Nilgiris – the nature’s paradise

This page is a very beautiful one from my travel diary. Full of greenery and rare plants. A must-see place for nature lovers. Sim’s Park is among one of the beauties of Coonoor city. You can see many varieties of flowers and trees here during. It’s a big garden with public utilities. You can have your morning or evening walks here. You will enjoy.

Sim’s Park in Coonoor is a good example of a visionary and monumental effort to preserve and present the botanical wealth to generations after. Right from the entrance, you will be engulfed by the aura of profoundness and tenacity of life. Its awesome feel standing in front of the mighty trees smiling at us in glory. What a completely engaging experience!!!!!! Please do not see this place an item in your itinerary, but one to absorb the enormity and to reflect. You will cherish the memory for a long time.
Let’s take a walk in Coonoor Sim’s park through the pages of my Nilgiri diaries today.

There are few trees which are 150 years old. A must visit if you have some time to be with nature when you visit Coonoor.

This little piece of greenery in the center of town will help you unwind and relax in the lap of nature. Some very old trees from all over the world have been collected and can be seen here – easily an exciting place for any botanist. The blooming flowers give an added color to the greenery. It’s a park where kids can enjoy and have fun and also a beautiful place to hang out

This place is a must go in Coonoor.

After going to the beautiful tea gardens around this place this becomes a perfect getaway place for a family, couple or lone traveler. This place offers a picturesque site for photography and has a couple of beautiful frames to capture. A special place for nature lovers and you will find numerous bird varieties and a few flower varieties not seen around Coonoor. The place offers boating ride around a small lake. The best time to visit is in the evening till after sunset. Get away from your gadgets and witness the sun rays making way through the thick foliage of trees while the birds play a symphony in the background.

This is a nicely done park with rows and rows of trees going down all the way to a man-made lake. The clean walkways are a delight to watch and of course for strolling. Hope you enjoyed this excellent walk, calm and in nature. I vote it as one of the clean and well-maintained parks.

“Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky.”
Khalil Gibran, Sand and Foam

 

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8 Comments

Parul Thakur · 23rd September 2019 at 18:48

So beautiful and I love how the Sun plays hide and seek. Great shots as well. I have not been to Coonor and would love to. It’s so close that I think I can go anytime but end up not visiting. I am so happy you joined us Pragun with these pictures. Can you please link to my post too? Thank you!
See you this week on 26th.

    PraGun · 24th September 2019 at 17:24

    Thanks a lot for liking it
    Are you near Coonoor, Will be glad to meet you.
    Happy Blogging Much tree love

Archana · 30th September 2019 at 09:03

Superb! We lived in Connoor for a year and thoroughly enjoyed its Natural beauty! Thanks for refreshing my memories!!

    PraGun · 30th September 2019 at 13:04

    Wow you were here near me
    Yes, the place is beautiful with abundant natural beauty.
    Seems we have a Nilgiri connect it seems.

Mansi Rana · 3rd October 2019 at 14:22

Amazing blog! Keep writing a more amazing blog. I am looking for more.

Aditi Kapur · 16th October 2019 at 16:50

Beautiful pictures from a beautiful place! Loved reading your post, Pragun 😊
Connoor is on my travel list now!

    PraGun · 17th October 2019 at 16:48

    Thanks for appreciating, Nilgiris are lovely, do visit.

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