Vagamon is a hill station located in Kottayam district of Kerala, India. It is situated 1,100 metres above sea level. Vagamon also known as the 'Scotland of Asia', was discovered by the British who found the place ideal for tea plantations and they were followed by Christian missionaries who built their abode of service at Kurisumala in Vagamon.  It has a cool climate with the temperature between 10 and 23 °C during a summer midday. National Geographic Traveler has listed Vagamon on their directory of the '50 most attractive places to visit in India.
the sleepy town with its scenic valleys, beautiful green meadows, enchanting pine forests, mists, fogs, tea estates, waterfalls with the overall greenery is really striking. The landscape is mostly hilly bald with green meadows. Vagamon is also home to a large variety of flowers and orchids. Cuddled up within three striking hills Thangal, Murugan and Kurisumala hills which are the representation of the chief religions in Kerala, i.e. Hindu, Muslim, and Christian which represent the cultural harmony. Vagamon has amenities for trekking, paragliding, mountaineering and rock climbing. 
The meandering road to Vagamon is cut in solid rock lined with pine forests. And as you wind your way through green capped hills, the rolling plains come into view thousands of feet below you. The road to vagamon from Erattupetta opened an easily accessible and direct route to vagamon from the plains. 
  • Vagamon Meadows
  • Pine Forests:
  • Kurisumala
  • Thangal Hill: 
  • Murugan Hill: 
  • Indo-Swiss Project Diary Farms
  • Paragliding 
  • Mooppanpara:

Vagamon is located 24 Km from Erattupetta ,15 km from kottamala 39 km from Thodupuzha, 33 km away from Pala. 45 km from Kumily, 22 km from Kuttikanam and about 65 km from Kottayam. Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport while the closest railway station is Kottayam.