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Meghamalai, Tamil Nadu

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The name Meghamalai translates into Cloud-covered Hills and that itself amply describes the place. The town usually remains engulfed in mist and fog during monsoon and is one of the wettest places as well. To reach the place, also known as High Wavy Mountains, tourists have to negotiate a thrilling, memorable and nervy drive through 18 hairpin bends. If you are a nature lover who loves tranquillity around then Meghamalai, at over 4,600 feet above sea level, surrounded by a rich variety of flora and fauna, is the place to be. With dams, grasslands, plantations, hills, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, frequent sightings of animals and comfortable stay options, Meghamalai is an unexplored rejuvenating escapade. Located in the Theni district, Meghamalai is about 60 kilometres from Theni and 135 kilometres from Madurai. The nearest rail and air links are at Madurai.
Meghamalai

Nearby Places to See

Maharaja Mettu
At 13 kilometres from Meghamalai it is a vantage point from where a fantastic view of the plains and the ghats are available. It is a 180-degree view that encompasses all elements of nature and presents it to the viewer. The viewpoint is sometimes frequented by elephants and is reached after a short walk.
Maharaja Mettu
Viewpoint
There is a viewpoint within the High Wavy Mountains town from where a bird’s eye view of the town is available. A short hike would take the visitors to the viewpoint.
Dams
Mangala Devi Kannagi Temple
This ancient temple constructed in stone is located atop a hill about 45 kilometres from Meghamalai in the village of Keelagudalur. A hike of about 20 minutes is needed to reach the top of the hill.
Meghamalai Wildlife Sanctuary
Chinna Suruli Falls
This 40-45 feet tall tier-style waterfall is located at about 55 kilometres from Meghamalai. It is formed by the stream which originates in the Meghamalai range of mountains and is a favourite place for picnics.
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