Wayanad is all in one package.
Wayanad should be given preference if you are planning on spending a vacation with minimal travelling. Within Wayanad you can have an amazing time. Wagamon by itself won’t be anywhere near what Wayanad offers. WAYANAD Only yaar.
Can we go to Meesapulimala now?
Yes Meesapulimala is open for tourist . Where is Meesapulimala In Kerala? Meesapulimala is an Indian peak, the next south of the second highest peak (Manna Malai 2,659 meters (8,724 ft)) of the Western Ghats on the Idukki District (Kerala) and Theni District (Tamil Nadu) border.
In which district is Meesapulimala?
The second highest peak in the Western Ghats after Anamudi, Meesapulimala in Idukki district is a popular spot for trekking and camping.
Which is the best time to visit Meesapulimala?
The best time to visit Meesapulimala is between the month of September to May.
Can you do the Meesapulimala trek on your own?
The Meesapulimala trek is conducted exclusively by KFDC, Munnar. Hence, there is no possibility to do this trek on your own.
Is Meesapulimala trek hard?
Trek difficulty: Moderate
The trek is steep, exhausting and there are no water sources on this trail. After 2-3 hours of trekking, you reach a peak with a single pine tree.
Is Vagamon is open now?
Every tourist place in Vagamon is open to tourists and even off road trekking has been opened from this week. There is no place in Vagamon which is closed to tourists.
Which is the highest peak in Kerala?
Anai Peak, Hindi Anai Mudi, peak in eastern Kerala state, southwestern India. Located in the Western Ghats range, it rises to 8,842 feet (2,695 metres) and is peninsular India’s highest peak.
Where is Vagamon situated?
VAGAMON | Kottayam District, Government of Kerala | India.
Is Thekkady in Tamil Nadu?
Thekkady(Idukki district) is a town near Periyar National Park, an important tourist attraction in the Kerala state of India.
Meesapulimala is an Indian peak, the next south of the second highest peak (Manna Malai 2,659 metres (8,724 ft)) of the Western Ghats on the border of Idukki district, Kerala state. Its peak is 2,640 metres (8,661 ft) above sea level.