It’s relaxing and you can find peace on the lake if you are willing to go a bit more out on the lake than other visitors.
It’s a busy 500-meter walk but the view is great for a change and there are stalls along the way to keep you busy.
Ominous but interesting! The museum was initiated by a reverend.
We enjoyed hanging out with the locals, they seemed more down-to-earth. Elephants cross an age-old route in the valley, hence the name elephant valley.
...are protected by the Archeological Survey of India and they are situated in a small village in the Elephant Valley near a Hindu temple near the Palani Ghat road and near the Perumal Malai Village.