Nearest Towns:

Coimbatore,Pollachi, Dindigul and Madurai.

Location info: India-->Kerala-->Palakkad

Distances: 15 Km from Palakkad district, kerala.
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Trek Length: 3 Hrs of trek

Route Info:

The important road is the Palakkad - Ponnani road which connects NH 47 and NH 17. It is on NH47 that links Salem to Kanyakumari via Palakkad.

Best Time To Visit:

The best time to visit Dhoni is soon after the monsoon rains that is from November to April.

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Dhoni hill is situated 15 Km from Palakkad district, kerala.Dhoni, a hilltop is famous for its farmhouse, harbouring hundreds of cattle of Swiss variety. Situated at 3 Hrs of trek from Palakkad, it is a major attractions of Palakkad.The forest has among other captivating sights, a small but splendid waterfall.Dhoni provides trekkers the opportunity to explore its hilly terrains.Its lush green surroundings are a pleasure to watch. There is a Beautiful waterfal nearby this.Dhoni provides trekkers the opportunity to explore its hilly terrains.The Vishwanatha Swamy shrine, the oldest Shiva temple is situated 3 kms from Palakkad.

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Malampuzha has an aerial ropeway across the garden, a telescope tower, boating and fishing facilities, a swimming pool, fresh water aquarium and a snake park. Fantasy Park is a good spot for children. At Dhoni you can go on a 3-hour trek from the base of Dhoni Hills to the waterfall at the reserve forest area.

Dhoni waterfall:

The waterfall is surrounded by a thick reserve forest that adds to the beauty and serenity of the place.All quite and cool and the singing of birds and the sound of jungle streams and waterfalls welcomes you to Dhoni.

Visalakshi Sametha Viswanatha Swami Temple:

The Visalakshi Sametha Viswanatha Swami Temple is compared to the Kasi Viswanatha Swami temple as the main deity here is Lord Siva and the Temple is on the banks of river Nila, a tributary of Bharathapuzha, just as Kasi is on the banks of river Ganges. The location of the temple and its steps leading to the river brings to the mind of a visitor the scene of the Banarus temples on the banks of river Ganges. .Thus the Kalpathy temple is rightly called the half Banarus.

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