One of the most exciting things to do in Yelagiri is spending a day at the Adventure Camp. Yelagiri adventure camp has recently been started by the Tamil Nadu government in order to promote adventure activities at the hill station. The endeavor to make Yelagiri an attractive tourist spot includes, mountain climbing, trekking, hiking and even paragliding. The security and safety measures are state of the art and adventure sports at Yelagiri are gaining huge recognition.
Going to the waterfall requires a 5 km trek. But the trek is well worth it. The Attaru river flows through Yelagiri and the breaks into a beautiful fall from the mountain rocks. The fall dries up in the summer season, and is beat seen around November and December. The waterfalls is a very beautiful spot to relax and rewind and rejuvenate from the monotony of life. Visiting here is one of the topmost things to do in Yelagiri.
Nature park, a famous and alluring garden in Yelagiri in Tamil Nadu is spread over an area of 12 acres. The park is situated near to the Punganoor Lake.The park is the best destination for all ages of people and provide a feeling of relaxation and stunning environment. It consists of diversified and enormous numbers of flora. There are number of things such as artificial cascade or the waterfall, children's park, musical fountain with multi-coloured lighting, fish aquarium, seasonal garden, bamboo house, poly house and many more to engage kids and even elders for a long time.
The Punganoor Lake is one of the most popular artificial lakes in Tamil Nadu. The man made lake covers nearly 60 sq. meters of land. There is also a fountain in the middle and boating facilities are available. The lake also offers beautiful views of the sunset. Making a visit to this lake is one of the topmost things to do in Yelagiri.
Yelagiri's most popular hill and one of the most breath taking as well, the Swami Malai Hill is the highest point of the hill station. A 3 km trek from the Punganoor lake will take you to the hill top. A small area of the hilltop has the most dazzling view of the entire Valley. Trekking upto Swami Malai has gained a lot of popularity in the recent past.
Another artificial Lake built in the region is the Nilavoor Lake. The quite Lake is surrounded by greenery and gives tourists ideal boating options. Most people come out here to enjoy a picnic. Kids especially love this place because of several recreational options available.
Located on one of the highest peaks of the Yelagiri Hills, the Murugan Temple is among the most visited tourist places in Yelagiri. It is dedicated to Lord Murugan. Its location on the top of the hill gives the tourist a mesmerising view of the green valleys of Yelagiri. Also known as the Velavan Temple, visiting here is one of the topmost things to do in Yelagiri. The place is visited by tourists and pilgrims alike.
Vainu Bappu Observatory, also known as the Telescope Observatory is located in Kavalur, very near to Yelagiri. Home to Asia's largest telescope, it was established in 1970s and can only be visited on prior permission. Besides the celestial bodies and the fascinating stars, you can also spot the affluent wildlife- flora and fauna, near the observatory.
Government Herbal Park is another attraction in Yelagiri which attracts a lot of tourists. Situated close to the Puganoor lake, the park boasts of acres of land area where several medicinal herbs and plants are grown. These plants are used for making Ayurvedic medicines. The park is one of the top tourist attraction of the place.
The summer Festival of Yelagiri isn't very popular among tourists, but it is definitely worth seeing. majorly attended by government officials from Tamil Nadu and other states, the Yelagiri Summer Festival is held every year in May and June. Hundreds of village people, farmers, handicraftsmen and artists make there way to Yelagiri to showcase their produce. There are many cultural programs, music, folk dances etc that happen during the time.
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