In Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal 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. Kodaikanal is the second most visited location in Tamil Nadu, overflowing with the beauty of sprouting greens, cultivated hills, and roaring waterfalls.
Kodaikanal Tourist attractions
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
Lake Berijam : At this leftover reservoir that gets its source from the dam that forms the outstanding landscape scenery that Mother Nature has provided to Kodaikanal, every nature lover must dropdown. This immaculate lake, concealed inside the trees, is a wonder for bird-watching, photography, and chilling. The nice fish will come around the banks to entertain you for a longer stay.
Nose Dolphins : No prizes for guessing that Kodaikanal's Dolphin's Nose is a point of view on a rock shaped like the nose of a dolphin. To descend to this point, many individuals trek up this path. When your trek comes to an end, you wouldn't have trouble knowing because the fast-flowing Catherine Falls would shout out to you to celebrate half of your hike. However, when one has to climb back up, which is steep and difficult for many it is a dangerous path.
Solar Observatory of Kodaikanal : Kodaikanal Solar Observatory, located in the Palani Hills, is designed in a way that helps to research solar behavior. In order to find the most precise cosmic observations, professionals use this position because the placement of the observatory allows to research the sun in an undisturbed manner; this is why it only opens during the day.
Amidst Pear Orchard Camping : This beautiful campsite is surrounded by many natural wonders that give you a great deal of adventure, but not very far from the main city of Kodaikanal. You will enjoy plucking pears directly from the trees as it is everything you will see around you at one of the amazing places to visit in Kodaikanal along with graceful terrace farming. You should go on a traditional bullock cart ride for nature and bird spotting. You will also enjoy camping, hiking, and mountain trekking.
Temple Subramanya (Temple Kartikeyan ) : Kodaikanal is a 3,000-year-old temple on Sivagiri, about 65 km away from Kodaikanal in Palani. They say he fled from Kailash Parvat to Sivagiri in rage when Lord Kartikeya lost the golden fruit to his brother, Lord Ganesha. You don't have to pay for anything but to enter the temple, you will have to climb around 659 stairs. While you can visit the temple at any time of the year it is advisable to visit the temple.
Things to do in Kodaikanal
Point Moir : Kodaikanal, by nature, has several points at an altitude to appreciate what it has to offer us. One of the 'must-visit' tourist places in Kodaikanal is named after Sir Thomas Moir, who started building the Goschen Road in 1929 CE. It's at the forest entrance, which finally leads you to the lake of Berijam. It's going to be a one-hour drive where you can go every day of the week.
Perumal Peak : Perumal Peak has an untold history; the town's inhabitants think that this peak was once an active volcano and has been inactive for the past 1,000 years. Another explanation of why you should visit this peak is that it is the highest peak in the Western Ghats of this mountain range. The vivid Nilgiri Hills, with a green carpet sticking to them. Adventure lovers flock to this area because they can either climb to this point or go mountain biking in Kodaikanal, which is a rare thing to do.
Kukkal Caves : Due to its deep history of providing refuge to the Palaiyar tribes, Kukkal Caves in Kodaikanal is a treat for the region. The paintings within the walls confirm the existence of this tribal group before they eventually vanished. Today, the region is so rich in biodiversity that the cellars are visited by people from various parts of the world to study the unexplored flora and fauna it protects. For it is on one of the highest elevations of the mountain ranges, the location is calming
Park Chettiar : One of Kodaikanal's beautiful attractions, this park can be visited any day of the week. It is situated 3.2 km away from the main bus stand. When you are going towards or coming back from Kurunji Temple, you can visit this as it is on the way to it. In the garden, you will find a wide range of fascinating flowering that gives this entire garden a colorful view that is worth catching in your frame for which you will have to pay Rs 25 per camera still.
Upper Lake View Point : It is worth visiting the Upper Lake viewpoint, situated 3.2 KM away from the Coakers Walk. You will be amazed at how lovely the star-shaped lake looks amid the greenery that Sir Vere Henry Levinge built-in 1863. The contrast they find between the lake and the lush greens, visitors claim, is just pleasing to the eyes. For a good photography session, this location is really close to ideal. Boating, cycling, and horse riding are other things you can expect on the lake.
Morning Pick up from Kodai Road Railway Junction.
Then proceed towards Kodaikanal.
Proceeding to visit Kodaikanal major attractions such as 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.
Then proceed to visit Kodaikanal major attractions such as 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 Kodai Road with sweet Memories of Kodaikanal.
Finally drop @ Kodai Road Railway Junction.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *