Megamalai is a place located in Theni District. Everyone says it’s a hill station. But to be frank it is a paradise of Nature. Really a reserved forest hold this much nature scenic hidden itself? Truth is Yes. Just gather yourselves with your friend or family. Pick a Vehicle from wherever you are. Start a Ride Tiger Reserved Area. It may silly to hear but Elephants will drop its natural routine excess on road as a path way to lead its home. They are easily running on slopes. You may heard the same by informing someone. Once you visit here you can see things directly. Then now as usual Theni is Located in the south east of tamilnadu and Kerala Border you can reach the Kerala with in a hour from Theni via Kumily Checkpost. Megamalai is located in Theni 47 kms away from the City.
Of the only places on the planet that need to be visited first-hand to really explore its majesty is Vagamon hill station in Idukki. No other place in the world can recreate the grassy hills, velvet lawns and general mysticism of the place. In the Idukki district, this cosy town lies untouched by any urban trends and is conveniently tucked away. Visitors can take advantage of multiple sports, such as camping, paragliding, mountain climbing and rock climbing. People love to cross three prominent hills in a chain: Thangal, Murugan and Kurisumala. These are important, respectively, to Hindus, Muslims and Christians, and are a perfect example of the place's prevalent communal harmony. There is a charming dairy farm nearby for the Kurisumala monks, which is an utter pleasure to visit.
It is 85 km from Kottayam, Kerala, within the Peerumedu territory, which is a sick station. Snuggled by tea gardens, coffee and cardamom plantations, Kuttikanam provides visitors with an eye-catching experience. The friendly atmosphere in Kuttikkanam, with its misty air, provides visitors with a heavenly essence. This magnificent hill is clean and unaffected by commercialization. It has adventurous sports and climbing sports. It has a wide range of rare species, tea plantations, plantations of cardamom, pine trees, making it the favourite destination of any visitor. An alluring feeling is provided by the green hills, the picturesque scenery and the flowers therein.
Places to visit in Megamalai
Megamalai is a Nature hub of Theni District. It has a such unique sightseeing in and around its location.
Chinna Suruli : Chinna Suruli Falls is a pleasant cascade arranged in the town of Kombai Thozhu close to Theni, a ways off of 3 km from Kombai Thozu, 44 km from Theni and 69 km from Megamalai. It is one of the stunning waterfalls in the Theni district and one of the top places to visit as part of the Megamalai Tour Packages, situated between Megamalai and Theni. Chinna Suruli Falls is situated in the foothills of the Meghamalai range among dense green forests. As it originates in the Megamalai Hills, it is often referred to as Cloudland Dropping.
Chinna implies more modest or more youthful in the neighborhood language, so it's known as the more youthful Suruli Falls as it were and is unique in relation to Suruli Falls, which is situated close to Cumbum city. From a height of 190 feet, the waterfall cascades down and is two-tiered. The resounding cascades amid the silver-lined clouds welcome a large number of travellers from far and wide during the peak season. For picnics and outings, it is a great place and a must-visit for shutterbugs. Visiting the falls after sunset is not very safe because there are examples of repeated sightings of wild elephants, spotted deer, gaur, and other wild animals. Like the rest of the locations around here, the best time to visit Chinna Suruli Falls is from October through December. The waterfall filled up to the brim by October, making it look much more strong and majestic.
Suruli Falls : Streaming like an ensemble that offers bliss to any voyager are the Suruli Waterfalls in the Theni area of Tamilnadu. These renowned cascades are a significant piece of the travel industry in Tamilnadu and are arranged around 56 km from Theni, which is important for the Theni region. In Silappatikaram, composed by Ilango Adigal, which is one of the Five Great Epics in Tamil Literature, Suruli Waterfalls are additionally perceived. Meghamalai is where the Suruli Falls originate from. The greatness of this fall was sang by the Tamil writer Ilango Adigal in the epic, Silappathikaram. A centre point for spices with restorative properties is the territory near the drops. A ways off of about half kilometre away from the waterfall, stands the Suruli Velappar Shrine.
Vellimalai : The core of Meghamalai is the Vellimalai region. Silver-lined mists appear to settle delicately on green ridges and where the Vaigai waterway starts is settled some place around there. This flawless area would offer an opportunity to see wild creatures and tea cultivates that are tastefully and experimentally kept up.
