Valparai is a hill station close to Pollachi with vast areas of tea and coffee plantations amidst thick reserve forest nurturing a unique flora and fauna. Valparai is devoid of man-made tourist attractions. It has many deep forests and wildlife sanctuaries. Traveling towards Valparai through the spectacular winding forest road in-between the rich green tea gardens of Valparai, you will have a soul quenching experience from the magnificent presence of streams, dams, valleys, waterfalls, tall mountains and the mesmerizing grass lands. As you near Valparai you will be awe-inspired by the most secluded, most enchanting and the indescribable Valparai Grass Hills which adorn the crown of Valparai. This area is quite different from other tourist spots. Eco-tourism is given utmost precedence here. The picturesque grass hills are part of the Indira Gandhi wildlife sanctuary. Wildlife and natural beauty makes Valparai popular among serious photographers. The climate here is consistent with the cool comforts associated with hill stations. The close-by Sholayar dam is one of the largest reservoirs in South India. Woodbriar Valparai tea estate is close to Parambikulam National Park.
- Bird watching/photography
- Tea factory visit
- Tea tasting
- Wildlife photography
- Picnic luncheon
- River bathing/riverside walk
- Sunset tea at exquisite sites
- Plantation walks.--Our prescribed plantation walk is rather long. Just be mentally prepared for a long but exciting walk
- Trek along the peripheries of the reserve forest
- Mini Am-phi Theatre with fire pit for bonfire.
Woodbriar has 2000 hectares of tea plantation and 4 factories at Valparai. The oldest portion of the plantation is over 125 years. The factories adopt CTC process. (cutting, tearing and curling). Injipara estate manufactures premium tea. The close-by Sholayar dam is one of the largest reservoirs in South India. Woodbriar tea estate is close to Parambikulam National Park.