A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a center of diversity, Meesapulimala is one of the most incredible tourist destinations, located about 24 kilometres from Munnar in Kerala. Positioned in a natural environment at 8,661 feet above sea level, it is the Western Ghats’ second-highest peak after Anamudi Peak. Meesapulimala is also where the famed Neelakurunji flowers bloom once every 12 years.
One of the most popular peaks among nature lovers, Meesapulimala's best attractions are its surrounding wilderness with its flora and fauna. A trek through Meesapulimala comprises an eight-hill trek through shared borders between Tamil Nadu and Kerala. An alluring trek, it will lead you across rivulets, sholas, pine forests and vast mountain ranges. For those who prefer something truly memorable, an overnight stay at base camp before a hike to Meesapulimala is highly recommended.
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