Yercaud, often hailed as the "poor man's Ooty," has become a lure for tourists during the recent Vinayagar Chaturthi holidays. With motorcycles and cars streaming into this charming little hill station, visitors have been reveling in the natural beauty of Yercaud and its captivating tourist attractions.
During this holiday season, tourists have been exploring a plethora of picturesque sites, including Anna Park, Lake Park, Roja Park, Government Botanical Garden, and the Boathouse. However, what truly sets this holiday period apart is the relentless week-long rainfall that has enveloped Yercaud, creating a cool and refreshing atmosphere in the hillside villages.
One of the standout features of this year's holiday season has been the abundant waterfalls cascading down the mountain roads that lead from Salem to Yercaud. Tourists making their way to Yercaud by vehicle have been known to stop in their tracks to savor the beauty of these waterfalls. Armed with mobile phones, they snap selfies and capture photographs to cherish the moment forever. Some adventurous souls even venture into the crystal-clear waters for an invigorating and blissful bath amidst nature's splendor.
The combination of lush greenery, thriving waterfalls, and the natural allure of Yercaud has made this year's Vinayagar Chaturthi holidays an unforgettable experience for all who have made the journey.