Peermedu is a small bewitching hill station of Kerala, pure and pristine. Perched at an altitude of 915 m above the sea level, the town has many hidden treasure troves waiting to be uncovered. Blessed with lots of green cover, beautiful rolling hills, wandering streams and gurgling waterfalls.
Peermedu, lying in Idukki District also comprises sprawling spreads of tea, coffee, rubber and cardamom. The place being home to various types of tribes like Malapandaram, Malayarayan and Orali exhibits a rustic essence of blending cultures. Peermedu is also adorned with an amazing twist from past. The town derives its name from a Sufi saint named Peer Mohammad who is said to be linked with the royal family of Travancore. With lots of beautiful trekking trails, this town is an ideal place for families, adventure buffs and honeymooners. The undulating scenic vistas of the region attract tourists in large number from all over the country seeking for an unforgettable experience.