Amaravathi Dam - Things to Know Before Visiting
Amaravathi Dam, Tamil Nadu 642102
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About Amaravathi Dam
It is a dam constructed across the Amaravathi river in 1957 during K .Kamaraj's administration.
Attractions Near Amaravathi Dam
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.
Earlier known as Indira Gandhi Wildlife sanctuary is a protected area in the Annamalai hills of Pollachi and Walparai. It would be a wonderful experience to visit this place and enjoy the serene nature and climate, and to know about the animals and their habitat.
Hike to the waterfall through the forests of Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary.
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.
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.
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'.
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Famous for temples and industrial areas.