Settled in Tamil Nadu’s Shivaroy Hills, Yercaud is a peaceful slope station saturated with ample greenery in the Eastern Ghats. This locale has a history going back to the British hour, usually called ‘Ooty of the Poor’. Located at an altitude of 4970 feet, Yercaud is renowned for its wide expanses of espresso ranches. This fascinating town is a paradise for nature lovers, a great place to experience nature at its charming best.The distance between Dindigul to yercaud is 198 Km.Travel time between Dindigul to yercaud is 3 hrs 50 Mins.
DAY WISE ITINERARY
DAY 1 – Dindigul to Yercaud (Yercaud Sightseeing)
- Pick up from Dindigul.
- Then proceed towards Yercaud.
- Hotel Check In. Rose Garden.
- The Servaroyan Temple.
- Orchidarium. Kiliyur WaterFalls.
- Overnight stay at Yercaud.
DAY 2 – Yercaud Sightseeing
- After Refreshment and Breakfast.
- Check out the hotel.
- Sriraja Rajaswari Temple.
- Lady’s Seat.
- Kottachedu Teak Forest.
- Bear’s cave.
- Then proceed towards Dindigul.
- Finally drop at Railway Junction.
What ‘s Included
- We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
- Solo Traveller
- Double sharing Rooms
- Suite Rooms
- Deluxe Rooms
- Royal Suite Rooms
- Home Stay (As per required )
- From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care Local Speaking Guide – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
- Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per required )
- All local vehicle transport.(Dindigul to Yercaud to Dindigul).
This area, commonly called ‘Ooty of the Poor,’ has a history that dates back to the British period. Yercaud, situated at an altitude of 4970 feet, is renowned for its extensive coffee plantation extensions. This quaint city, a paradise for nature lovers, is an ideal place to experience nature at its enchanting best. On the way from Dindigul to Yercaud to see different types of animals,monkeys and birds,etc…,
It draws thousands of visitors from various parts of the world with a salubrious climate throughout the year. The summer festival held in May is one of the many highlights.It is dedicated to the supreme god of the ranges, Lord Servarayan, and gives tourists a peek into this region’s rich heritage. Yercaud is one of the incredible weekend getaways in South India that one can not afford to skip, with its diverse flora and rich culture.
The main part of the Bear ‘s cave is situated about 7 feet below the ground level and contains a deeper gorge which is believed by the local people to lead up to the cave situated in the Shervaroyan Temple.
Well maintained Botanical Garden by the BSI contains a rich collection of plants. A “Bell Rock” in the BSI campus makes bell sound when you hit with stone.
Located 3 km from Yercaud Lake, Killiyur Falls should be visited after the South West or North East Monsoon. The surplus of water from Yercaud Lake and the Shevaroys’ other ranges.
Lady’s / Gent’s & Children’s Seat: In the shape of a seat, there is a natural rock formation where a white English lady supposedly spent her evenings viewing the majestic beauty of the hill.
The Major Lake (Boating):The lake is among all the hill station lakes in the south, the only natural lake. A “Deer Park” and a “leisure park” surround it.
Pagoda Stage: This lies on the Yercaud hills’ eastern side and is also known as the stage of the Pyramid. There is a temple of Rama today that lies between this pagoda. From this picnic spot, one can get a great view of Attur and Ayothiapattinam. It’s 5 km from the centre.
Sri Raja Rajeswari Temple: On the way to Servarayan Temple, it’s 4 km from Yercaud. This is said to be the goddess of all gods in the Hindu Pantheon, and one may gain riches and prosperity by praying to her and be raised to higher spiritual levels.
Silk Farm & Rose Garden: The cultivation of mulberries, the development of silk worms, the silk worm system and the silk spinning technique can be seen. The Rose Garden is a good selection of colourful roses and nursery plants are also purchased 2 km from the city from here. For more details about Dindigul to Yercaud tour package please contact 9443204141,9578784466.