Take the Tipperary road to Yercaud's southern tip. Along the trip, gorgeous green trees and paths will satisfy your eyes.
The lake is a popular place to have a picnic in Yercaud because it has such beautiful views of the green water and lush greenery.
The 32-Km Loop Road starts at Yercaud Lake and passes through well-known roads and agricultural plantations.
The Bear's cave is on a private coffee estate near the Norton Bungalow and Servaroyan shrine. The caves were designed to hold bears, along with this coffee estate villa.
Nearly 5 km from Yercaud's bus terminal, this site is called Pyramid Point because of 4 loads of shingles stacked as a pyramid. Views are best during the day.
The area's abundant wildlife includes foxes, bison, anteaters, and paradise flycatchers. Nature enthusiasts, photographers, and wanderers should visit.
Deer Park in Yercaud is bordered by Emerald Lake. Other than deer, you can see peacocks, guinea pigs, rabbits, pigeons, ducks, and more.
The rose garden is famous for its many rose varieties. This is near Lady's Seat, a family-friendly Yercaud attraction.
This 300-foot waterfall, considered one of India's most beautiful, will leave an indelible mark on your mind and heart.
Great views of the hill in front and nearby eateries make this a green and beautiful place. The view of Salem City and the sunset make it a bucket list item.