Famously known as the "Second Manchester of South India," Theni district is situated at the foot of western ghats, an ideal natural beauty landscape location and was spotted with an area of 3243.62 sq kms as a district from 1997. It is bordered on the north by the Dindigul district , on the east by the Madurai district, on the south by the virudhunagar district, and on the west by the borders of the Kerala states. Theni is recognised as the district headquarters as a trade centre for cotton, chilli, textile, etc. And with all of its consistency.
The district of Theni is located in the southern portion of Tamil Nadu. Also, Theni is one of the most popular tourist destinations. Through captivating lakes, waterfalls and countless pilgrim centres, this district attracts many visitors. The soul and the hospitality of the local people warm these special places and make the destinations a delightful one for the tourists. There are many amazing places to visit in Theni. There are lovely dams, hoary temples, milky waterfalls and many more in this quiet, serene village.
Mavoothu : It is a perennial water source and the primary attraction here is the Vellappar Temple.
Devadanapatti : As the main sanctuary for serenity, you have the Temple of Kamatchi Amman.
Periyakulam (16 km) : This is one of the oldest city of Tamilnadu over 2000 years old temple popularly still exists here, the next important place is the sothupparai dam built across the varaha river. Mangoes from this town are very popular across the state.
Bodinayakanoor : This is a place near to the Western Ghats foothills. Bodi Mettu is the closest hill resort located 26 km from here, and is popular in the trade for cardamom, mango and coffee markets.
Tiger drop : On the way to Munnar, Tiger Galls is a delicate drop.
Sothupparai Dam : Sothupparai Dam The dam is about 12 km from Periyakulam. Across the River Varaha, the Sothupparai Dam was built. The place for a picnic is perfect. The substantial expansion of this accumulated water is an impressive sight.
Megamalai's Wild Life : Megamalai is often referred to as "Paccha Kumachi," meaning the green peak at 1500 mts above sea level, altitude. During the British period, it was generally referred to as High Wavy Peak. As the peak is still covered by clouds, it is called Megamalai by locals. (50 Km to Megamalai from Theni)
Veerapandi Gowmariamman Temple : The prominent temple here is the Pandya Dynasty's Gowmariamman Temple, a 14th-century temple built by King Veerapandi. It is believed that the king regained his lost sight after a heartfelt and devoted prayer to Gowmariamman and Kanneeswara-mudaiyar. Near the temple, a perennial stream of water flows through the Mullai River. (8 km from Theni to Veerapandi)
Vaigaidams : The 111-foot-high Vaigai Dam, constructed across the majestic Vaigai River near Andipatti, can store 71 feet of water. On January 21,1959, 7 km from Andipatti, 25 km from Theni, this dam was created.
Theni tourist places
The Surulifalls : Suruli Falls, situated 56 km from Theni and 10 km from Cumbum, is in the Theni District of Tamil Nadu , India. It's a 2-level cascading water slide. The falls supplying the River Suruli come from the mountain range of Meghamalai.
Sanneswarer temple : In Kuchanoor, there is a temple that is intended solely for Saneeswara Bhagawan . The Lord is seen in the form of swayambhu (self-appeared), derived from Kubjan, one of the names of the city's name, Shani (Kubjanoor). In front of this temple flows the seasonal Surabi river, bearing the waters of the rivers Periyar and Suruliyaru. There are various religious people in Kuchanur, such as Hindu , Muslim, and there are different groups in Kuchanur, such as Thevar, Pillai, Nayakar people. There is a separate guru temple facing northward, so this temple is known as the temple of vadaguru. There is a temple of Hanuman in which there is a ganesh who has five heads. Water is found throughout the year in the Surubi River.
Chinna Suruli Megamalai : Falls of Cloud Land (Chinna Suruli).54 km from Theni, near the village of Kombaithozhu. The Megamalai originates from these falls. It's usually referred to as Chinna Suruli.
Mangala Devi Kannagi's Temple : Mangala Devi Kannagi Temple, located in the Idukki district, about 7 km from Pazhiyankudi in Theni district and 15 km from Thekkady in Idukki district, is a historic temple in Kerala bordering Tamil Nadu. Cheran Chenguttuvan, the king of ancient Tamilakam, erected the temple for Kannagi about 2000 years ago at Vannathiparai and called it 'Kannagi Kottam' or 'Mangaladevi Kannagi temple' and performed regular pujas. It sits above the mean sea level at an altitude of around 1,337 m (4,386 ft). It is surrounded by lush greenery and is closed during the year except during the festival of Chitra Pournami. Visitors can still see it at other times by receiving a special letter from the forest ranger.
