Explore the God Owns Hill Station

The god owns hill station, Valparai is a Taluk located in the district of Coimbatore. Known as the pollution free, paradise hill station of Tamil Nadu, Valparai stood 3,500 feet above the sea level on the Anamalai Mountain Range of the Western Ghats. Considered as the small town, Valparai shares its boundaries with Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Eravikulam National Park, Parambikulam Tiger Reserve and Vazhachal forest division. Diversified in terms of flora and fauna, an expanded hill station is famous for its tea domain, mountains, glades, pastures, valleys, fields and waterfalls.

Being the most prestigious, unprecedented and a rousing slope resort of Tamilnadu. Valparai has remarkable grass woodlands, grass Slopes, houses elephants, boars, cheetah and other wild creatures where boarding, food, shopping can be fulfilled by lodgings, esteemed hotels and shops. Valparai is known for its gigantic vicinity of tea and coffee plantations. Known as the man-made tourist attractions, Valparai encloses Nirar Dam, Grass Hills, Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park, Nallamudi Poonjolai, Monkey Falls, Karamalai Annai Velankanni Church, Chitti Vinayagar Temple, Azhiyar Park & Dam, Balaji Temple, a beautiful tea estate Uralikal, Vazhachal Falls, 500 years Oldest Teak Tree and many more. Undeniably; Valparai is one of the most beautiful hill stations which every individual should visit at least once in their lifetime.

Tourist Most Famous Sightseeing Places In Valparai

Nirar Dam

Situated about 15 km from Valparai, the most popular tourist destination, Nirar Dam is found in the middle of the rich green backwoods and Hills. The Famous sightseeing place is primarily used for hydroelectricity generation and irrigation purpose. On the other hand, a famous and stunning waterfall which resemblance to the Silver Cascade Waterfalls in Kodaikanal is sited very closed to the Nirar dam. Then again, placed just about 20 kms towards the Athirapally falls, the deepest dam in south Asia; Sholayar Dam and Aliyar Dam is sited in Valparai.

Grass Hills

Among the tourist most target places; the Grass hill is one of the most targeted sightseeing topography in Valparai. Spotted at a separation of 15 kms from Valparai, the green grass environment range is viewed as protected region undertaken by the Government to safeguard the flora and fauna. The mountain is encompassed by brimming with emerald grasses. One can visit the hill with an approval of Forest Dept by motorable jeep from Valparai and by trekking from Chinnar and Thirumurthy Dam of Tiruppur locale. Wild creatures like Elephants, Indian Gaur, Buffalo, Bear and Nilgiri Langurs resides in this hill where wide mixture of winged animals including Hornbills and numerous wild fowls migrate for their shelter every year.

Indira Gandhi Wild Life Sanctuary

Diversified in terms of flora and fauna, the protected area located in the Anamalai Hills at Coimbatore District, the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park spread almost a territory of 958 square Km. Lies in the Western Ghats south of the Palghat Gap, the Sanctuary is known as the biggest and well preserved sanctuary in Tamil Nadu. The National Park is dwelling to renowned Malabar giant squirrel, lion-tailed macaque, elephant, gaur, spotted deer, the Nilgiri langur, sambar, barking deer and wild boar.

Monkey Falls

Found on the Pollachi-Valparai road in the Anamalai Hills range, Monkey falls is one of the travelers most pulled in fall in Valparai. It's one of an ongoing waterfall where one can unwind their brain and body with Ayurvedic shower in this falls. Individuals have a tendency to spend the whole day. On the other side, placed within a reserve forest area, the highest rainfall region of Valparai, the Chinnakallar is simply ideal for trekking & other exercises where the Chinnakallar Falls, Athirampalli Falls & Rhythm Falls is acclaimed in Valparai.

Nallamudi Poonjolai

An astounding perspective point tucked inside the Valparai hills within the Anamalai Tiger Reserve. Nallamudi Poonjolai is placed at around 13 kms from the town of Valparai. The wide perspective of Nallamudi Poonjolai is forest on one side and tea estate; Poonjolai on the other side. The solid land is a perfect spot for nature lovers who wish to invest some quality time gently where Tiger Valley is a perspective point to see Upper Aliyar reservoir which is covered by beauty.

Time to Visit Valparai

The best time to visit the hill station is in between October and March where the weather is cool and lovely. However, during the month of April and May the weather is extremely hot for sightseeing where June to August is considered as monsoon season.
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1: Nice article. I'm glad you used the photo I clicked. Would've been better if you gave credits too.
Posted by: Arjunlal - 12 Apr, 2015
2: un Englishla theeya kondu vekka!
Posted by: Badri - 27 Jan, 2015