Imagine walking through softly undulating, lush green hills, while the wet and moisture laden winds sweep through your hair, welcoming you to one of the most beautiful hill stations of India with a gentle, loving caress... welcome to Nelliyampathy, one of the most exotic tourist destinations of Kerala.
Known for its rich plantations of spices and coffee as well as its rich evergreen forests, Nelliyampathy is a heady mix that is sure to please all the tourists to this beautiful land. As waterfalls cascade through the majestic slopes of the Sahya Ranges and mesmerize you while you travel amidst the rustling leaves scattered throughout this beautiful land, be ready to be swept off your feet by the magical charm of Nelliyampathy, perhaps the loveliest of the un-spoilt hill stations of Kerala.
How to Reach Nelliyampathy
By Air: Coimbatore is the nearest airport to the hill station of Nelliyampathy and is located around 55 km from Palakkad, which is in turn around 75 kms away from Nelliyampathy.
By Rail: The nearest railway station to the quaint hill station of Nelliyampathy is at Palakkad, which is just around 55 kms away from the main city of Nelliyampathy. Palakkad is one of the most important junctions of the Southern Railways.
By Road: Nelliyampathy is well- connected to almost all its neighboring districts by smooth roads and an efficient system of local transport. The region is also well- linked to several districts of Tamil Nadu by well- maintained motor-able roads. A number of bus services also provide service to the region, connecting Nelliyampathy with a number of other cities like Trichur, Guruvayoor, Cochin, Calicut, Kottayam and Trivandrum. Palakkad, located around 75 kms away from Nelliyampathy takes around two and a half hours to reach this quaint hill station.