Kurangani 's Top Station : The world's largest tea estate is Kolukkumalai. In the precipitous ledge atop kurangani, the whole Kurangani Region is a storehouse of rich biodiversity. The nearest airport is Madurai, which is 106 km from Kurangani. From Kurangani, Bodinayakanur is 16 km away.
Overview of Theni
In the hilly region of Tamil Nadu, Theni is a beautiful village. Nowadays, Theni is a well-inhabited area, sporadically frequented in the past. Madurai Fork gave birth to Theni. In Tamil Nadu, this place is a seductive wonder and attracts hundreds of visitors to spend a holiday in the midst of nature.Spread over 2.889 sq. At an altitude of 1000 metres above sea level, Theni is entrenched in the foothills of the Western Ghats. The green hills and perennial streams which feed the vegetation envelop the vicinity of Theni. These scenic surroundings make Theni 's climate mild. The average temperature for the winter season is 10 ° C and the average temperature for the summer season is 35 ° C.
A stunning backdrop of the misty Western Ghats in Theni can be seen. In the hilly areas of Theni, adventure sports such as hiking and camping can be enjoyed. On the other side, it houses numerous temples where inner peace can be invoked.
Tea estate in Kolukkumalai: Enchant yourself with the serene beauty of the Kolukkumalai tea estate's green fields and valleys. This place is very scenic and full of wonderful flavours.With its aromatic ambiance and eye-pleasing scenery, Kolukkumalai tea estate welcomes everyone. The tea estate of Kolukkumalai is known as the world 's largest organic tea estate. A must-visit place near Theni is this tea farm. This organic estate was started by a Scottish man in the year 1900. This is one of the few tea f weapons where no robots or computers are involved in any of the tea product manufacturing processes.
Morning pick up from Theni.
Meet with our Respective Representative.
After Breakfast Our Journey Start from, Kurangani falls : In a bid to ensure forest conservation and to avoid any risk of loss, many local people in Bodi of Theni district have appealed to the Forest personnel to strictly implement ban on trekking, which remains in effect in Kurangani hills, which falls under Bodi Range and Top Station.
Saneeswara Bhagawan : There is a temple which is meant solely for Saneeswara Bhagawan situated at Kuchanoor.
Sivagami Amman Temple : 'Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Amman temple', Sivakami wife of lord Shiva who is commonly known as Parvati.
Grape garden : The farmers in the Cumbum Valley are able to harvest the fruits up to five times in two years.
Shiva Lingam Temple : The Hindu temple complex dedicated to Shiva, with 1008 identical Nandi statues arrayed over a hillside.
Surulifalls : The Suruli River supplying the falls originates from the Meghamalai mountain range.
Veerapandi Gowmariamman temple( Veerapandi River ) : Gowmariamman temple, a 14 th Century Temple built by king Veerapandi of Pandya Dynasty is the famous temple here.
Stay at Hotel - Theni.
Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Sothuparai Dam : Visit Sothuparai Dam is a dam across the Varaha River in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located 12 km from the town of Periyakulam in Theni district.
Kumbakkarai Falls: Kumbakkarai Falls are located along the Kodai-Vellagavi-Periyakulam footpath.
Balasubramanya Temple : Balasubramanya Temple at Periyakulam in Theni district is an important temple of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
The mighty Chola ruler Rajendra Chola constructed this temple. This temple is devoted to Lord Murugan. The main deity of the temple has a six headed Lord Murugan along with his consort.
Kamachi amman Temple : Devotees believe this is because of Goddess Kamakshi's blessings! Mungil Anai Kamakshi Amman Kovil.
Manjalaru dam: Originates from Palani hills and runs towards east and joins the Vaigai River near Koottathu. There are nine anicuts and nine tanks in this sub-basin.
Vaigai dam : The Vaigai Dam is built across the Vaigai River near Andipatti, in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu, southern India. It provides water for irrigation for the Madurai district and the Dindigul district as well as drinking water to Madurai and Andipatti.
Vedapuri, Sri Swami Chidbhavananda Ashramam : The Ashramam has also a Yajur Veda Pathashala and a Sivagama Pathasala.
The Annalakshmi Nivas is a big hall, where about 300 devotees can dine at the same time.
Then Drop at your Home place.
Tour Ends with Full of Blessings & Memories .
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 ) *
(As per requirement *)
Theni to Theni Transports*
All local vehicle transport