20 Attractions to Explore Near Poombarai
All attractions near Poombarai
7.43km 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.
7.81km 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 Falls
7.96km 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 Viewpoint
8.13km from Poombarai
Pillar Rocks are three vertical granite boulders, standing shoulder to shoulder amidst untouched packets of dense rainforests.
8.14km 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.
8.94km from Poombarai
A manmade lake located in the Kodaikanal city. boating, natural beauty, horse ride, shopping etc.
Coakers Walk - Kodaikanal
9.84km from Poombarai
Coakers Walk is a beautiful man-made one-kilometre-long walking plaza built on the mountains in the mesmerizing city of Kodaikanal
Kodaikanal Pine Forest
10.9km from Poombarai
A great place for some nature walking and photography. This is a popular tourist spot in Kodaikanal and has an option for horse riding. The pine trees were planted in 1906 in order to grow timber.
15.89km from Poombarai
Kumbakkarai falls is the lesser- known falls in the foothills of Kodaikanal. This falls has two stages. . The travellers come here and take bath in the falls. The water flows throughout the year; but in rainy seasons the flow will be very heavy. Bathing is possible.
Amaravathi Crocodile Farm
23.2km from Poombarai
The Amaravathi Crocodile Farm is considered as the biggest crocodile reproducing focus in southern India. The mugger crocodiles, famous as the Persian crocodiles and bog crocodiles, are the ordinarily discovered species.
Top Station Munnar
23.23km from Poombarai
Stay above the clouds, admire the beauty of the hills and the majestic sun emerging from the clouds in the morning.
Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple
23.72km from Poombarai
Palani is one of the important pilgrim place for Hindus. Palani Murugan (Kartikeya) temple is very famous among Hindu religion. This temple is situated in the top of a large hills. there is ropeway now to climb the hills, otherwise we should climb around 1000 steps to get there.
23.94km from Poombarai
It is a dam constructed across the Amaravathi river in 1957 during K .Kamaraj's administration.
24.22km from Poombarai
Hike to the waterfall through the forests of Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary.
24.41km from Poombarai
20 meters high waterfall set in the wilderness overlooking view towards open valleys. You can shower underneath the falls if you are willing to fight the coldness of the waters.
Kurangani-Top Station Trail
24.67km from Poombarai
Kurangani hill station lies close to Bodinayakanur in Theni district of Tamil Nadu. This lesser known gem of a place amid the vastly explored Western Ghats also holds a precipitous ledge at the height point of 8782 ft.
Kanthaloor View Point
24.95km from Poombarai
Viewpoint overlooking a valley below. A nice rocky place to spend time absorbing a peaceful scenary, and to feel the cold winds brushing the body softly.
Muniyara - Anakottapara Park
25.48km from Poombarai
The Muniyara Dolmens are magnificent prehistoric dolmens, situated in Marayoor, Idukki. The tourists trek through the area of Muniyara to reach 15 different types of Dolmens, which belongs to the Neolithic Age, i.e. between 3000 BC and 14000 BC.
28.51km from Poombarai
Hike through cloud cladded peaks and rhododendron valleys, experience the most beautiful sights of the Western Ghat Mountains.
Kolukku Malai Top
28.68km from Poombarai
The best place to view the sunrise, the beauty of tea plantations, clouds locked in valleys.