5 South Indian Trekking Sites you should never miss

Being South Indians many might worry about the travelling expenses and distance we have to cover to Himalayas or Overseas for a good trekking expeditions. Here are 5 popular trekking destinations in South India, that you should probably visit in life for sure.

Trekking destinations in South India
Trekking destinations in South India

After celebrating a long festival like Dussehra, we all want to enjoy a quite trip that will rejuvenate us and also work as a healthy, easy exercise for our eyes, body. Basking in the nature’s womb and enjoying the pleasures while coming out healthy is also possible when we go for trekking. When we go for trekking in a group or alone, it leaves us with a new experience that everyone should at least one experience in their life. Being South Indians many might worry about the travelling expenses and distance we have to cover to Himalayas or Overseas for a good trekking expeditions.

Here are 5 popular trekking destinations in South India, that you should probably visit in life for sure.

  1. Nilgiris Green Lake Trek:-
Nilgiris Green Lake trek
Nilgiris Green Lake trek

In beautiful Niligiri hills you can enjoy trekking by visiting Nilgiris Green Lake Trek, located in Ooty. It is an experience which you should never miss out. This trek lasts around 6-8 hours. The best season to visit this place is September-March. It would be an excellent workout for people who are fitness enthusiasts.

  1. Perumal Peak:-
Perumal Peak
Perumal Peak

These are one of the highest peaks of the Peumalmalai hills. You can see beautiful views and it is relatively an easy trek. This peak is located in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu and people would love this place if they are new to trekking. It takes 6-8 hours for trekking. The best season is from January-May.

  1. Tadiyandamol Peak:-
tadiyandamol Peak
tadiyandamol Peak

This hill station located in Karnataka is popular among trekkers. To reach this point one has to walk through the shoal forests and the peaks looks amazing. This trek takes around 4-6 hours. We can visit this place during October –March. We can enjoy this trek

Makalidurga Hill Fort

Makalidurga Hill Fort
Makalidurga Hill Fort


This place in South of India is not limited to mountains but also it’s easy to do trekking. This hill is located from 59 kilometers away from Bangalore City. It is popular for night treks. This trek takes around 5-6 hours. We can visit this place in the month of October-March.

Narasimha Parvata

Narshima Parvata
Narshima Parvata

This place is located in Karnataka which is a trekking destination. There are dark forests and King cobras where you need to have a safe trekking party. It’s highly difficult to do this trekking. It will take around 8-10 hours trekking but this place is worth watching the view.

Well, we hope you found inspiration looking at these places and necessary motivation, information to go for a trekking expedition, this weekend or some time in near future.

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