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Poombarai

Poombarai, Tamil Nadu 624103, India

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About Poombarai

A picturesque village in Kodaikanal, located around 6300 m above sea level. This place is famous for garlic and here is a small temple 'Kuzhanthai velappar temple'.


Attractions near Poombarai

Fairy Falls7.43km from Poombarai

Situated in the beautiful South-Indian station of Kodaikanal, the enchanting Fairy Falls is the source of the Pambar River which joins into the Vaigai River later on.

Guna Caves7.81km from Poombarai

Guna Cave is wonderful tourist spot in Kodaikanal on Moir Point road. The cave is formed between two large Pillar Rocks. It is one of the best tourist  places to visit in kodaikanal. This large, dark and ancient cave is also called as Devil's Kitchen.

Bear Shola Falls7.96km from Poombarai

Bear Shola Falls is a popular tourist spot in the region of Kodaikanal. This cascade is a seasonal attraction that comes to life in its fullest during the monsoons when the water flows down from the hilltop making its way through the verdant greenery of the region.

Pillar Rocks Viewpoint8.13km from Poombarai

Pillar Rocks are three vertical granite boulders, standing shoulder to shoulder amidst untouched packets of dense rainforests.

Berijam Lake8.14km from Poombarai

Berijam Lake is a reservoir near Kodaikanal. It is at the old site of Fort Hamilton in the upper Palani hills. This is part of a watershed development project. Trekkers can get permission to stay overnight. There is a forest rest house with limited accommodations which serves as an overnight base camp for Forestry Department staff, researchers, and trekkers.

Kodaikanal Lake8.94km from Poombarai

A manmade lake located in the Kodaikanal city. boating, natural beauty, horse ride, shopping etc.

Where is Poombarai

Discover more attractions in Dindigul, where Poombarai is located

Dindigul13 attractions

Dindigul derives its name from the words 'Thindu' which means pillow and 'kal' which means rock. It refers to the bare hills which overlook the city.