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Hill Stations of Tamil Nadu



Often termed as 'Manchester of South India', the city is photographically situated on the banks of River Noyyal and has an array of natural attractions, other than being the sparkling hub of industry.

Coimbatore, the second largest city in Tamil Nadu, is an almost perfect tourist destination with natural beauty and offerings as well as temples, churches, dams and more. It's a welcoming area with the backdrop of hustle-bustle and charm of activity and industry. You can visit Monkey Falls, Vydehi falls, Kovai Kutralam falls and Siruvani Falls and Dam. Coimbatore is also the home to a rich culture of temples such as Ayyappan temple, Anubhavi Subramaniar Temple and numerous more. The area also has the Infant Jesus Church and Dhyanalinga Yogic temple. You can also visit a number of important dams here such as the Kodiveri Dam, Amaravathi dam and more.



One of the most beautiful and serene hill stations you will come across in the country, Coonoor is the second largest hill station in the wonderful Nilgiri Hills of the Western Ghats. It is situated at an altitude of 1930 meters and just 19 km from Ooty.

Coonoor is a delightful location to have a panoramic view of the Nilgiri Hills and the Catherine Falls. Coonoor is a dream come true for writers and poets due to its rich greenery, the manicured hills, the Colonial culture and amazing sceneries, which will leave you relaxed and inspired. While in Coonoor you can completely lose yourself to nature and its eternal beauty.



Ooty, the queen of hill stations and the capital of Nilgiris district, is one of the most popular tourist destination, especially as a honeymoon destination.

It is situated at an altitude of 2, 240 mt above sea level and is thus a delightful honeymoon spot. One can notice a marvelous change in vegetation, as one goes from Kallar to Coonoor. The establishment of numerous tea estates made Ooty famous. Lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of tea gardens greet the passengers on most routes.



Hogenakkal is where the Kaveri river splits into multiple streams of waterfalls, making it arguably the most heavenly place in the state. The neighboring regions and small villages that surround this place are breathtaking, making your holiday a perfect amalgamation of relaxation and discovery.

Located in The Dharampuri District, in the southern state of Tamil nadu, Hogenakkal is a small village by the banks of River Kaveri. The quite little town is very famous for the Hogenakkal Falls, which are often touted as the Niagara Falls of India. The even flowing Kaveri River forks into multiple streams at Hogenakkal, making it one of the most spectacular waterfall in India.



Nestled in the Eastern Ghats, Yercaud is a hill station called poor man's Ooty with abundant forests, vast coffee plantations and some unique species of flora and fauna resulting in gorgeous views.

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Bellikkal is one of those places where you can completely relax, without having to worry about a 'to-do' list for your vacations and yet experience mountains that will steal your breath away. Instead of having a hundred places to offer, it will take you by its beauty, calmness and serenity.

Bellikkal is a small village in the south of Sigur Plateau in Tamil Nadu. This small and elusive hill station is as beautiful as those in the Himalayas, and has yet managed to retain its old world charm. Anyone who has gone to Bellikkal will pine to go back.

Kutrallam (Courtallam)


Kutrallam is a perfect getaway for those who want to be connected with nature and get lost in the penchant of spirituality. It is a small town of Tamil Nadu located in its Tirunelvali District perched at an elevation of 167 m on the Western Ghats.

The township popularly renowned as 'Spa of South' is blessed by the Mother Nature in absolute glory. The cascades of waterfalls, the sprawling cover of greenery and bouts of fresh air adds charm to this place of exotic beauty. The town also gains popularity from being home to several health resorts and clinics as well as waterfalls with medicinal values. One will also find Kutrallam adorned with ancient temples reflecting the age old legends attached to them. In fact, the town itself like many other cities of India narrates mythological folklores adding to its mystique. Basking in the beauty of captivating panoramic vistas, visit the town of Kutrallam for memorable experiences that you can cherished throughout your life.

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