Vagamon tourist places
Vagamon Falls : In the midst of thick vegetation and delightful environmental factors, Vagamon Falls is a notable outing spot. Seeing the cascade spouting down the inclines is a treat to the eyes and the beautiful quality a heaven for picture takers. The cascade is otherwise called Palaruvi and is a truly ideal fascination for nature sweethearts.
Pine Hill : Except for a lot to feel, this place has nothing for you to see. A well-known English term is 'Strolling through the forested areas,' and going down to the Pine Hills, you can actually walk through the forested areas. A sparkling visibility compensates for the gigantic forest in front of the pine trees. Here, you can spend as much resources. Most travellers find this unwinding spot and use their time here to chill in the lap of nature or stroll along the hill, it's a lovely encounter being so close to nature.
Kuttikkanam tourist places
Kuttikanam was once a holiday destination for the kings of Travancore. A church, Henry Baker, began coffee plantations here, but it was replaced by tea plantations during the reign of Sri Moolam Thirunnal. The need for more people from Kerala and Tamil Nadu to purchase labour. The area is welcomed by the elegance of the green hills, plantations and grasslands, giving an elegant charm that can forever be cherished.
Peeru Hills : is a hidden location on the ultimate list of destinations to visit in a lifetime for most trekkers. For its panoramic view, rustic trails and exotic faunal diversity, this secret gem in Idukki is renowned. It is its inherent peaceful vibe and cool weather, named after Peer Mohammed, the Sufi saint who spent his last days here, that makes it such a big hit among trekking fans. A plethora of magnificent places nearby can also be found, including a mausoleum devoted to the saint, the royal family 's summer palace and the Diwan 's residence. Peeru Hills is situated in the Kerala district of Idukki, 4 km from Peermedu and 1 km from Kuttikanam.
Parunthumpara : Parunthumpara is a small village 6 km away from Peerumedu, situated between Peerumedu and Thekkady. It is called Parunthumpara, or eagle rock, since it is like an eagle in a wide field surrounding it. Suicide Point and Tagor Head are among the attractions here. It offers a sweeping view of Peerumedu that draws lots of visitors. Tourists will enjoy their time away from the scurry town living on these undulating grasslands.
Thottapura : It is the spot where their arms were kept by the Travancore royal family. It is also a great spot for hiking.
Panchalimedu : Kuttikanam, which is 2500 ft. above sea level, is about 10 km away. Right at the beginning of the trek, the serene wind will hit you. The greenery and the flowers connect the path that leads to breathtaking meadows that deliver a spiritual experience. It is called Panchalimedu because it is assumed that during their exile, Pandavas, heroes of the epic Mahabharata, lived here. There is a small temple dedicated to Bhuvaneshwar. There is a small "Panchalikulam" pond that is named after Panchali (Pandavas' wife), where she used to bathe.
Valanjanganam falls : It is situated 5 km from Peerumedu. The waterfall is about 75 feet. High. High. It is shrouded with mist and a visit is worthwhile. It is said that this pristine white milky waterfall originates from somewhere in the Kuttikanam mountains. The heavenly aura and the misty waterfalls give the visitors a euphoric feeling of pleasure.
Pine Forest : In Kutikanam, there is an artificial pine forest which spreads over 100 acres of land. It is the habitat of about 30 bird species. It has been classified as a buffer zone by the Department of Forests and Wildlife. The pine trees will be between 15 and 45 m tall. It is worth studying the dense forest of tall pine trees. These contribute to the whole place's beguiling charm.
Morning pickup from Theni bus stand.
After Refreshment @ Theni.
Then proceed towards Meghamalai.
On the way to visit Megamalai major attractions such as Chinna Suruli Falls, View point, Highways Lake and Highways Dam.
Then proceed towards Kuttikkanam.
Overnight stay at Hotel – Kuttikkanam.
After fresh up and Breakfast @ hotel.
Then proceed to visit Vagamon major attractions such as Vagamon Pine forest, Vagamon Meadows Lake, Vagamon Orchid Garden, Vagamon Lake and Boating.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel – Kuttikkanam.
After fresh up and Breakfast @ hotel.
Check out from the Hotel.
On the way visit Parunthumpara view point or other view point.
Proceed to visit Penniquick Memorial Hall, Suruli falls, Visiting 1008 Sivalinga temple and Grape Garden.
Finally drop @ Theni bus stand.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *