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Nestled in the Shivaroy Hills of Tamil Nadu, Yercaud is a hill station in the Eastern Ghats steeped in abundant greenery. Commonly called ‘Ooty of the Poor’, this region has a history dating back to the time of the British. Located at an altitude of 4970 feet, Yercaud is known for its vast expanses of coffee plantations and great weather.

Yercaud lake is the main point of attraction in the region. One of the many highlights is the summer festival that takes place in May. It is dedicated to Lord Servarayan, the supreme god of the ranges, and gives visitors a glimpse into the rich heritage of this region.

Places to visit:

  • Emerald Lake
  • Pagoda Point
  • Botanical Garden
  • Anna Park
  • Lady’s Seat
  • Killiyur Falls
  • Bear’s Cave
  • Shevaroy Hills
  • Tipperary Viewpoint
  • Annamalaiyar Temple View Point
  • Karadiyur View Point
  • Shevaroy Temple
  • Raja Rajeshwari Temple
  • Deer Park

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