Located 36kms from here, Thenmala is the first eco tourism destination in India. Thenmala attracts foreign and domestic tourists with a host of attractions, boating on the lake, a rope bridge, trekking, Rock climbing, Mountain Biking, Valley Crossing, Flying Fox, Deer Rehabilitation centre and a musical fountain. The waterfall called Palaruvi is a prime attraction nearby.

Waterfalls & Cascade

Experience the refreshment at these spellbound destinations. Have fun by taking a dip into the natural pools.
  • Kumbarutti Falls -23 kms via Parpozhi
  • Palaruvi - 26 kms
  • Manimuthar Dam - 40 kms
  • Papanasam - 45 kms
  • Main Falls - 5 km
  • Five Falls – 0.5 kms
  • Tiger Falls - 8 kms

Nava Thirupathi

This 9 Sacred Srivaishnava Temples located near Tirunelveli are known as Nava Thirupathi. Starting from Srivaikuntam one can visit all the nine temples on foot and offer prayers to all perumal in a single day. In these two temples Alwarthirunagari and Srivaikuntam every year festival is celebrated in the month of September.

Wildlife Sanctuary

Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary is unique in its scenic beauty and authentic ambience of nature and unmatchable trekking. Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary offers an opportunity to limited wildlife and nature loving enthusiasts for experiencing the wilderness and richness of wildlife through its unique boating package.

Ambanad Hills

On top of the Ambanad Hills, here one can enjoy the views of the valley with unending stretches of hill ranges, the Estate is set amidst lush greens have several kilometers of walkways through the dense foliage. The air is invigorating and the view awe inspiring. Falls, Boating, Temple, Tea estate and the planted crops include rubber, tea, coffee, cinnamon,etc.,

Manjolai Hills

Located between elevations ranging from 1000 to 1500 Metres, the Manjolai area is set deep within the Western Ghats within the Kalakad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in the Tirunelveli District. Located on top of the Manimutharu Dam & the Manimutharu Water Falls, the Manjolai area comprises Tea Plantations, Small settlements around the tea plantations.

Kasi Viswanatha Temple

Lord Shiva graces in the temple as a swayambumurthi. Worshipping the Lord in this temple is as equal to worshipping the Lord in Kasi – Varanasi. This temple is noted for the three importances of Murthy (the deity), Thalam (holiness of the place) and theertham the holy water. 

Kutraleeswar Temple

This sivasthalam is one of the Pancha Sabha Temples of Lord Shiva. The painting of Natarajar and Sivagami can been seen inside the sanctum sanctorum. This sivasthalam temple is located on the foot of the Kuttralam hill forming a part of the Western Ghats. The Waterfalls & Cascade are visible. The shrine for Kuttralanathar is in the center & Goddess Parasakthi is to the left.

Tirunelveli Nellaiapper Kanthimathiammal

Kanthimathi Ammam Kovil is the most prominent temple in Tirunelveli. The temple has a number of shrines, with those of Nelliappar, Natarajar. This temple has six yearly festivals on its calendar. Brahmotsavam festival during the Tamil month of Thai is the prominent festival celebrated in the temple.

Tenkasi Temple

Tenkasi (South Kasi) is famous for its Ulgamman Temple and its Shiva Temple. The gopuram or the entry gateway remains among the highest in southern Tamil Nadu. The main deity here is Kasi Viswanathar (Shiva). This temple has beautiful sculptures and also has musical stone pillars that emit notes of different pitch when tapped with fingers.

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