Piquant glance at the blue mountains of Nilgiri Hills


During this time of the year after the extra torrential rains comes to an end its worth making a visit into the Queen of Hill Stations at Nilgiris.Spanning over a height of nearly 8500 ft above sea level and covered by around 2500 species of flowering plants,the blue mountains of the Nilgiris offers a sensational view to geographical lovers across the globe.

Tea Plantations by the local gardeners
Spices and flavors of the Nilgiris
The Botanical Gardens

Enveloped by the green valleys and pine and eucalyptus tress,the Nilgiris Biosphere reserve forms a part of the ecosystem reserve the largest in South India.It is also connected by the Nilgiri Mountain Railways from the major hubs of South India.The green swales prevail through the entire ecosystem adding chemistry and pizzazz to the environment and ambience.

Pine forests standing tall
Tea Plantations by the gardeners

If we look at the spices and flavor of the Nilgiris we can see that it has plenty to offer tourists and travellers across the nation starting from chocolates manufacturing and oil producing and the different varieties of spices.We get to observe and feel the essence of different varieties of oils like almond,olive,eucalyptus,lemon grass oil, and others to name a few.The tropical and deciduous forests across the entire biosphere reserve makes it very special amongst others and the tea and coffee plantations by the locals also adds grace and magnetism to the habitat.

Dodabetta Peak
The Nilgiri mountains
Deciduos forests

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