Bison valley


A paradise for nature lovers.


“Bison Valley” Have you ever been to Bison Valley?.

Did you know where this name came from? Here it’s all answered. The name Bison Valley is thought to be a reference to the region's history. During their holidays in Munnar, the kings and officers of the East India Company came here to hunt bison. This is why the place is called "Bison Valley." Bison Valley is a village in Kerala's south-western state of Kerala, located in the Udumbanchola Taluk of the Idukki district. If you are trying to plan a Munnar trip, Bison Valley is the perfect place for you. Do you intend to stay in Munnar near this beautiful location, Gazelle Villa provides you with the best farm stay in Munnar. It would be a thrilling experience for those seeking off-road riding. When you reach the top, the mist will cover you fully. For the past 3 to 4 years, families especially haven't come there to camp, but nowadays it has increased. That jeep safari through the middle of the cardamom garden will fill you with unforgettable memories.

Bison Valley is located in the Western Ghats range of mountains, at roughly 914 meters (3000 feet) above sea level. 5km of off-road riding to reach the destination. The 3rd highest peak in south India is situated in the Bison valley. Off-road riding, trekking, campfires, and tent camping are available. .

Transportation to Bison Valley
Bison Valley is accessible via rural roads. 33 km (83 mi) from Kochi .

The nearest railway stations from Bison Valley are South Railway Station, Ernakulum, and Aluva railway station.

The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, which is 110 kilometers away.