The history of Coimbatore goes dates back to the Sangam age (6th century BCE to 3rd century CE). Early days the area was inhabited by Kosars the tribes, who are reported their head quarters at Kosampathur which probably later became the present Coimbatore. In some other way, The city derived its name from its local Goddess Koniyamman also known as Koniyamuthur that is metamorphosed to Koyamuthur and later anglicized as Coimbatore.
Coimbatore has a pleasant climate and peaceful atmosphere with rich in flora & fauna because of its proximity to the Western Ghats, tour packages from coimbatore to hill stations of Coonoor, Ooty, Valparai and Kotagiri in the western ghats are available to book with us in online
Now a day's the city is one of the major commercial and business hub in India, which is home to more than 50,000 Micro, Small and Medium enterprises in the various fields of general engineering, textiles, textile spates, auto spares, machine tools, motor & pumps, foundry, home appliances, software, farm equipments etc. Also it's emerging destination for yoga and spiritual at Isha Foundation
Important Coimbatore tourist places are the historical temples of Perur Patteswarar Temple, Dandayuthapani Temple Maruthamalai, Arulmigu Echanari Vinayakar Temple and Koniamman Koil Temple on Coimbatore sightseeing tours and things to do in Coimbatore Kovai Kutralam in Siruvani Hills, Black Thunder, Tamil Nadu Agri University Potanical Gardern, Forest College Museum, Geedee Museum, V.O.C. Park, Kasturi Srinivasan Art Gallery and more...
Places of Visit
Museums of visit
Bestowed with waterfalls, lush green forests and wildlife, the Western Ghats are truly what it means to be in a land that is heaven on earth! It is, therefore, a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Naturally, the regions through which the Western Ghats run are places that simply cannot be missed.
There are around 40 steep, hairpin bends to reach Valparai from the plains of Pollachi. The region is also a rich elephant tract and is known to have many leopards. The Valparai range is also the habitat of Nilgiri Tahr. Tourists can also make a visit to the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, which is one of the most prominent attractions of Valparai. At this sanctuary, travellers can spot the lion-tailed macaque, barking deer, wild boar, the Nilgiri and the common langur among others. Valparai is also great place for bird watching. The Great Hornbill, the Malabar Pied Hornbill and the Grey Malabar Hornbill are regularly seen her
An important eco-tourist centre with in the Anaimalai Tiger Reserve Core area, formerly Indira Gandhi National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (sanctuary covers 958 sq.kms of core area). Separated from the Nilgiri Hills by the Palghat Gap on the north, the Park is contiguous to the Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala) to its west and to the Eravikulam National Park (Kerala) and Chinnar Wild life sanctuary
Isha Foundation founded by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev in 1992. Its purpose is to foster people's spiritual and physical wellbeing through yoga and outreach programs, such as environmental rejuvenation. The core of the Foundation's activities is a customized system of yoga called Isha Yoga. An introductory program, known as Inner Engineering, introduces guided meditations and a powerful inner energy process for deep inner transformation.