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My family and I spent 2 nights at Elephant Valley in late December. It is a large and lovely property with an abundance of pepper and coffee. It`s a quiet place with very few activities and therefore, a good place to relax. Our priority was...More
the place was good food it good I have to send my gest there they are Form Madurai Educational Eco-Tourism Gest Beautiful statues ...... Wonderful ...... Well planned design....... The golden lotus......... Parvathy the ..... Overall it's simply awesome.
promised much and delivered little. food was v poor and expensive and little choice, room ok but not worth the money, run down and staff shuffled round with little or no enthusiasm.No wifi or written info on animals,birds or map of area, everything costs and...More
We were there on a 4 nights stay with 2 boys 7 & 4. We stayed in tectona and it was very nice with sounds of birds and water stream through out. Location is so beatiful that even after 4 nights stay we still did...More
We, a bunch of college friends had a reunion as a mark of 20 years of friendship in this Pristine environment. Quiet and beautiful place to enjoy and reminisce our daring younger days.
Full marks to the enticing and mighty mother nature in its full...More
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The resort is about half way up the Palani mountains, or roughly 1000 meters up, making it relatively comfortable to stay even in May, certainly in comparison to the plains. With afternoon and evening showers possible, it... More
The resort is about half way up the Palani mountains, or roughly 1000 meters up, making it relatively comfortable to stay even in May, certainly in comparison to the plains. With afternoon and evening showers possible, it could even be cool at night. Most cottages are tucked into trees around the plantation, with shady areas to rest in and covered porches. For rates, please check their site. Rooms are for 2 person occupancy, with a 3rd possible in most cases (some rooms have a loft with a third bed...peninsula cottages) . 4 would require two rooms, I believe.