (Andhra Pradesh)

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Situated near Vishakapatnam, this place provides the best holiday experience to travellers and tourists.On the Other hand,Araku is the best place to trek in Andhra Pradesh.

Take a visit to Borra caves  also.

Best time:Throughout the year.

Difficulty Level :Medium.

9. Ananthagiri (Telangana)

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A perfect getaway from the blistering summer months, Ananthagiri is a breathtakingly beautiful hill resort and best for trekking in the Telangana region.

Attracting kids and couples alike, the hills are endowed with lush rolling ranges, scented coffee plantations, enveloped in mangroves and pristine waterfalls gushing into the ravine.

This hill unfolds as a destination of stunning viewpoints.

Situated at 10 kms from Vikarabad.

Best Time: August to November.

Difficulty Level :Low

10. Idukki (Kerala)

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A mesmerizing hill trek in South India, Idukki, is an idyllic delight. Laden with many sanctuaries, tea gardens, national parks and spice plantations, Idukki provides a unique essence to your trip. 

Situated  at 130 kms from Cochin,provides you the best trekking experience in Kerala.

Best time: Throughout the year

Difficulty Level :Medium

Travel alone, as a couple or with family and we assure you’ll be absolutely mesmerized! So, which hill have you chosen for your next trip?