Covering a tract of over 5000 square kilometres, the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is India’s first biosphere reserve with extensive forests, a rich repository of flora and fauna and a source of great rivers, including the Kaveri. Cherambadi is about 40 km from Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu.

It is known for its tea and coffee plantations of major groups such as Harrisons Malayalam, Tata, etc.

While ambling through these estates, you can see wild elephants, leopards and other smaller mammals that frequent here. The area acts as an elephant corridor between the three states.

A three-bedroom bungalow in the tea plantation offers all bedrooms with attached western toilets with washrooms. Running hot and cold water is available round the clock

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