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Hill Stations of Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is one of
those states where you
feel like coming again,
every time you think of
India. The geographical,
cultural and
environmental diversities
of the land have made it a
preferred tourist
destination. Ever
wondered why the name
of Ooty crops up every
time someone talks of
Indian hill stations? Such is
the appeal and charm of
the hill stations of Tamil
Nadu that you invariably
get drawn to a few names
while finalizing your
The state of Tamil Nadu is
situated on the
southeastern part of the
Indian peninsula.
Traveling across the
length and breadth of
Tamil Nadu, you can
easily feel the topography
of the state. The Coastal
plains border the state on
the eastern side while the
Northern and the Western
parts abound in hilly
regions. If you ever
thought to stroll through
the clouds then the hill
stations of Tamil Nadu are
the places to do the same.
The hill stations like Ooty
and Kodaikanal, with their
pleasant climate and
rejuvenating atmosphere,
offer all that you wanted
to do for a long time.
The Nilgiri hills, located at
the point where the
Eastern and Western
Ghats merge, is home to
some of the most
beautiful hill stations of
Tamilnadu including
Udhagamandalam (Ooty),
Coonoor and Kotagiri. If
you are also into
adventure and fun sports
then these hill stations are
a must visit for you. You
can enjoy trekking,
fishing, hang gliding and
Golf at these hill stations.
Another enchanting hill
station in Tamil Nadu is
Kodaikanal. Located on the
Palni hills Kodaikanal is
known for its natural
beauty and the hues of
Kurinji plant, which gives
purple flowers once in
twelve years. The man-
made Kodai Lake adds to
the captivating charm of
the hill station. There is
much more natural
beauty to explore and
appreciate in Tamil Nadu.
The serene environment
and the magical charm of
the hill stations of Tamil
Nadu beckon you to
explore the same.
Coonoor Hill
Coonoor, a beautiful and
serene hill station of Tamil
Nadu, lies in the Nilgiri
Hills. Coonoor derives its
name from the Coon hill
tribe of the region. Tea
bushes, Grassy
meadows, profusion of
Sunflowers, Marigolds
and Rhododendrons
characterize Coonoor.
Kotagiri Hill
Kotagiri is one of the three
popular hill stations,
located in the Nilgiri Hills. It
is just an hour's drive
from Udhagamandalam,
popularly known as Ooty.
Kotagiri is a small hill
resort located amid the
lush tea estates.
Ooty is nestled in the
strikingly green abode of
misty blue hills of the
Nilgiris. As a queen of hill
stations in South India,
perched at an altitude of
2240 m, Ooty or
Udhagamandalam is the
headquarters of the
Nilgiri's district where the
two ghats converge.
Velliangiri Hills
Velliangiri Hills count
amongst the lesser-
known hill stations of
Tamilnadu. Of all the
mountain shrines in
Kongunadu, the Siva
temple of Velliangiri in the
western boundary is
considered to be the most
Yercaud Hill
Though Yercaud is not as
popular and famous as
other hill stations of Tamil
Nadu yet it is no less in
natural beauty and charm.
Yercaud is located on the
Shevaroy hills of the
Eastern Ghats.

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