Megamalai Tourism

Meghamalai Tourism offers a variety of exciting activities and attractions for visitors. From trekking and hiking to camping and birdwatching, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Visitors can also take part in local cultural activities and learn about the area's rich history. Meghamalai Tourism also caters to adventure lovers. There are options to go rappelling, rock-climbing, and even river rafting. For a more relaxed experience, visitors can explore the lush green tea estates, take a stroll along the streams, and visit the numerous waterfalls in the region. Meghamalai Tourism also offers a range of cultural experiences, like visiting local villages, interacting with the locals, and taking part in traditional festivals and activities. Visitors can also enjoy the region's unique wildlife, with a variety of rare bird species and other animals. For a truly immersive experience, visitors can stay in one of the many homestays in the area. There are also opportunities for trekking and rock climbing, as well as jeep rides through the jungle. The area is renowned for its breathtaking views and pristine forests, making it a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a unique and memorable experience. Visitors to Meghamalai can enjoy a variety of activities and attractions, exploring lush green tea estates.

megamalai waterfalls

Suruli Falls

Megamalai water Falls

The Megamalai ranges are also the birthplace of Megamalai Falls. This fall descends from a stream originating from the hills. It is also known as Clouds Land Falls and serves as the rendezvous of many wild animals. Megamalai falls are round-the-year falls that do not run dry. The originating place of Suruli Theertham (Suruli falls near Cumbum town) is a popular attraction for tourists. Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary Tamil Nadu Forest Department is established the Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary in an area of 600 sq km of the forest in the division. The Sanctuary will serve as an excellent buffer to the Periyar Tiger Reserve and will also help in strengthening the conservation efforts in the Tea estates and dams.

Bird watching:

Megamalai is also host to a wide variety of birds, mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
It is also an ideal place for bird watching. In the forests over 100 species of birds have been identified.

Wild animals / Sightings:

Wild Gears and Elephants are commonly sighted across the few plantations, but more so within the Highways Group of Estates. Being very close to the forest, a number of wild animals can be seen roaming here.

The most commonly seen animals are
Tiger, Leopard, Nilgiri Tahr, Gaur, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, Sambar, Wild Boar, Porcupine, Nilgiri Langur, Lion-Tailed Macaque, Common Langur, Peafowls, Barking deer, Indian Gays, Jungle fowl, Malabar Giant Squirrel. Bonnet Macaque, Sloth Bear, Gray Jungle Fowl, Smooth-Coated Otter and Flying Squirrel.

Resident and migratory elephants can also be seen wandering in groups here.

Long mountain walks:

You can travel to the nearby forest in the morning (ideally by 6.00 am) and roam around, and another area is a view point. It’s the right place where you can see Cumbum town in Tamilnadu and the water reservoir in thekkadi. It is not an exposed/exploited (not sure which is correct, but both ways it is correct) hill station with less tourists. You will not find much tourists over there, it’s mainly because of inadequate travel facility and condition of the road.

But it offers an excellent view of the tea plantations. The rolling hills, the cool mountains and the breathtaking scenery here is ideal for trekking and long mountain walks.

Tea estates and dams:

A6000 acre tea plantation the largest plantation, the Highwavys Group, is a tea plantation owned previously by Hindustan Lever and today run successfully by the Woodbriar group.

Highways is a viewpoint that will afford a wonderful view of the entire mountain range of Varusanadu Hills. There few large private tea, spices and coffee plantations all around, notable include The Highwavys Estates owned by The Woodbriar Group, Ananda Plantations, Ponsiva Plantations and Feildmede Estate have the largest holdings of plantations in Meghamalai, an artificial lake and plenty of scope for making leisurely walks. Kardana Coffee Estate is situated in the High Wavy Mountains

Six dam son the hill and originating place of Suruli falls near Cumbum town are popular attractions for tourists. From Manalar dam,one can view the deep Cumbum Valley and the villages of Theni district.


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