Ooty : This place is aptly called as the “Queen of Hill Stations” for no minute reasons. The climate exudes natural breath of fresh and cool air and is a big relief for those who hail from the tropical lands. The Government rose gardens and Ooty lake should not be missed! And the place is quite popular for Eucalyptus trees and Kurunji flowers.
Yelagiri : Located in the vellore district of Tamilnadu, about 230 kms from Chennai, is a land that even the best of paradise can feel jealous. Scintillating waters and the trees that beckon while you pass by them, are some of the various dimensions the place holds true. Watch out for the Swamimalai hills and Jalagamparai waterfalls.
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Valparai : It is one of the hill stations in Tamilnadu that you would find sprightly attractive and deep reflection of thoughts penetrate into the beautiful scenery. The Indira Gandhi wildlife sanctuary is a cynosure to the sulking eyes. Have you booked your tickets?
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Kodaikanal : If Ooty is called the “ Queen of hill stations”, then there cannot be a suitable name as right as “ Princess of hill stations” for Kodaikanal. And you would not miss the place if you know that a famous Kamal Hassan movie was shot here in a cave, named after the movie itself.
Yercaud : It is a precious hill destination in Tamilnadu and has been otherwise called “ Jewel of the South”. Yercaud is a collective of lakes and forests forming a pleasant atmosphere. The place is an absolute favourite for the one who loves to trek.