Vagamon or Wagamon is one of the major tourist destination in southern India. This hilly township is situated at an elevation of 1100metre under Kottayam districts of Indian state Kerala. This is one of the best places to visit during the summer because of its pleasant temperature, which does not go above 23 degrees Celsius. Like other hill stations of South India, this town is full of tea plantations also. Vagamon is the sleeping beauty with lusty valleys and dense forest areas. The commercialization has not touched this place yet. The area is surrounded by mists, fogs, tea estates, and waterfalls. There are numerous types of orchids, and flowering plants are found in this area also.
Vagamon was used by the British for tea plantations, and they are followed by Christian missionaries who built their abode service at Kurisumala in Vacation. Vagamon is at the fringe of the Western Ghats, and the foothills on its lower side reach up to Teekoy with a gradual descent. Vagamon consists of mostly Malayali.