Black Thunder is considered Asia's Number one theme park and if you are in Coimbatore, this is a definite must visit. Kids and adults alike can have a blast in this lovely place. The park is beautifully landscaped and thanks to the Nilgiris reaching out to the skies in the background, the weather is cool and pleasant.Black Thunder is a place where you can let your hair down and have pure unadulterated fun. The park teems with visitors, all coming there with the sole purpose of enjoying themselves. And they sure do! As they take the various rides you can hear shrieks of excitement punctuating the air!
An important and Interesting Tourist spot of Tamilnadu. This place is also a place of visit in the summer season for its chill climate. Udagamandalam-Ooty in short is called as the "Queen of Hills". It is located at the tri junction of Tamilnadu, kerala and Karnataka. It is at 7500 feet above the sea level and finds its location in the Nilgris (also called as Blue Mountain). Nilgris is a beautiful mountain range which is a part of Western Ghats. Totally there are three places to visit namely Kothagiri, Coonoor and Ooty. Among these three Ooty is given the primal importance because of its scenic Beauty and excellent climate conditions.
The Dhyanalinga is a Yogic temple located 66 kms from Tirupur, India. The temple was consecrated by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a yogi and mystic. The temple is consecrated using prana prathista and is dedicated for meditation. Silence is maintained inside the temple. Dhyana in the Sanskrit language, means meditation and linga means form. Dhyanalinga is claimed by the owners of the temple to be a powerful and unique energy form created from the distilled essence of yogic sciences and the first of its kind to be completed in over 2,000 years. The Dhyanalinga Yogic Temple offers a meditative space that does not ascribe to any particular faith or belief system.
The Perur Siva Temple is situated some 6 kilometers away in the west of Coimbatore. The temple was built by the Karikala Cholan and it is constructed on the banks of the river Noyyal. The Perur Siva Temple is purely dedicated to the lord Siva and the deity in the shrine is called as Patteeswaras and His Consort, Pachai Nayaki. The buildings in the outer edge were constructed by the sawyers of Madurai during 17th century. The inner place of worship is quite very old and the temple has prominent figures of the Indian soldiers in the entrance. The temple is also called as Mel Chidambaram.
Kovai Kondattam is one of the Best Amusement Park located at Perur in Coimbatore District. It is an amazing theme park that makes adults and children to enjoy and have ultimate fun throughout the day. It has entertaining games like slides, water rides and open air theater where several events will take place. It also includes spiral tower, water pool, magical fountain, pirate ship, etc. Details: Kovai Kondattam 2/347, SH 164, Kalam Palayam, Coimbatore-641010. Timing: 10:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Monkey Falls is a excellent place for a get away. It lies something around 27 kms from Pollachi enroute to Valparai. From Coimbatore it is around 65 kms by street. This waterfall begins from the Valparai mount ranges. Furthermore it demonstrates a superb puts with amazing characteristic and greenery surrounding. This Monkey Falls lures numerous guests who throng this place throughout weekends and open occasions. Monkey Falls is one of the well known attractions known for the perpetual waterfall. The waterway stream encompassed by the rich greenery begins from Valparai Hills.
In Sanskrit, "Achalam" means "Mountain". As the mountain here are surrounded by Marudham trees, the place is known as "Marudhachalam" and "Marudhamalai" in Tamil. The holy shrine of Marudhamalai is believed to remove both physical and mental afflictions and attachments as the hill abounds in Medicinal herbs. The holy cow 'Kamadhenu' is believed to have grazed in the pastures of this hillock and drunk from the springs under the Marudham tree as per Perur Puranam written by Kashyapa Munivar.
Topslip is located above the 800 feet from the sea level on the Anamalai mountain range. It is a small place in Indira Gandhi National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary that lies in the Coimbatore District of Tamil Nadu at the southern part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. Separated from the Nilgiri Hills by the Palghat Gap on the north, the Park is contiguous to the Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala) to its west and to the Eravikulam National Park (Kerala) and Chinnar Wild life sanctuary.
Beside the waterfalls, cascades and green slopes there are more about Kodaikanal that promises to make your holiday a memorable one in kodaikanal. Kodaikanal is a mesmerizing hill station located amidst the Palani Hills of South India. It is one of the refreshing summer retreats in this part of the country. Set at an altitude of 2100 meters above sea level, Kodaikanal soothes the visitor with the cool climes. The surrounding forests provide great trekking opportunities and some awesome scenic views. There is also the beautiful Kodai Lake famous for its natural beauty. The not so adventurous can enjoy strolling around this place and spend a quite and relaxing vacation. A boat ride in this lake can also be a very good idea.
Aliyar Dam was constructed in 1962 across the Aliyar river. It is located about 81 kms from Tirupur and it is found on the foothills of Valparai. Here, Aliyar lake receives water from upper aliyar reservoir through hydro-electric power station in Navamali and the Parambikulam reservoir through a contour canal. Near Aliyar dam, a good-looking park, an aquarium and a mini theme park is being maintained by Tamilnadu Fisheries Corporation. Ambarambalayam Darga is situated at the banks of the river Aliyar.
Thirumoorthy Hills form a part of the Anaimalai range of the Western Ghats. Thirumoorthy temple is situated 70 Kms from Tirupur and 20 kms from Udumalpet on the highway from Palani to Coimbatore. Like other hills in Anaimalai range, this place heaven for the hikers and natural lovers. If you want to hike around Thirumoorthy hills, you should get permission from the forest department. Forest department is located nearby Thirumoorthy hills bus station and/or temple. Besides, it consists of three places of interest – Thirumoorthy Temple, Panjalinga Falls, and Thirumoorthy Dam.