Kodaikanal Lake, Silver Cascade Falls, Bryant Park, Dolphins Nose, Green Valley View, Thalaiyar Falls, Berijam Lake, Canopy Hill, Pambar Falls, Coakers Walk, Kodaikanal Solar Observatory, and many more. Loaded with charm, Kodaikanal, in Tamil Nadu, is a hill town. Kodaikanal, also known as 'The Princess of Hills,' has in itself acquired an array of wonders. This place is simply 'The Gift of the Trees,' as the Tamil sense of the word 'Kodaikanal' implies.
For newly married couples, there are many places to visit in Kodaikanal as they come here due to the romantic breeze it keeps in its ozone. In addition to all this, this place offers you a chance to boat in the star-shaped lake of Kodaikanal or give your prayers in the temple of Subramanya or MotherChurch.You will enjoy a trek to Canopy Hills or spend some time standing at Moir Point at any time of the year because the weather here is cool and friendly throughout the year.
View of Green Valley : Among the very few places to visit in Kodaikanal is Green Valley View, which provides a bird's eye view of the Vaigai Dam. It is also a one-stop-shop to get a safe view of the captivating greenery, the cloud-bound valley, and the lush mountains behind it. Since the path up is tricky, it is also among the dangerous points of view and is at a great height, which also makes it risky to stand there. Late afternoon, the mist takes over the crowd post, and that could interrupt the spectacle.
Falls by Bear Shola : A visit to Bear Shola Falls is a must if you are looking for anonymity, serenity, a glimpse of the beauty of nature, and want to say hello to some exotic species and fauna! The fact that Bears visited this water source to quench their thirst gets this attention-grabbing tag. In the monsoons, this spout respires to life as it flows down the green mountains and the stylishly shaped rocks.
Things to do in Kodaikanal
Rocks of the Pillar : What borders the Guna Caves and its mystery puts it on the list of places to visit in Kodaikanal is the majestic pillar rocks. These rocks tell a yarn of a narrative of a love that still touches many hearts. These pillars rise up to a height of 400 feet protruding from within the high mountains, thereby providing the paramount contour of the hills. Once upon a time, there was a white wooden cross that rested on these rocks that were a sign of devotion, but with time it is lost. Keep your heart, for you may fall in love.
Park of Bryant : All the things you will experience at Byrant Park, another jewel of Kodaikanal, are schooling, picnicking, and gardening. The park is home to different types of plant and shrub species that leave one astounded for a long time. There are plenty of horticulture and gardening fanatics visiting this area. It is a perfect place to collect knowledge on the many plants and trees, and is, therefore, an amalgamation of an informative and enjoyable journey!
Cascade Falls in Silver : The Silver Cascade Waterfall, in every essence, resembles its name. On the way to Madurai, it is a pit stop, and it demands one 's scenic attention like nothing else! This pour is unimaginably ethereal, falling from a humongous 180 ft height. It draws its water and gushes down with loud thuds from the overflowing Kodai Lake.When the weather is appropriate, many take a dip in them. You will be urged to purchase them for people back home by the scent of homemade chocolates and herbal oils from local vendors.
Hill Canopy, Vattakanal : With the background music of the birds, one of the best places to visit in Kodaikanal offers you a grand show of nature. With green grass, moving clouds, and fresh air, the mountain tops are covered. Though quickly spotting some wildlife creatures including bison, wild goats, porcupines, etc., you get an excuse to make a 15 KM trek in the thick Western Ghat forest. You can visit a small village called Vellagavi, where people are very nice once you finish the first 10 km of your trek.
Falls at Pambar : Pambar Falls, one of the best Kodaikanal sightseeing sites, is also named "Grand Cascade" and runs 4 km away from Kodaikanal. You will get a taste of it every day of the week. You'll get the chance to walk the steep and treacherous trail behind the Pambar home. This magnificent cataract flows over a series of formations of zig-zag rock. It ends in a tub provided by nature to take a relaxing freshwater bath while enjoying the rich flora.
Temple Subramanya (Temple Kartikeya) : It is one of the wonderful places to visit in Kodaikanal as it is a temple situated on Sivagiri that is about 65 KM away from Kodaikanal in Palani, 3000 years old. They say he fled from Kailash Parvat to Sivagiri in rage when Lord Kartikeya lost the golden fruit to his brother, Lord Ganesha.
It has a rather artistic structure etched on its top, and from that height, the view is eye-catching.
Fairy Falls Falls : One of the main attractions in Kodaikanal Fairy Falls is well connected via road to the town, located about 6 km from Kodaikanal Bus Station and 5 km from Kodai Lake, making it hustle-free to reach there. Any day of the week you can visit here. This mesmerizing waterfall, flowing in the region of Pambarpuram, is the source of the Pamber River that later joins the Vaigai River. There is very calm, fun and cool weather in this town, where you can enjoy swimming as everyone else does.
Pine forest of Kodaikanal : With its splendid colors and picturesque feel, the Kodaikanal Pine Forest looks almost like a painting that has come to life. This is among the favorite places on any tourist's itinerary to visit in Kodaikanal.
For the hours you spend there, it may seem like you are not a part of this world because the long stretch of only trees would not encourage you to look at anything else but them. For nature walks, or just to rejuvenate, the semblance of the place is nice.
Falls in Vattakanal : This widespread white beauty in Kodaikanal is an incredible place to spend some time. You can sit by Vattakanal Falls and enjoy some hot delicacies of lip-smacking sold by localities while the falls with all their glamour amaze you. Hiking up the path of the falls is also a choice, and many do enjoy it. On the way up here, there are many viewpoints that testify to the splendor owned by the city.
Falls at Kumbakkarai : Streaming along the Kodai-Vellagavi-Periyakulam footpath in the Theni district, one of Kodaikanal Kumbakkarai's tourist spots not to be missed, falls ebb in two stages. Second, from where they enter their second level, the water collects in the rocks that are each named after wild animals. In the Pambar river, this stage is of a 5 KM flow that brings them to their final destination and transforms them into a waterfall.
Morning Pick up from Dindigul.
Then proceed towards Kodaikanal.
Proceeding to visit Suicide Point , Pine Forest and Silver Cascade's water fall.
Hotel check in @ 12:00 PM.
Next to visit Bryant Park , Shenbaganur Museum, Wax Museum and Kodaikanal Solar Observatory Museum.
Then Proceeding to visit Kodai Lake. The lake is surrounded by beautiful valleys, boat club, and buildings from colonial period.
Overnight Stay @ Hotel-Kodaikanal.
After Breakfast and then Check out from the Hotel.
To visit Natural History Museum.
Coaker's Walk is the most scenic & beautiful tourist spot in Kodaikanal close to Kodaikanal Lake.
Next to visit Dolphin's Nose is flat rock projecting over a breathtaking 6,600 feet deep.
Proceeding towards Pillar Rocks.
Guna cave is wonderful tourism spot in Kodaikanal on Moir point road.
Then starting towards Dindigul with sweet Memories of Kodaikanal.
Finally drop @ Dindigul Railway Junction.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
6. Home Stay
(As per required )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *