Palakkad in Kerala, South India gets its name from a combination of two words 'pala' that means 'a tree' and 'kadu' that means 'a forest'. Clearly the name itself indicates the extent of natural beauty and picturesque charm that is all pervading in Palakkad in Kerala, South India.
Palakkad is also known as Palghat and lies on the foothills of the Sahayadri ranges, at a distance of 80 kilometers to the northeast of Trichur in Kerala, South India.
Palakkad hill tours to Kerala, South India unfolds a scented world of orange, cardamom, cashewnut and coffee plantations that very obviously contribute to the pleasing natural beauty of this hill station in Kerala, South India.
While on Palakkad hill tours to Kerala, South India you discover the pleasant fact that this region is rightly known as the 'Granary of Kerala' as the soil and climate in this part of Kerala, South India is perfect for paddy plantations.
While Palakkad hill tours to Kerala, south India you must visit the interesting tourist attractions located in this part of Kerala, South India. Some of these are: Nelliampathy, Dhoni Hills and Silent Valley. There are quite a few places near Palakkad in Kerala, South India that are ideal for excursions while you are on Palakkad hill tours. Some of these excursion sites are: The ancient temple at Thiruvalathoor, Malampuzha Garden, the memorial to Thunchath Ezhuthachan, who authored the Adhyatma Ramayana and the Vishwanatha Swamy shrine.
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