|Peermade, Idduki District, Kerala, India - a beautiful Indian hill station and famous plantation town - it used to be the summer retreat of the rulers of Travancore. Peermade is a tiny hill station, high in the Western Ghats in Kerala, India. It is located 85 kms east of Kottayam on the way to Thekkady. The Idukki district is known for the splendid green mountains, streams and spices.
Peermade is named after the Sufi saint, Peer Mohammed. Peermade literally means "hill of peer". It lies 85km east of Kottayam at an altitude of 915 meter above sea level. It is nestled amidst the rubber, tea, coffee, coconut, pepper and cardamom plantations interspersed with waterfalls and open grass lands.
Anthicad Nursery - Caradykuzhy - Peermade (Peerumedu) Idukky district - 685531 - KERALA 44 km from Thekkady