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Why Yelagiri


Yelagiri the “City of Lakes” is one among the most romantic and most beautiful places of India, doesn’t require you to stay in a luxury palace hotel to enjoy its charms. Yelagiri is a famous tourist destination in India. The lakes, places and lively workspaces and culture attract foreign and domestic visitors. So when you are planning your holidays in Yelagiri you should choose the Best hotel in Yelagiri to stay in the lap of nature and surrounded by beautiful lakes i.e, “Rhythms Lake View Resorts” the unique destination with the Lake View Resorts facing Beautiful Lake.

The first thing that hits you on arrival in Yelagiri is the lack of noise. The beautiful rustic surroundings are extraordinarily quiet and when someone rings a temple bell somewhere on the hill, you can hear it as clearly as if you were right there. The smells of mango and jackfruit plantations are diluted by the subtle fragrances of fresh foliage. You suddenly realize how close you are to nature.

The most popular landmark of Yelagiri is the centrally-located Lake Punganoor. Pedal and manned rowing boats offer a chance to watch the beauty of the surrounding hills during a leisurely curise.

The hills of Yelagiri are also very popular among adventure enthusiasts in Tamil Nadu for trekking. Swamimalai, the highest peak in the Yelagiri hills at 4338 feet, is a breathtakingly beautiful 1-hour trek from Yelagiri. Paragliding is another sport that’s drawing visitors. The hill station was recently chosen the second best natural spot in India for the sport, next only to Panchgani in Maharashtra.

But apart from all of this, it is the morning walks, the evening strolls, and guided jungle sojourns at night that epitomise the true charm of Yelagiri. As you gradually slow down to match the place of the surroundings, a sense of well being settles over you.

Did you know ? Yelagiri is famous for the best honey in Tamil Nadu. You can get home-made honey produced by raising honey bees as well as natural honey made by wild bees on rocks and trees.