Lamb Rock

Lambs Rock, a tourist spot and view point is situated at a distance of 8 km from Coonoor. It was named after the then collector Captain Lamb who developed this place in his interest. The Lambs Rock is on the way to Dolphins nose, another viewpoint in Coonoor. The mountain cliff around Lambs Rock stands at a height of 5000 feet above sea level and stand out for its jagged look. Lambs Rock provides a panoramic view of Coonoor and one can enjoy the sight of green lush forests covered by clouds. The drive to Lambs rock in itself is memorable. Nature is best enjoyed at Lambs Rock as it is located away from the hustle and bustle. This view point offers a panoramic view of the Hulical ravines and Coonoor stream. For the avid trekker, trekking trails from Lambs Rock will take you through the lush tree gardens. Lambs rock is easily accessible for visitors as Coonoor is well connected by road and rail. Being a calm and tranquil vantage point, this place is best enjoyed by couples. The best time to visit is during the summers, when the weather is clear and the views are ideal.       Book Now

Sim Park

The Sims Park, located in Coonoor is one of the main attractions in Tamil Nadu. Covering an area of over 12 hectares, this park-cum-botanical garden lies in the heart of the city of Coonoor and was developed more than a hundred years ago by Mr. J.D. Sims and Major Murray in the year of 1874. Sims Park was built around the natural contours of land which are found in plenty in the Nilgiri hill range on which the park is located. The park is situated at a height of 1780 meters above sea level and is one of the most beautiful parks in the state of Tamil Nadu owing to the presence of ideal climatic conditions for growing flowers and trees. The garden is visited by thousands of tourists throughout the year and even in winters. The natural Shola trees can be found all along the footpaths provided for walking. The sholas are evergreen trees that grow in patches in the Nilgiris and contribute to the extremely beautiful and serene environment of the Sims Park.       Book Now

Rallia Dam

A quiet hill station , an hour away from Ooty, and reached by a delightful toy-train, Coonoor nestles snuggly in the lap of the famous blue Nilgiri hills. A delightful town with exquisite scenery all round, there is much to see at this idyllic, lesser-known retreat covered by grassy meadows, a profusion of sunflowers, marigolds and rhododendrons, all growing wild. With steep hills and valleys carpeted with tea bushes, interspersed with eucalyptus and silver oak, life moves at a gentle pace in this town of tea estates. Commanding a breathtaking view of the Coimbatore plains, it is a paradise for avid trekkers and naturalists with its vast stretches of undisturbed shoals forests. An essentially small tea garden town, the weather remains pleasantly cool throughout the year. Mimicking a lambs back this uneven rock placed in the middle of nowhere by the nature has an astounding view to offer. The rock is quieter than the Dolphins nose but takes your visions into the heavens of greenery. One can see the plains of Coimbatore and also to the tea and coffee plantations making the place ideal for soaking yourself in the arms of nature.      Book Now