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THUVAIPATHY is the name of the place which we go on road via anaikatti (tamilnadu) to kerala. its a wonderful place surrounded with beautiful forest,river crossing and nature sounds. The river flowing from excess water of siruvani hills to bhavani river. its one of the tastiest water in south india.
Nestled in the foothills of the Nilgiris, Anaikatti is a picturesque dream come true. Blessed with verdant hills, gushing streams, roaring waterfalls and forests teeming with wildlife, this place is a natural habitat of wild elephants. Hence the name Anaikatti, which means a ‘group of elephants’. Located just 30km from Coimbatore, the road trip to Anaikatti is an experience in itself, driving through winding roads along the breathtaking western ghats, as you enter Kerala from Tamil Nadu.
Anaikatti has another claim to fame – it’s home to the River Siruvani, India’s sweetest river. A short trek through the forest has its reward – the magical Siruvani waterfalls. If you love the call of the wild and wish to get off the beaten path, Anaikatti has plenty to offer. Nature walks, wildlife sightings and yes, an audience with the gentle giants. Anaikatti is the ideal destination to experience the natural glory of the Western Ghats, around the year.
The near by village name called thuvaipathy.
Thuvaipathy is a small Village/hamlet in Periyanayakkanpalayam Block in Coimbatore District of Tamil Nadu State, India. It comes under 24 Veerapandi Panchayath. It is located 32 KM towards west from District head quarters Coimbatore. 22 KM from Periyanayakkanpalayam. 513 KM from State capital Chennai