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Secluded from the outside world and situated at about 3500 feet above sea level, Vagamon is where nature comes to its colourful best. A tiny plantation township in central Travancore, Vagamon has an overtone of green. With a never ending line of lush green hills, breathtaking ravines and meandering rivulets. Tucked away among hillocks on the Western Ghats, Vagamon is verdant foliage territory, where you could laze around for weeks without a soul bothering you. Not many have explored Vagamon. Nearly a century ago, the English chanced up on this land and set up plantations here; followed by Christian missionaries who built here their abode of service. Since then Vagamon remained untouched by explorers and tourists. Climate is far from tropical and temperature hovers between10 and 28degree C. The air is rich with the fragrance from coffee, tea and spice plantations. Reaching Vagamon itself is an extraordinary experience. The meandering road to Vagamon is cut in solid rock lined with pine forests. As you wind your way through green capped hills, the rolling plains comes in to view thousands of feet below you.
Sprawling among 250 acres of farmland, Vagamon Heights is developed out of an abandoned plantation. Though the old plantation is retained the open space is turned in to a tourist destination, it is not at the expense of its native charm. Fringed by a 100 acre virgin forest, Vagamon Heights still treasures the exotic flora and fauna as it did probably a century back. Rare species of trees and entwining creepers are well preserved. Surrounded by gentle meadows and wooded hills, Vagamon heights sprawls across landscapes unspoiled by men and machine. There are flower beds, fruit groves and spice gardens adorning this old plantation. In addition to a natural waterfall, Vagamon Heights has two lakes.
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