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Yercaud Lake

The Yercaud Lake with a picturesque pool surrounded by gardens and well-wooded trees are the first things that attract a visitor. The garden surrounding the lake is well groomed and best seen during the month of May when the Summer Festival is organised.

Lady's Seat

One of the best views that Yercaud promises.You get a panoramic view of the ghats and all the distant vehicles dwindling their way in and out of trees along the winding ghat road.It surely is a breath-taking view. You can have a closer view of the plains below with the help of the telescope mounted at the Lady's Seat.

This view is spectacular at night with the twinkling lights of Salem town in sight. It gives a feeling of looking over a bed of twinkling diamonds and if You are lucky to have a moonlit night..nothing could be more romantic!

Killiyur Waterfalls

Kiliyur Falls is a 90-foot high waterfalls is situated amidst picturesque surroundings in Yercaud. Akasagangai waterfalls is on Kolli hills which is known for medical herbs and plants.


GRANGE The Castle - like building was built by the then Collector of Salem, Mr.M.D. Cockburn who first introduced Coffee from Arabia, Apples and other fruits from South Africa between 1820 and 1829 A.D. It is believed to be the summer resort of Robert Clive - The British Big Wig of the East India Company way back in the late 1800's.It is now the house of My close friend and is out of bounds for tourists. So don't venture near lest You want to get bitten by a few hounds!.

Pagoda Point

This is also another vantage view point. It is home to a huge temple. The neighbourhood is splashed with erratic buildings that is a real turn off.

The best time to visit it is during the night or early morning. It gives you a total new view of Salem and a voyeur's view over the little village called Kakambadi.

Bear's Cave

It is situated near the Norton Bungalow on the way to Servaroyan Temple. A huge cave formation beside a fantastic bungalow that was supposed to play home for the bears. It is an important tourist spot worth the visit.This is also private property and since the owner has the kindness to keep it open for tourists, You have to do him a good turn by keeping the place clean and not destroying plants.

The Servarayan Temple

This is the third highest range in this part with a modern cave temple at its top. The hill top is bald with a real open view of all the hills around. It presents another angle of the distant town. The adjacent hill is gradually chopped (mined) off daily as it is a very rich source of Bauxite. 

Anna Park

Anna Park is a lovely garden located near the Yercaud lake and has slides that would certainly interest children. Lake Park, Gandhi Park, Children Park are the other parks to be visited in Yercaud.

Lake Forest

The Lake Forest is located in a coffee estate on the banks of the Yercaud lake.Lake Forest Hotel is located near lake. The guest bungalows are set in the "Eastlynne Farm Estate" in and around the "Bungalow" built during early 1800s by Henrietta Charlotte Rosario who was living in the Shevroy hills.

The Montfort School and the Sacred Heart Convent

These are the two famous educational institutions at Yercaud imparting education to boys and girls respectively.

The Retreat

Started in 1945 by the brothers of Don Bosco, this institution serves as a 'Novitiate House' where students of religious order stay and study.


Some other places of interset to visit in Yercaud, includes the following,

* Ornamental Plants at Green House

* Orchard cum Nursery of Rose Plants

* Silk Farm

* Arthur Seat

* Horticulture Research Station

* Orchiderium

* Mettur View (on Nagalur Road)

* Cauvery Peak

* Salem View (between 16th and 17th bends)