Kodai Road to Megamalai, Thekkady Holiday Packages
On a plateau above the southern slopes of the Upper Palani Hills is the hill station of Kodaikanal. The eastern extension of the Western Ghat range of mountains is these hills. The city is situated in the district of Dindigul and is strategically positioned next to developed cities such as Madurai in its southeast and Dindigul in the northeast. Kodaikanal is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Tamil Nadu, standing at an elevation of 2100 m above sea level. For getting around town, there are local buses. From bike rentals near the Kodai Road Railway Station, you can rent bicycles, gear-less scooters, or Royal Enfield bikes. To explore Kodaikanal, these two-wheelers could be used. There are no auto-rickshaws in Kodaikanal, but you can hire taxis for family trips or hike along since walking along Kodaikanal's shrubbery bordered hilly lanes is so fun.
Places to visit in Theni
A beautiful hill town in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu is Megamalai or Meghamalai. It is one of South India's offbeat hill stations and among the top places to visit near Madurai. Meghamalai is an unexplored paradise in the Western Ghats, popularly named the Highway Mountains, and is very little known except to the people of Tamilnadu. Since the top is still covered with clouds, Megamalai. It is a great getaway to beat the heat and relax in the middle of nature for a quiet period.
Meghamalai Hills : To conserve biodiversity, the Tamil Nadu government has proposed a wildlife sanctuary here. There are also many birds, reptiles, and butterflies in the Meghamalai Hills. For tea gardens and cardamom plantations, the place is also well established, but the greater part of the land remains untouched and is covered by evergreen forest. Pepper and cinnamon are also grown in the hills of Meghamalai. The High Wavy Mountains are also known as the Meghamalai Hills. It offers a lovely view of the surrounding areas. It is also the birthplace of the Falls of Meghamalai and the Falls of Suruli.
Suruli Falls : The place from which the Suruli Falls originate in Meghamalai.A center of herbs with medicinal properties is the field close to the fall. The Suruli Velappar Temple stands about half a kilometer away from the waterfall. The summer festival is celebrated each year by the Tamil Nadu Tourism Department at Suruli Falls. This waterfall in Theni is a major tourist attraction. It is flooded by visitors from various parts of India during the monsoon season.
Kumbakkarai Fall: The Kumbakkarai Fall originated in the Kodaikanal Hills of the Western Ghats. In the fall, tourists love to take a swim.
Sothupparai Dam : The picturesque backdrop of the Kodaikanal Hills is the Sothupparai Dam, constructed across the Varga River. This place is a wonderful place for picnics and outings with friends and family, located some 12 km from Periyakulam. On both sides, the road to the dam is adorned with mango trees. With the scent of juicy mangoes, a trip to the dam during the summer can enchant your senses. The Sothupparai Dam can be viewed by the general public from a bridge constructed near the dam. Near the dam, there is a lovely garden that has this floor dam and some pleasing lamp posts. In this dam, water from Kodaikanal's Berijam Lake and a small stream along with rainwater are deposited.
Things to do in Theni
Mavoothu : Lord Vinayaka is devoted to the Temple. In this temple that was built by the Kandamanur Zamindaar, there is a shrine of the Saptakannikas. Inside the temple, there is a spring. This spring's water is believed to have the ability to heal illnesses and ailments. In Tamil, Mavoothu refers to "spring of the Mango Grove." The place receives heavy precipitation, and this rainwater collects around the many mango trees that the place has. Consequently, it received its name. Mavoothu is a lovely place to visit.
Devadanapatti Kamakshi Amman Temple : An ancient temple located 27 km from Theni, in a tiny village called Devadanapatti. The temple stands by the river Manjal. The distinctive characteristic of this temple is that the door still remains closed to the main shrine, and only at the door can puja be performed. This temple's annual festival is the Mahashivaratri and devotees visit this temple from nearby places to seek blessings.
Chinna Suruli Fall : As it originates in the Meghamali Hills, Chinna Suruli Fall is also named by the name of Cloudland Falls. This waterfall is located near the village of Kombaithozhu and is about 54 km from Theni.A great place for picnics and outings and a must-visit for shutterbugs are the Chinna Suruli Fall.
Top most tourist attractions in Thekkady
Your search is the first way to find the best places to visit in Thekkady. The dense evergreen forest of Periyar National Park, with its deciduous trees and lush green flora, can enchant anybody. The deThekkady protected area is renowned in Kerala for its Periyar National Park, one of India's largest wildlife reserves, with the intrinsic beauty of nature. The park is located in Kerala's Idukki and Pathanamthitta districts, on the banks of a lake created by the building of the Mullaperiyar dam. Take a Periyar Lake cruise while you are in Thekkady. You can also hike to Mangala Devi's ancient temple, located within the reserve.. You can also go to famous Ayurveda massages and visit tea and cardamom plantations that dot the area. Stop pulsating human intervention.
Periyar lake : To the extent that it almost eclipses the fame of the wildlife sanctuary, Periyar lake is so exotic. A unique view of the wildlife is offered by the boat cruise through Thekkady's placid backwater. It is typically the children who love more than their parents the fun-filled journey. However, if you have a taste for bird watching, uncommon species such as the Malabar Grey Hornbill and the Nilgiri Wood Pigeon can be found resting comfortably on the logs that stand alone in the lake. It will interest you to learn that while constructing the Mullaperiyar dam, the lake was artificially built. The pristine lake is reminiscent of the great human effort that the gravity dam took to construct.
Anakkara : Between Munnar and Thekkady, Anakkara is sandwiched and is steadily becoming a premier tourist destination. The village offers immersive guided tours that provide a walk around the region and scenic views of beautiful waterfalls along with lush green plantations of different spices. From the little shops scattered around the city, you can buy new, high-quality spices. Or purchase intricate handicraft pieces in a traditional way made by local artists.
Kumily : Kumily is a traditional village in Kerala that is renowned for its hospitality. The region's peaceful landscapes will relax your nerves and blot away all your worries. Taking a ride along the winding path between the densely growing green vegetation and small hills is a cheerful experience. Some tourist packages to Thekkady also give you options for buying souvenirs and enjoying Kerala's indigenous spicy foods.
Morning pick up from Kodai Road Junction.
On the way Breakfast.
Then proceed towards Meghamalai.
On the way to visit Megamalai sightseeing places such as Highwavys Dam and Lake, Megamalai View Point,Chinna Suruli and Manalar Dam.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Megamalai.
After fresh up and Breakfast @ hotel.
Check out the Hotel.
Then Proceed to visit Theni sightseeing such as Suruli falls, 1008 Sivalinga Temple and Grape Gardens.
Then proceed towards Thekkady on the way visit on time shall visit Penniquick Memorial Hall.
At evening, we can see Kerala cultural art forms such as kathakali and Kalari.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Thekkady.
After Breakfast and then check out from the hotel.
After fresh up and experiencing an excellent boating in Thekkady Lake.
Proceed to visit Elephant Ride, Spice Garden ,etc..,
Then proceed towards Kodai Road Junction.
Finally drop @ Kodai Road Junction.
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 ) *