5 adventurous trekking places in south India
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5 adventurous trekking places in south India

  • Highlights

  • South India offers a variety of trails for avid trekkers

  • Choose Ananthagiri Hills in Telangana if you are a beginner

  • Visit Kodachadri in Karnataka if you’re an experienced trekker

  • Purchase trekking travel insurance via Bajaj Finserv to secure your safety

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When trying this adventure sport, ensure you take the necessary precautions. For instance, invest in trekking travel insurance. When you buy this policy from Bajaj Finserv, you can avail the CPP Travel Safe Trekking Travel Insurance, which will protect you in your time of need. All you have to do is make one phone call and you can get your credit card blocked if it has been misplaced, or you can get a smartphone to call your family in your time of need.

Now that your safety is taken care of, take a look at places in South India that are a trekker’s paradise.

Nilgiri, Tamil Nadu

This region is predominantly known for its tea and coffee plantations, but the slopes and pleasant weather make it an ideal trekking spot too. The best time to visit is between April and June, and then between September and December, when the weather is pleasant and the sun isn’t too harsh.

Coorg, Karnataka

Plan a trip to Coorg at the beginning of the year between January and March, when it is pleasant and there is no rain, and you are guaranteed a memorable trek. You’ll be spoilt for choice as Coorg has various places where you can go trekking, including the Brahmagiri and Pushpagiri areas, as well as Iruppu Falls.

Peermede, Kerala

This place is a must-visit for every adventurer. Apart from trekking, it also offers activities such as paragliding and cycling. To trek, head to Vagamon, Kuttikkanam, Kalthotti or Peeru Hills and choose a course as per your skill. The best time to visit the region is between April and June, and then again between September and November.

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Ananthagiri Hills, Telangana

If you’re a first-time trekker or novice, this is where you should go. Its small hillocks are easy to trek. What’s more, they are surrounded by forest, offering you lush views as you trek leisurely. Plan your visit between the winter months of November through March, when the weather is pleasant.

Kodachadri, Karnataka

This one is for experienced trekkers and is best visited between October and February. You have to be very fit to trek through the 12–14km route, but what makes it worth it is stopping at Ganesh Guha cave and Hidlumane Falls en route. You can even set up a tent along the way as long as you have the necessary permissions.

Enjoy an adventure of a lifetime without any stress, with trekking travel insurance. The CPP Travel Safe Trekking Travel Insurance will cost you just Rs.699 for a one-year membership, and you will get complimentary protection against personal accidents and baggage loss, among other benefits, up to Rs.3 lakh.

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