Black Thunder

Black Thunder is a thrilling amusement park located at Mettupalayam some 40 kmís from Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. Situated at the foothills of the Nilgiris with a perfect shelter of dense trees, this place offers a cool atmosphere for visitors. The park has a total of 49 rides, including numerous exciting ones. Apart from having fun in the adventurous water rides, you may simply jump, swim, float and relax in the water the entire day. Some of the most loved water slides of the park include Shot Gun Slide and Cannon Ball Slide. The former is a half open slide, in which the person is splashed into the pool like a gunshot, and in the latter, experience the thrill in the darkness, sliding in a tube and finally reaching the deep end of the pool. You can experience the excitement of white water rafting in the Wild River Ride or can enjoy dancing in the waves of the Wave Pool. If you are not an adventure freak or just want a little rest after a number of slides, then you can float in the artificial lake present in the park. You can enjoy boating or have fun while riding a horse by the lake side. Want to serve your adrenal glands without getting wet? Try some dry rides that include Columbus and Torra-Torra amongst others. Kids can enjoy the colorful Toy Train or the Caterpillar ride. You can stay in the Black Thunder resort withing the park that offers luxurious accommodation. Set amidst a breath taking lush Aksaeen landscape, coconut and betelnut trees this resort features 40 deluxe rooms and suites, multicuisine restaurant, thunder cafe and Tusker bar with rustic decor.      Book Now


The Dhyanalinga is set amidst the lush dense forests at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains, the first of its kind to be completed in over 2000 years. Created by a profound mystic and yogi, it embodies the distilled essence of yogic science. This powerful meditative space does not ascribe to any particular faith or belief system nor does it require any ritual, prayer, or worship. Yoga is usually translated from Sanskrit as "union or to merge. Most people tend to think of yoga as a kind of physical exercise. Unfortunately, most people have come to think of yoga purely as physical asanas, which constitute only a very small part of the yogic system. The term "yoga" actually describes the state in which a person experiences oneness with the whole existence. Yogic practices are simply a method by which one prepares the body, mind and spirit to arrive at and exist in such a state. Yoga has its origins thousands of years ago, long before the first religions or belief systems were born. Dhyana, in Sanskrit, essentially means meditation, and Linga means, the form. The first form is a Linga and the final form before dissolution is also a Linga. A Linga or perfect ellipsoid can be energized in various ways, to serve different purposes. It is one form that when energized, becomes a perennial storehouse of energy. The yogic science of making a Linga is based on this knowledge. Dhyanalinga is the distilled essence of yogic sciences, it is an outer manifestation of the peak form of inner energies. In the Dhyanalinga, energy has been pushed to its highest point and locked through an intense process of prana prathistha.      Book Now

Siruvani Waterfalls

Siruvani Waterfalls named are located 35 km (22 mi) west of Coimbatore City in the Western Ghats & located at a distance of 50 Kmís from Palakkad & 535 Kms from Chennai. It is also known as Kovai Courtallam. The reservoir at Siruvani was built for Tamil Nadu by the Kerala Government with funds collected by the Tamil Nadu government to meet the drinking water requirements of Coimbatore city. The gateways on either side of the road across the dam are typical of the Kerala and Tamil architectural styles. Siruvani is also home to certain tribals like the Mudugars and Irulars. Water from Siruvani River is renowned for its taste and mineral properties, and the view from the falls and the dam is a Aksaeat tourist attraction. He sweetness has been attributed to the vegetation and rocks through which the water flows through in the Attapady area. The visitors are not allowed to see the falls after 5 pm as it located in the center part of a dense forest. The Siruvani River that makes this beautiful waterfall is the main source to supply water to Coimbatore city. The water in this river is famous for its taste and it is typically known to be the second sweetest lake water in the world. With an outstanding panoramic view, the Siruvani dam is extremely beautiful and breathe taking. The dam is interlinked by canals and tunnels for confining Aliyar, Parambikulam, Nirar, Sholiyar, Thunakadavu, Palar, Thekadi rivers for the purpose of generating power and irrigation. The falls can be reached by about 4 Kms trek from the nearest road point between Siruvani Dam and Madavarayapuram.      Book Now