Travel guide for Nelliyampathy
Nelliyampathy is famous for its tea and coffee plantations and been attracted by lot of travelers from various part of the world. It is a hill station where you can enjoy a calm stay. We hope you love to be away from the noise of this busy world and be close to the nature and it will be a wonderful experience. This hills adjoining the Parambikulam Wild Life sanctuary where leopards, elephants, bison and deer are plenty and is a paradise for birdwatchers.
One of the attractions here is Seetharkundu viewpoint which is situated at a distance of 8 Kilometers from Nelliyampathy; from here you can see amazing view of Palakkad town.
Travelling to Nelliampathy from Palakkad is a thrilling experience, with the road taking you through the hairpin curves covering the fascinating terrain of the mountain range of Kerala.
Another attraction is Pothundi dam which is 20 Kilometers away. It is constructed in the 19 century and is one of the oldest dams and the biggest Mud Dam in India. The view of Nelliyampathy hills from this dam site is really amazing and is an excellent place for taking nature photos. Early morning and evening views are the best here and the sunrise is perfect. This dam is among the first tourist spots along the way to Nelliyampathy hills. There is a small garden adjacent to the dam.
Poabs Organic Estate is a multi-crop plantation situated in Nelliyampathy hills and Mattumala view point here we can see the Parambikulam dam he beautiful deep valleys.
Padagiri is a famous hill situated at an elevation of 1500 meters above sea level, and is just 6 Kilometers from Nelliyampathy and is also famous as Nellikota. It is one of the tallest and is very popular picnic destination of this area bounded with nice teak plantations.
Nearest airports are Coimbatore and Kochi.
www.Cutekerala.com has an exclusive Nelliyampathy photo gallery.
Attractions & Amenities
Poabs Organic Estates