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Nelliyampathy Travel Guide

Nelliyampathy is one of the little famous hill stations of South India. This beautiful culture holiday spot is situated 52 km from Palakkad. Nelliyampathy is blest with ever green forests with number of wild animals like elephants, hill squirrels and bison. The rambling tea gardens, coffee, cardamom and orange plantation add beauty to this tremendous summer destination.

When riding towards Nelliyampathy, one has to manage a dozen hairpin bends that renders breathtaking watches of valleys and mountains with thick green forests. Seetha Kundu, Kesavanpara and Mampara are the outstanding view points that render bird's eye view of the entire Sahya mountain ranges. Nelliyampathy is linked with roads from Palakkad and Coimbatore. Although there are bus services available, their frequency is very less. Employing a car from Palakkad or Coimbatore would be an apotheosis solution.

Nelliyampathy comprises of chains from 500 m to 1600 m rendering vast opportunities for trekkers and adventure holiday lovers. Kakatty suffices as an ideal base camp with several trekking and other facilities. Nelliyampathy also allows for great opportunities for hand sailing.

Nelliyampathy is the complete holiday destination for eco tourism and farm tourism. Posturing at an elevation of 1585 m above the mean sea level on Western Ghats, Nelliyampathy is an attractive place. Vellachimudi, Mayanmudi, Valiyavana and Vela Vanchan are some of the important peaks in this mountain range. According to some historians, a rich civilization survived in Nelliyampathy during Tamil Sangam Era. Padagiri is the highest peak located on the Nellikotta mountain ranges.



 
   
 
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