Javadi Hills Tourist Places to Visit | Travel Guide

Ultimate Destination for Adventure Lovers
Beautiful View of Javadi Hills, Tiruvannamalai

Tamil Nadu is home to a beautiful slopes, mountains, and valleys. The Javadi Hills are positioned between the Vellore (Fort City) and Tiruvannamalai (Hindu pilgrimage town of Tamil Nadu). The slopes comprise of bluish-gray stones, with the height averaging 3,800–4,000 feet. Around 80 km wide and 32 km long, they are divided into eastern and western segments by the Cheyyar and Agaram (seasonal river) waterways, which are the branches of Palar. If you are truly a travel lover, you should visit and observe Javadi Hills and its excellence in Tamil Nadu.

Let us see the Places to visit in Javadi Hills

Bheema (Beemanmadavu) Waterfalls

This falls is in the thick forest area and is 12 kilometers from Jamanamarathur, 40 kilometers from Polur, which is Town Panjayat in Tiruvannamalai. There is water in the fall, seven months per year. The base of the falls is ideal for bathing. Jamanamaruthur is the second highest place near Javadi Hills. The height of the territory encompassing the Beema Falls ranges from 300 m to 1000 m.

Kavalur Observatory

The spot was chosen by Vainu Bapu, who was an Indian astronomer and president of the International Astronomical Union. This observatory started working in 1967. The telescope inside the premises is named Vainu Bappu Telescope or spyglasses after the well-known cosmologist – astronomy branch. It is the most excellent telescope in Asia. This observatory is commonly utilized for research.

Kavalur Observatory

Amrithi Forest

A stretch of 27 km from Vellore Town Railway Station, Amirthi Zoological Park (wildlife sanctuary) is under the Javadu slopes of Tellai (Noondikollai) crosswise to Amirthi River. The zoo park set up in 1967 possesses a zone of 25 ha. It is named after the Amirthi River, which streams close to the recreation center.

Amirthi Zoological Park

Yelagiri

It is a hill town in Javadi Hills located at the height of 1410 m above ocean level. There are plantations, rose gardens, and beautiful green valleys. The most noteworthy point in Yelagiri or Elagiri is the Swamimalai Hill, famous for Shiva Temple, standing tall at 4,338 feet; Swamimalai is an objective and perspective for adventurers. The slope gives various traveling trails through the thick reserved forest.

Yelagiri Lake

Komutteri Lake

It is otherwise called the Kolappan Lake, is the greatest one in the Javadi Hills. The lake’s environmental factors are delightful, and there is an artificial island in the center of the lake. It’s a decent spot for picnics and boating.

Best time to visit Javadi Hills

The best ideal time to visit Javadi Hills is in October – March. November gives a winter occurrence, immediately after the intense heavy rains.