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VAGAMONBack to the Destination

                        Vagamon is an emerging international paragliding destination. Grass covered hills velvet lawns and the cool mountain air make Vagamon a perfect holiday retreat. All the trekking enthusiasts will enjoy climbing this 1100 meters tall hill. A curious blend of religious mysticism and European legacies, this hillside village is a paradise of tranquility. The place vagamon, best known as a hill station, hosts three blessed hills, namely Kushumala for Christians, Thangal Para for Muslims and Murukan Mala for Hindus, demonstrating the religious harmony between the communities. It is a very ideal eco tourism destination spot surrounded by the greenery of tea gardens, beautiful meadows, deep puzzling valleys and dales.

 

                                                                      How to reach  

By Air

  The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport  

By Rail  

  The nearest railway station is Kottayam.  

By Road  

  Vagamon is well connected by road to, Cochin (140 kms), Kottayam(120 Kms), Pala (64 Kms ), and Thekkaddy (80 Kms). The nearest road highways are NH 49 and SH 8.  
   

                                                                Places to Visit  

Kurisumala  

  The Kurisumala hill is famous pilgrim center with a small church over the top of the hill. On Easter day, thousands of people visit here, to have a holy climb over the kurishumala. It is good for trekking  
   

Kolahalamedu  

  At about 4 kilometers away from the Vagamon town on the way to Elapara and Munnar, there is a place called Kolahalamedu. The major attraction here is the tea garden. A lot of people love to visit the Barren hills at Kolahalamedu. This hills are colloquially known as ‘Motakunnu’ which means ‘the hills where only grass grows’. These hills laid side by side are green  
   

Kurisumala Ashram  

  Kurisumala Ashram is actually a monastery for Christian ascetics, who have belief in the Christianity along with the Indian spiritual beliefs and the Gandhian thoughts and the meditative thoughts which arise from the depth of silence. Today Kurisumala has become the Mount of Transfiguration, as it gives to all who come to the Ashram for a visit, the feeling that, “It is good to be here". Here the seeker\'s soul realizes the commands of God. Kurisumala is a mountain from where milk and honey are flowing. Honey is found in the rocky clefts of this mountain, where bees make their hives. The means by which the monks make their livelihood is the breeding of cows. Around 1500 liters of milk are produced or collected here.  

 
 
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