Yelagiri Hills
  • Yelagiri Hills (27 km from Tirupattur)

    Yelagiri is a hill-station on the Vaniyambadi-Tirupattur Road, midway between Chennai and Bangalore. Located at an altitude of 1,050 metres (3,500 ft) and spread across 30 km2, the Yelagiri village (also spelt Elagiri at times) is surrounded by orchards, rose-gardens, and green valleys.

    Places to Visit
    • Punganoor Lake
    • Nature Park
    • Velavan Temple / Murugan Temple
    • Swamimalai Hill
    • Nilavoor Lake
    • Government Silk Farm
Javadhu / Javadi Hills
  • Javadhu / Javadi Hills (35 km from Tiurpattur)

    The Javadi Hills are located about 35 km from Tirupattur. The "Sevan Falls" lies near by. In the middle of this hill, lies the Kavalur Observatory, which has several optical and reflective telescopes run and governed by the Indian Institute of Astrophysics.

Govindapuram (Anguthi sunai) falls
  • Anguthi sunai falls (27 from Tirupattur)

    The Angunthi Sunai Falls (Javadi Hills) are located about 27 km from Tirupattur. The best season to visit the falls is from September to February.a small hillside walk to the falls is very pleasant.

Jalagamparai Falls
  • Jalagamparai Falls (14 km from Tirupattur)

    Jalagamparai waterfalls is found on the eastern slope of the Yelagiri hills.It is around 14 km from Tirupattur.The best season to visit the falls is from September to February.a small hillside walk to the falls is very pleasant.lord muruga temple in the shape of lingam (lord shiva) near the falls makes a wonderful tourist spot.

    Places to Visit
    • Falls
    • lord Shiva Temple
Bheeman Falls
  • Bheeman Falls (51 km from Tirupattur)

    It is located over jamunamathur hills. Water flows approximately for 8 months of the year. The reflection of sun on the water falls glow like a silver sheet that is a beautiful and magnificent sight. This falls is one of the main attractions of tourists. People enjoy bathing at the bottom of this falls. This, much unknown small falls, is in the middle of the reserve forest, previously famous for its sandalwood trees, now hardly any are left.

    The falls are silent, except for the pleasant-sounding gurgling of the flowing and falling waters and the occasional singing of the birds. In the evening, when Night's ghostly army, the grey shadows, creep out with noiseless steps, to chase away the lingering rear-guard of the light, the forest is quiet again.