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Popular Tourist Attractions of Tamilnadu

Plan your visit to the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, a treasure trove to explore and every time, the tourist attractions dotted across will surely surpass your expectations. The tourist attractions are of diverse types ranging from the magnificent temples, dense woods, historic monuments, to mesmerising beaches and a lot more to add to the list.

Kalakshetra Foundation

Sprawling over area of 100 acres land, there stands the testimony of Lady Legend Rukmani Devi Arundale,who contributed to the field of Arts.

Valluvar Kottam

The monument Valluvar Kottam is located exactly at the intersection of Kodambakkam Highway bridge ... .

Arignar Anna Zoological Park

The first zoo opened for the public in India and one of the Largest Zoological Gardens in India, spreading across a vast area of 1300 acres

Government Botanical Gardens

The 170 years old Botanical Gardens at Ooty is an awe-inspiring location. The 20 million years old fossil tree trunk, the different sections

Ooty Lake & Boat Club

Ooty lake is entertaining its visitors for a period of close to 200 years. It is a man-made lake sprawling across 54 acres with a railway

Doddabetta Peak

Doddabetta, the fourth highest peak in South India, enchants visitors at a height of 8650 feet. Doddabetta, located at a distance of 9km

Nilgiri Mountain Railway

South India’s only Rack Railway, The Nilgiri Mountain Railways run trains between Mettupalayam & Ooty, called as Toy Trains.

Government Rose Garden

Acclaimed as one of the 35 best maintained Gardens worldwide,Rose Garden in Ooty, makes you spell bound with its wide

Avalanche Lake

The lake Avalanche derived its name from the huge landslide, happened in the early 1800s. Located at a distance of 22 kms from Ooty,

Emerald Lake

A beautiful lake separated from the Avalanche Lake by the Road Bridge, located at a distance of half an hour drive from Ooty. The calm and serene

St. Stephen's Church

Built in 1830, St. Stephen’s Church is one of the oldest churches in Tamil Nadu that still functions as a House of Worship.

Kodai Lake in Kodaikanal

Kodai Lake is one of the important tourist destinations in Kodaikanal. This lake is a man-made one and was developed by British people.

Green Valley View

Feel the Goosebumps as you climb up the Green valley view, which is also known as the Suicide point. This breath-taking view of the valleys, plains

Mukurthi National Park

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Mukurthi National Park was established to preserve the endangered Nilgiri Tahr species. It is India’s

Pykara Falls

Alluring people from different corners of the world, the Pykara village houses a dam, a lake and a River all bearing the name Pykara enchants

Thunder World

A place where you have plenty of options for fun and entertainment is the Thunder World in Ooty. It is not just an amusement park

Tiger Hill

A place pretty away from the popular locations of Ooty is the Tiger Hill. Travelling a distance of 16km from the City will take you to this ecstatic

Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

South India’s most popular Wildlife sanctuary is the Mudumalai wild life sanctuary which is also a tiger reserve. Sprawling in the north western side of the Nilgiri Hills

Pillars Rocks

Pillar rocks are situated in Kodaikanal hills and this is one of the famous tourist spots in Kodaikanal. This lovely place has a great ambiance & incredible

Thalaiyar Falls

Thalaiyar falls is the pride of Tamil Nadu, as it is the highest falls in the state and the sixth highest in India. This 975 ft tall waterfalls looks like

Guna Cave

The famous Tamil film “Guna” starring Kamala Hassan was shot here and so it’s known as Guna cave. Guna cave is commonly known as

Berijam Lake

Berijam Lake is a water reservoir at Kodaikanal in Dindugal district. This lake was formed as a part of micro-watershed development project.

Silent Valley View

Make your way up to the foot hills of Kodaikanal for the soothing air to embrace your body. The twisted road through the vegetation, the lower

Silver Cascade Falls

Enroute Madurai to Kodaikanal, Silver cascade is a perfect destination to pull over and to have a refreshing break after a few hours

Devil's Kitchen

Devil's kitchen - as the name suggests, this is one of the most adventurous and extremely daring deep cliff in Kodaikanal. This enthralling

Coakers walk

Coakers walk is a stunning man-made walking plaza that stretches up to one kilometre. This amazing pathway is built on the mountains

Kurunji Temple

Kurunji Andavar temple is one of the noteworthy tourist destinations in Kodaikanal. Lord Muruga is the prime deity and graces

Brayant Park

Bryant Park is one of the prominent botanical gardens in Kodaikanal. This amazing park is named after the Madurai forest officer