Green Therapy in Coonoor ~ A Photo Story

Coonoor is a quiet little hill station, about 280 kms from Bangalore  and 20 kms from Ooty. Its a beautiful place for green therapy, idling around and watching the world go by. I spent a weekend staying at the cosy Tea Nest property soaking the Green Therapy in Coonoor.

I woke up to the sounds of the chirping birds at the crack of dawn,Green Therapy in Coonoor Dawn

enjoying the beautiful sun rays that engulfed acres of tea gardens on either side,Green Therapy in Coonoor Sunlight

which alternated with the mist that seem to come by, hiding the view of distant hillsGreen Therapy in Coonoor Mist

while I rocked on my hammock, enjoying the green therapy that was soothing to the eyeGreen Therapy in Coonoor Hammock

as I mentally conjured a poem watching the spring time bloom, on every tree around.Green Therapy in Coonoor Flower

Just then a bison came charging through the uber green terrace wanting the right of way,Green Therapy in Coonoor Bison

but I till enjoyed my solitude with every one around, discussing worldly matters with friends yet creating music with my soul!!Green Therapy in Coonoor Bird

Why do we need Green Therapy

Sometimes in life we are so caught up with our daily chores and schedules that we forget to appreciate nature in all its forms; sunrise, sunset, chirping birds and the trees around. The easiest excuse for the harbingers of development and modernization is to cut down trees and reduce the green cover around us. Green is soothing, it heals our tired eyes and soothes our soul. Next time, you are feeling restless, just go ahead and indulge in some natural green therapy.

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    1. Sangeeta Post author

      Thank You. I stayed at Tea Nest which is in a tea garden and has a nice exploratory tea menu that I had also written about. It is bit of a rustic place so may not be suitable for children. Great to walk around in the tea gardens and not too far from the station. Ideal to spend some quiet time. There is a Taj there as well which is supposed to be good. The Tea Nest owners have another property – Kurumba which is 14 Kms away from town.

  4. janalinesmalman

    What a lovely selection of beautiful photos!! You have a great blog filled with lovely writing and beautiful photos! Thanks for visiting my journey, it means a lot! I will be on the look out for your next post!

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