Second Highest Peak In South India
Come join the thousands of enthusiastic travelers who have enjoyed trekking to the highest peak in South India & in Western Ghats. Go back and live the rest of your life with the thrilling experience you got.
What’s So Special About Meesapulimala?
Meesapulimala is Western Ghat’s second highest mountain located at a height of 2600 meters above sea level. To reach this heaven, a trek of approximately 6 hours is required. If you are craving for an adventurous trip to the top of the world, then this is something you cannot miss. The view is breathtaking and is one of the best places in Munnar, Idukki.This is one of the most difficult (and thrilling) mountains to climb. Travellers all over India love this place and attest to the fact that the climb is mentally and physically a challenge, which makes it the perfect place for those who are seeking adventure.It won’t be easy, but it will be worth every moment. During the climb, everyone would face the tendency to quit climbing. But only upon reaching the top, you’ll realize that all those efforts you put into the climb were worth every penny and every second.
UNESCO Heritage Site
One of the longest trekking experience (21 KM)
Mesmerizing Natural Visual Treat
You’ll love these awesome images from Meesapulimala
Mind blowing images of Meesapulimala captured by enthusiastic photographers will make you want to come to Meesapulimala and stay here.
Top places to visit in Munnar & Meesapulimala
Your trip would be incomplete if you miss these awesome places near Meesapulimala and Munnar.
Kolukkumalai is a small district in Theni, Tamilnadu situated very close to Meesapulimala. This is something you can not miss!
Top Station, situated in the Kannan Devan hills, offers you an awesome view of the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border.
Pothamedu View Point
Watch the beauty of Munnar from this viewpoint with a cup of hot tea.