Valparai is one hill station which is not for the light-hearth person. Located at height 3500 feet above sea level, it is a standout amongst the most delightful hill stations in Tamil Nadu. Valparai is situated in the Coimbatore district and is a portion of the Anamalai mountain limit. It is a hill station where the man-made tea and coffee estates exist together with the thick forests, wild waterfalls and whispering streams.
Valparai has gloats of nearly zero man-made tourist attractions in which numerous dense jungles, wildlife sanctuaries, and waterfalls. The vast majority of the jungle areas are still not reachable for tourist yet. There are wildlife attractions are in Valparai that the tourist shouldn’t let miss it out of their hands. Valparai is also famous for its tea and coffee plantation, dense forests, factories, and dams. Going for a walk through the tea plantations early in the morning will enable you to loosen up your spirit in the lap of nature. The place with its wildlife and natural charm is most preferred by people who enjoyed and loves photography.
Attractions: Attractions: Aliyar Dam, Monkey Falls, Loam’s View Point, Tiger Valley, Balaji Temple, Chitti Vinayagar Temple, Karamalai Annai Velankanni Church, Sholayar Dam, Nirar Dam,Chinnakallar, Nallamudi Poonjolai, Number Parai, Grass Hills, Kadamparai Dam, Manampalli forest, etc…
Nearby places: Pollachi, Topslip, Coimbatore, Udumalpet, Palani.
Best Time to visit: October to November and March to May.
Peak Season: September to March.
How to Reach
- By Air: Nearest airport to Valparai is 110 km away. Coimbatore airport still doesn’t have many international flights comes here often. All major cities domestic flights come here on a frequent basis.
- By Road: To reach via road to Valparai is an easy and cheaper way. Coimbatore is 108 km and Pollachi 65 km aways. Visitors arriving via Coimbatore must have to visit Pollachi and then catch a bus or any vehicle to Valparai from there.