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Theni district has a pleasant and cool climate all through the year due to its close proximity to the Western Ghats.In the plains of Theni district, the temperature range from 4 to 13 °C in winters from (October to January) to a maximum of 40 °C in the summer months (March to July). The monsoon season from mid July to October is the best as nature will be in full bloom and cascades are gushing in full strength. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Theni is well connected by road with a number of public as well as private bus services operating around the clock. Theni district is located at a distance of 59 Kms from Kodaikanal while the distance between Theni and Coimbatore is 191 Kms.

By Air:

The closest airport to Theni is Madurai at a distance of nearly 80 Kms. Other airports closer to Theni are Kozhikode Airport (Karipur) located at a distance of 217 Kms and Kochi Airport at 200kms. 

By Rail:

Theni railway station built by the British is the main junction between Bodi and Madurai.  Theni district is connected by rail with regular train services from various cities including Madurai and Chennai.


Theni is one of the most pristine and charming eco tourist spot in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. It is located in the Kerala-Tamilnadu border, surrounded by the magnificent Western Ghats. The whole rustic Theni district is a popular tourist destination owing to its fascinating dams, waterfalls, eco tourism spots and several famous pilgrimage centers. Adventure loving tourists also would love this place for its famous trekking spots and jungle walk opportunities.


The landscape of Theni includes several booming cascades, green hilltops, antique and historic temples offering complete natural experiences. It offers a soothing effect to the minds away from the bustles and stress of city life. The local people here lead a charming rustic life and are very welcoming.Several festivals are conducted here by the local communities which will be of great interest for tourists like the Sri Mavoothu Vellalar Chithrai Festival in Andipatti in the month of April and the Saneeswaran Adi Festival in Kuchanur in July. 


Apart from its tourist significance, Theni is also important as the area is significant for its food and fruit produces. Tea, coffee, grapes, mangoes, cardamom, gingelly, sugarcane etc are grown here abundantly. The forest produces from Theni are also in great demand.


With its rich natural beauty, abundant waterfalls, historic temples, trekking excursions Theni district is a complete traveler’s paradise. Theni district is known for its wholesome climate and therefore is a perfect holiday getaway in the harsh summer months.