Silver Waterfall, Dolphin's Nose, Coaker's Walk, Pambar Falls, Berijam Lake, Pillar Rocks, Pine Tree Forest and many more.Kodai Lake, Bear Shola Falls, Bryant Park.
While planning a 2-day trip to Kodaikanal, it is important to look through the list of places to visit in Kodaikanal while planning for such a short time. Literally, Kodaikanal means "'the gift of the forest' that suits the aura of the land perfectly." Kodaikanal has a multitude of places to offer for a balanced sightseeing tour, nestled among the hills of the Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu.
A 2 day trip will prove enough to cover almost all to explore the inside and around Kodaikanal. From peaceful boating in the Kodaikanal lake to propelling a kayak in Berijam Lake and posing against the magnanimous Pillar Rocks; in just a couple of days, you can have a tremendous amount of fun.
Sneaking into the Devil 's kitchen to explore the Kukkal cave, which is renowned for encompassing many secret inlets and ravines, strolling in the Pine Forest; you just can't run out of locations. During the monsoon season, running up to the Bear Shola falls can provide you with an adrenaline rush.
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Point of Silent Valley View: Silent Valley View Point, a hillside viewpoint offering views of green meadows and misty mountains, is a popular spot in Kodaikanal.Take the forest ministry's permission to visit this viewpoint. It may be possible that the excessive clouds may restrict your view but the unreal atmospherics of the valley are truly spectacular.
Where: Road to Berijam : Kodaikanal will certainly enchant you with its distinct serenity and natural scenery, a charming hill station with a laid-back ambience. In the comment box below, let us know your experience.
Fly Valley Caps : This is a less crowded point of view, visited by lovers of nature who are interested in physics. If you throw a light object, such as a hat, it flies back at you because of the air pressure produced at this spot. For this particular experience and also for the spectacular sights of the surrounding area, visit. For photography, the area is peaceful and perfect.
Kodaikanal Tourist Places
The Nose of the Dolphin : A high cliff, shaped like the nose of a dolphin, has to be hiked on foot. The path takes you to a summit that provides unparalleled mountain views.This is a reasonably tough walk that will take about 2 to 3 hours. The Echo Point, further ahead of Dolphin's Nose, provides even more stunning views and is less crowded.
Point Moir : Moir Point was named after Sir Thomas Moir, the Briton who designed the Moschem Road. It is a point which connects Berijam Lake to Kodaikanal. The watch over point provides amazing views of the valleys around it. There are several local food stalls here and many stores selling home-made chocolates that are a Kodaikanal specialty.
Shembaganur Natural History Museum : This museum is a must stop for those who enjoy paleontology and natural history. About 500 species of bird and animal species and 300 species of orchids can be found. You will find a herbarium and handicraft artefacts here, apart from anthropology, flora and fauna. In this tiny but highly informative museum, spend at least an hour.
Pine forest of Kodaikanal : An astonishing nature trail among the tall and mesmerising Kodaikanal pine trees. To witness the surreal beauty of giant pine trees and lush foliage, take a trek on the forest path.This is where a lot of South Indian movies are shot and a great way to catch unforgettable images is to walk through the well-maintained and picture-perfect heritage forest.
BEST TIME to visit : Throughout the year, Kodaikanal experiences good and cool weather. Whenever you like, you can schedule a journey to this hill station. If you are interested in trekking, avoid the monsoon season, because the slippery tracks make trekking extremely difficult.
Places to visit in Kodaikanal
Numerous scenic attractions dot the hill town of Kodaikanal. On a three-day journey, you should be able to cover most of the famous tourism spots. In Kodaikanal, scroll down to see what awaits you.
LAKE OF KODAIKANAL: The star-shaped Kodaikanal lake lies right in the heart of Kodaikanal city , surrounded by lush green Palani hills. Also known by locals as Kodai Lake, it dates back to more than 150 years of history. The lake was built in 1863 by Sir Vere Henry Levinge, the then Collector of Madurai. One of the most lively tourist places in Kodaikanal is Kodaikanal Lake.
COAKER 'S WALK WALKING : Coaker 's Walk is a 1 km long walkway on the steep slope of the beautiful Palani hills, less than a kilometre away from Kodaikanal Lake.As it offers stunning views of the rolling hills, lush green valleys and the plains below, it is one of the most popular places for photography in Kodaikanal. You can take some stunning photos of your camera's picturesque scenery. On a gloomy day, clouds are all over the pathway and you get a sensation of walking in the clouds. Coaker's Walk is named after Lieutenant Coaker, who is credited with this beautiful path being created.
Pine Forest : A vast expanse of pine trees adds to the splendour of this hilly town about 20 minutes' drive from Coaker 's walk.Pine trees are not native to the Tamilnadu province. Kodaikanal pine plantations were initiated in 1906 by H.D. A British forest officer from Madurai, Bryant.Pine forests have emerged as one of the must-visit tourist locations in Kodaikanal over the years.
This picturesque forest is so welcoming that a long walk on the floor littered with dried pine leaves and cones can't deter you.It is a great place to spend some peaceful moments away from the city 's turmoil and dive into the pure beauty of nature.
FALLS OF BEAR SHOLA : Head to the lovely falls of Bear Shola, which is no more than a 25-minute drive from the Pine Forest. The watering hole for bears living in the nearby forest region is considered to be the falls. For several years now, though, bears have not been spotted. Shola is a kind of forest surrounding this magnificent waterfall. It is a seasonal waterfall which can best be seen when the falls are in full swing during the monsoon or right after the rainy season.
Morning pick up from Theni.
Then proceed towards Kodaikanal.
Then proceed to visit Kodaikanal major attractions such as Kodai Lake : Kodai Lake is star-shaped manmade lake which sits at an elevation of around 7496 feet above sea level. It is one of the highly frequented places to visit in Kodaikanal. Keep an eye on the flower show along your boat ride as it’s gorgeous.
Bear Shola Falls: Bear Shola is a seasonal waterfall that is located within 2 kilometers of distance from Kodai Lake.
Bryant Park: Tucked in the eastern corner of the Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park is a peaceful and well-maintained park in Kodaikanal. Fringed with wildflowers and creepers, the park has a picnicky vibe where you can simply hang out with your friends or families.
Silver Cascade: Silver Cascade is beautiful fall enroute Madurai from Kodaikanal. The water in the fall originates from Kodai Lake and forms a decent pool for visitors to enjoy a swim. It is one of the ‘less-talked about but worth visiting’ places in Kodaikanal which must be teamed up with a nice long drive, especially during the monsoon.
Kurinji Andavar Temple: The colorful temple dedicated to Lord Muruga who is referred to as the God of Hill is a unique site in Kodaikanal. Originally built by a European lady in 1936 who came to India and changed her religion as well as her name to Leelavathi.
Dolphin’s Nose: The unique flat rock protruded like a Dolphin's nose perches atop an elevation of 6600 in one corner of the state of Tamil Nadu. Steering through pine thickets and craggy trails of the Palani Hill Range, a three-kilometer long trek expedition can take you to the top of the viewpoint.
Shenbaganur Museum: A 2 Day Trip in Kodaikanal bestows the opportunity to visit one of the best orchiduria in the country. Shenbaganur Museum is classified into categories of Anthropology, Flora, and Fauna as well as Handicrafts.
Coaker's Walk: A one-kilometer long walk away with an amphitheatrical view of the surrounding hill range is always among the top places in the list of a 2 Day Trip in Kodaikanal. Coaker’s walk was constructed by Lieutenant Coaker in the year 1872 and since then it is everyone’s favorites.
Then starting our journey towards Theni.
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