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Overview

Yercaud is a hill station town in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It lies in the Shevaroy Hills, known for their orange groves, and coffee, fruit and spice plantations. Yercaud Lake has a boathouse, and is surrounded by gardens and woods. On the lake’s eastern shore, Anna Park has local plants and a Japanese garden with bonsai. To the southwest, Lady’s Seat vantage point has a watchtower with a telescope.

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Transport : Yercaud is situated in Salem district, Tamil Nadu. The nearest city is Salem, 32 km away. 

By Air       : The nearest airports are Salem Airport at a distance of 38 km. 

By Road  : TNSTC – Salem operates the buses from Yercaud to major cities. Alternatively, it can also be accessed from Dharmapuri via Kanavaipudur.

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Experiences

Yercaud Lake

The Yercaud Lake is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Yercaud. Providing stunning, panoramic views of the hills and lush green lawns of this hill station, this Lake also barges out as one of the most sought after destinations in Yercaud. The pool, which is surrounded by gardens and well wooded trees, provides a soothing and tranquil experience. Here, travellers can experience everything that Yercaud and its hills have to offer.

32-km Loop Road

Ever wondered why India is renowned all over the world for its tea and coffee plantations? If yes, then this is one of the best places to visit in Yercaud and explore. The 32-Km Loop Road is actually a 32 kilometre stretch, which begins from the Yercaud Lake and takes one through the much-appreciated roads and agricultural plantations of Yercaud. This is one of the best tourist places in Yercaud, as it offers the taste of culture, the essence of lives, imprints of the heritage and the varied developments of the hill station.

Kottachedu Teak Forest

If you are curious to know, how life had been during the Stone-Age era or how evolution has changed the world, the Kottachedu Teak Forest is one of the must visit tourist places in Yercaud. Although the hill station of Yercaud doesn’t feature much trees apart from bamboo, this is a destination that will take you by surprise. Filled with flora and fauna, the teak forest will take you back to the past, explaining how people lived before the incorporation of all modern developments.

Kiliyur waterfall

The waterfall is one of the best places to visit in Yercaud. Considered as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in India, the enchanting and fascinating beauty of this 300 ft high waterfall will leave an indelible imprint on your mind and heart. The serene location of the waterfall serves as a secluded getaway for those, who wish to feel invigorated and beat the stresses of daily life. Located in the Servaroyan hill range of the Eastern Ghats in Tamil Nadu, the waterfall can only be reached through the rugged and rustic terrains

Tipperary View Point

Add this spot in your list of tourist places in Yercaud that you’ll be visiting and witness a range of wonderful views. Drive along with the Tipperary road and explore the southernmost point of Yercaud. On the route, you can spot the woodlands and trails of lush green that will delight your eyes. Here you can spot the elephant rocks that are sparkling white in color and are formed by the deposition of meteorite. The entire region has graphite rocks and these two colored rocks make an amazing contrast.

Lady's Seat

Rocks are indigenous part of the Yercaud hill station. But what makes this place of interest one of the best places to visit in Yercaud is the fact, that it has played a vital role during the British Rule in India. Lady’s seat is a rock that was formed in the shape of seat, making it appear comfortable. Providing incredible views of the clouds, mists and greenery around, this Lady’s Seat was once the favourite recreational spots of the British females, residing in Yercaud.

Anna Park

Anna Park is a major tourist attraction in the list of best tourist places in Yercaud, which offers incredible insight into the natural species of plants and animals around Shevaroys Hills of Tamil Nadu. The park is located adjacent to the Lake Yercaud. It is an ideal place to visit during the picnic trips to the highest points in Tamil Nadu. The park also features a wide collection of natural plants and species that are found in the Eastern Ghats. While the swings and slides of Anna Park entice the children, the pleasant ambience of the park attracts the other visitors to spend some of their amusing moments in the par

The Servaroyan Temple

The Servaroyan Temple is one of the best places to visit in Yercaud. Located at the highest point of this hill station, the temple offers incredible insight into the spiritual development of this region. Built by the ancient tribes of Yercaud, the Servaroyan Temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kaveri. It is a serene, pious and one of the most beautiful places of interest that will instantly fill your heart with its captivating structures, fringed with historical and religious significances. As the temple is located at the highest point of the Servaroyan range, it offers the most pristine view of the Mettur Dam. Mists and fogs are the boon of this region and they intensify the beauty of the temple and its surroundings.

Manjakuttai view point

Manjakuttai view point is also known as the sunrise point. It owns astonishing views of encircling valleys and mountains. When sun rises from hills it looks beautiful. Below there is a blanket of cloud surrounded by fog and sun rising behind the hill. Quad Biking is also there on the open field. Though this viewpoint is less known to people as it is still under development. But it is worth going to adore the allure of view point. One can watch a great view in winter with fog hitting on the face. The best time to visit Manjakuttai View Point is early morning, to admire the beauty of a sunrise. The roads are accessible but could be very steep. There are no shops around (at least during off-season). But there are local villagers around. It is a great place to drive or trek to if one wants to make a quick getaway for a couple of hours

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