Nilgiris, or the Blue Mountains, are a tantalizing mountain range located in the Western Ghats. These ghats spread across the region of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. It is an enchanting biosphere reserve and has a soul-calming ambiance. Due to its ambiance, hundreds of holidaymakers throng to spend their holidays in the alluring Nilgiris.
Spanning huge acres of land, the enchanting Nilgiris belong to the Western Ghats, with a massive height of more than 7 thousand feet. Its uneven terrains are covered with a green carpet of vegetation. The geography of Nilgiris describes its climate as tropical cool. Throughout the year, the mercury levels scale between 20°C-29°C. During the monsoons, a heavy rainfall is received by the region of Nilgiris with an annual average of 4000 mm.
The 'Blue Mountains' are simply an exquisite destination, especially for the nature lovers and trekkers. There are numerous peaks like Devshola, Bear Hill, Rallia Hill etc., that are an apt location for enjoying the thrill of trekking. A variety of flora and fauna can also be seen in Nilgiris.