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Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

Mudumalai wildlife reserve is a continuation of the Bandipur National Park. The river Moyar that flows along the border or Tamil Nadu and Karnataka separates the two. The Mysore - Ooty highway runs through the park. The 321 sq. km. reserve is situated in Tamil Nadu. Mudumalai wildlife reserve was the first sanctuary in south India. The terrain is extremely varied with hills, valleys, ravines, watercourses and swamps. The vegetation comprises of tropical moist deciduous forests, dry deciduous forests and scrub forests.

Needle Rock View Point

Needle Rock View Point is a tourist spot in Gudalur, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. Where the Gudalur is located 51 km on the west of Ooty and the Needle Rock viewpoint is about 8 km from Gudalur on the way of Gudalur-Ooty road. The view point gives you a 360 degree view. The view point is also known as Soochimalai. From the viewpoint sunset can be seen in clear days and during rainy seasons the place is often covered with mist. The sunset seen from here on clear day is guaranteed to take your breath away.

Frog Hill View Point

Frog Hill View Point is a tourist spot in Gudalur, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. It is about 12 km from Gudalur on the way of Gudalur-Ooty road. From here one can see gigantic frog shape of a hill. From the viewpoint sunset can be seen in clear days and during rainy seasons the place is often covered with mist. The sunset seen from here on clear day is guaranteed to take your breath away. The mountains can be viewed as Frogs Shape from this view point. This View point has also name as "Thavalamalai" because of the shape.


Masinagudi is a stretch of bliss (forest in practical terms) between the Bandhipur and Mudhumalai. Distilled through trees and silence punctuated with cries of the wild, Masinagudi offers hope and scope for weekenders looking for a stint in the wild and trekkers looking for tenacious terrain. Masinagudi offers you the option of having a peaceful, tranquil, beautiful and excellent getaway.


Ooty is a right spot for the lover of nature. It is located at a distance of 105 km away from Coimbatore. It sparkles with fresh vegetation and sceneries. It is “queen of all hill station”. The height of the hills in the Nilgiri range varies between 2280 and 2290 meters. It attracts the tourist by its charming flowers. Lofty mountains, dense forest, acres and acres of tea estates are green feast for the eyes of the tourist.


Coonoor is the second largest hill station in the Nilgiris, surrounded by tea plantations, at an altitude of 1839 metres. Its climate is milder than Ooty. It is a very popular weekend get away for the people in Coimbatore. Coonoor is essentially a small tea garden town where the weather remains pleasantly cool throughout the year. Coonoor is on the toy-train line between Mettupalayam (28 km) and Ooty.


This is part of the drive from Ooty to Calicut via Gudalur, Nilambur .. the Nadugani pass is awesome stretch to drive. Even though the area is not a popular destination for tourists and travellers its blessed with picturesque landscapes, beautifully green carpeted tea gardens , crispy and clean air , mesmerizing beauty of vegetations, birds and wild life make this area unique from other locations.


A picturesque green valley, surrounded by tea plantations, Devala / Gudalur is the meeting point of Eastern Ghats with the Western Ghats. It is at a lower altitude than Udagamandalam (Ooty) , and is a gateway to three states - Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala.Devala is often called 'the second Cherrapunji' for the amount of rainfall it gets in a year. The word Gudalur meaning 'a place that is not easy to find', used to be a hideout for eloped couples and petty thieves who used to hide from the law of the land. But history says that people migrated in from different parts of India to Gudalur, worked hard, fought off wild animals and disease and reaped gold from the land; the present generation being the sons and daughters of those heroes of the land .


The area is rich in flora and fauna , even tough most of the area in the region is covered by Tea plantations and the regions economy is based on the tea industry and the tourism industry is yet to bloom. For many decades the nature is defaced by mankind, the deforestation caused by the English mining industries followed by the massive plantations, timber traders from Malabar, aggressive growth of tea plantations after the arrival of Cylon refuges and the recent encroachment by the locals and big planters and increasing population are affected the balance of the nature and this led to a human-wildlife conflict ,habitat destruction and increased wildlife fragmentation but still there are many part of the woods which remain untouched.

Nilambur Teek forest

The place is famous for teak forests and we can see worlds most aged teak here. The plot extends across 2.31 hectares beside the Chaliyar river at Aruvakode and established about 150 years back. The plantation is named in honor of H.V. Conolly, the then Collector of Malabar during the British rule who was instrumental in planting teak in the entire Nilambur area with the help of Sri.Chathu Menon, a forest officer under him. It is situated on the niligiri ranges of western ghats. It is about 40 kms from Malappuram town and is about 20 kms from manjeri. The plot is maintained by Kerala Forest Research Institute and Kerala Forest Department.

Wayanad Tourism

With its idyllic location in the Nilgiri Biosphere, Wayanad district in Kerala is a land of mysterious mountain caves, thundering waterfalls, large tracts of forest land, ancient ruins, tree houses, jungle trails, exotic wild life and a number of aboriginal tribes. The district's hilly terrain with numerous outback trails and trekking routes makes it an ideal destination for adventure seekers. With 26% forest cover, much of the district still remains unexplored, and constitutes the last surviving tracts of a unique ecosystem. Major Tourist Spots in wayanad are: i) Meenmutty Waterfalls, ii) Edakkal Caves, iii) Karapuzha Dam, iv0 Pookote Lake, v) Kuruva Island, vi) Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary etc.,

Meenmutti water falls

Meenmutty Waterfalls is a spectacular fall that cascades from a height of about 300m in three stages. It is the second largest waterfall in Kerala. Located in the lush deciduous forest 29km south of Kalpetta, the falls can be reached only after a 2km trek. The Meenmutty, Soochipara, and Kanthanpara waterfalls combined, feed the Chaliyar river (50km).