Perambalur is considered to be a hidden gem in Tamilnadu that offers an impeccable blend of history, culture, and nature. Being well known for maize and small onion, this place also has much more to offer which includes the ancient temples, beautifully constructed dams outdoor activities, and many festivals. For a different travel experience, Perambalur is a must-visit destination. Leave out wildlife parks and forest reserves, experience something in the National Fossil Wood Park that has gigantic fossil trees.
Drive to the pride of Perambalur, the Ranjankudi Fort, major area that is famous for the Battle of Valikondah during 1751. This architectural marvel, also had a guarding tower, swimming pool and the old prison that brings many visitors to Perambalur. Immerse yourself into spiritualism by visiting the Arulmigu Ekampareshwarar and Thandayudhapani. When there’s an arrival of a festival, Arulmigu Siruvachur Mathura Kaliaman Temple are the best temple to visit as the long – day’s celebration is something hard to miss. Visit the hidden beauty Mayiluthu falls about 15 km away from Perambalur, enjoy the uniquensess of the falls as it is a natural stream that is well suited for swimming and relaxing. Perambalur also offers opportunities for adventure lovers as well as natural and cultural attractions. Being a home to the Kollidam River, the area provides the perfect backdrop for activities such as boating and fishing. The nearby Kolli Hills have hiking trails that offer breathtaking views of waterfalls and nature lovers. Make yourself delighted to view the Visvakudi dam, which gives a beautiful panoramic backdrop, and makes the place as the most important tourist sites in Perambalur. In general, the beauty of Perambalur lies in the harmony of its scenery, historical monuments, and places of worship, performances and festivals. It offers a unique experience for travellers who want to explore Tamil Nadu's rich heritage and natural beauty.