The quieter and much more tranquil part of the Nilgiri hills, Coonoor is where the colonial charm of the hills and the natural wonders unravel for you to see and experience. The soothing climate amidst the lush green slopes and clean air make the town absolutely conducive to explore in every season. It glows and blooms differently every month, exhibiting beauty throughout the year. Here is a list of things to do on your vacation in these blue hills during these months of monsoon!
The Nilgiri Mountain Train
A heritage ride that runs between Coonoor and Mettupalayam, this short journey takes you back in time, while also giving you surreal sights of the beautiful surroundings. During rains, this beauty is enhanced tenfold and will leave you breathless with every view.
Visit the Sim’s Park
The botanical garden is one of the largest attractions of the town and the most beguiling in this season, when all the flowers and trees are beautified further. The park also houses a lake that adds to the overall charm of the surrounding.
Visit the Lamb’s Rock and the Dolphin’s Nose
Two of the most popular viewpoints of Coonoor, these spots give panoramic views of all the natural beauty that the destination is made of. From the majestic Catherine falls to the rich greenery topped by dense fog, these sceneries easily hold the ability to fill you with contentedness and positivity.
Under these seasonal showers, Coonoor’s dense greenery becomes greener, the fog lays low and it seems as though you are living on a cloud, indeed. The weather adds to the culinary taste of the cuisines there, augmenting the whole holiday experience. Our luxury holiday homes for rent and sale are located in the heart of Coonoor, offering good proximity to these tourist spots. These luxury private villas also provide you with the best of hospitability and services that make your stay there grand and comfortable both. We think there is no better way to revel in the glory of the season at a destination like this, in one of our houses for sale and rent in Nilgiris.
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