Kodaikanal is a city in India. It is situated at 77.467655 in length and 10.217655 in latitude. Kodai Road is a city in India. The total distance is 47 KM (kilometers) and 376.93 meters between Kodaikanal and Kodai Road. 29.4 miles is the mile-based measuring distance.If your travel speed is 50 KM per hour, the travel time from Kodaikanal to Kodai Road is about 0.95 hours. For detailed road map information, travelers on Kodai Road are welcome to visit our Travel Driving Direction page.
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A beautiful hill town in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu is Megamalai or Meghamalai. It is one of South India's offbeat hill stations and among the top places to visit near Madurai. Meghamalai is an unexplored paradise in the Western Ghats, popularly named the Highway Mountains, and is very little known except to the people of Tamilnadu. In the local Tamil language, it is also known as 'Paccha Kumachi,' meaning 'Green Peaks.During the British era, the town was called High Waves. Later on, as the peak is still shrouded with clouds, locals name it Megamalai.
It is a great getaway to beat the heat and relax in the middle of nature for a quiet period. Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Highway Dam, Manalar Dam, Suruli Falls, Iravangalar Dam, Megamalai Viewpoint, and Maharaja Mettu Dam. Vellimalai forms the center of the Meghamalai Mountain range, with an elevation of 1650 m above sea level. A wonderful view of the entire range of Varusanadu Hills is also offered by the hill range.
Megamalai Tourist attractions
Megamalai Sanctuary for Wildlife : The sanctuary is the home of elephants, tiger, leopard, Nilgiri tahr, gaur, spotted deer, barking deer, sambar deer, wild boar, porcupine, Nilgiri langur, lion-tailed macaque, common langur, bonnet macaque, sloth bear, grey junglefowl, smooth-coated otter and flying squirrel, sharing its borders with Srivilliputhur Grizzled Squirrel Sanctuary and Periyar Tiger Reserve in Kerala.
A number of birds including red-whiskered bulbul, common iora, White-browed wagtail, grey wagtail, pied bush chat, Blyth's reed warbler, barn swallow, spotted dove, Asian paradise flycatcher, long-tailed shrike are hosted in the Meghamalai forest area
Kuchanur : Kuchanur is famous for the Temple of Sani, one of the temples dedicated solely to Lord Sani, without the other accompanying planets or the temple's ruling deity. Thousands of devotees from all over India come to Kuchanur to visit this temple every year.
Chinna Suruli Falls : As it originates in the Meghamali Hills, the Chinna Suruli Fall is also named by the name of Cloudland Falls. This waterfall is located near the village of Kombaithozhu and is about 54 km from Theni. Travelers from far and close are invited by the resounding cascades among the silver-lined clouds. A great place for picnics and outings and a must-visit for shutterbugs is Chinna Suruli Fall.
Suruli Falls : The Suruli Falls are famous for the 18 caves that depict 18th-century Indian rock-cut architecture. This waterfall lies approximately 47 km from Theni. In two steps, the waterfall cascades and it falls from a height of 150 ft. The water gathers into a pool and then plummets about 40 ft again. The place from which the Suruli Falls originate in Meghamalai. The beauty of this fall is sung by the Tamil poet Ilango Adigal in the epic, Silappathikaram. A hub is a region close to the drop.
A center of herbs with medicinal properties is the field close to the fall. The Suruli Velappar Temple stands about half a kilometer away from the waterfall. The summer festival is celebrated each year by the Tamil Nadu Tourism Department at Suruli Falls. This waterfall in Theni is a major tourist attraction. It is flooded by visitors from various parts of India during the monsoon season. Changing rooms are built, and visitors have showers installed.
Places to visit in Megamalai
Dam in Highwavy : Highway Dam is an artificial dam situated in Megamalai at a distance of 1 km from Megamalai Bus StationThere are six dams in the tiny hill town of Meghamalai, along with countless waterfalls that are year-round waterfalls. The most famous ones are Iravangalar Dam, Manalar Dam, and Highway Dam. The Highway Dam, surrounded by tea and coffee plantations, is a quiet place to visit with your family.
In the year 1978 CE, the Highways Dam was built. Its capacity is 2.4 million m3 of water. One of the best places in Meghamalai to spend some time with your loved ones in solitude is the serene lake and the beckoning mountain ranges. One can observe the magnificent flow of water during the rainy season, which draws many visitors every year.
Dams Megamalai : Six dams are important tourist attractions originating from the Megamalai Mountains, with Suruli Theertham being the most famous among them. From Manalar Dam, the traveler can see the Cumbum Valley and the far-flung villages located in the Theni district. Another significant landmark in this area is Highway Point Dam. In order to give the visitor a better experience, the Department of Tourism has plans to introduce ferry service at these locations.
In Megamalai, tea estates : In this area, large tea estates, coffee plantations, and spice gardens are abundant. Most of these are lands owned by private owners. A member of The Woodbriar Party is The Highways Estates. In the Megamalai area, Ponsiva Plantations, Feildmede Estate and Ananda Plantations have the largest share of plantations. Atop the High Wavy Mountains, Kandana Coffee Estate is situated. Highways are the perfect point of view to get a full view of the Varusanadu mountain range.
Mountain Vellimalai in Megamalai : This name is derived from the presence of clouds resting at the top of the peak, Vellimalai (Silver Mountain). Magnificent sight is the silver tinted clouds that give the viewer the picturesque effect as they softly settle on the treetops and green hills. This place is perfect for wild animals to be seen and to discover the nature that abounds here. In this region, tea plantations that are scientifically managed are abundant.
Morning pick up from Kodai Road Junction.
On the way Breakfast.
Then proceed towards Meghamalai.
On the way to visit Meghamalai major attractions such as Highwavys Dam, Megamalai View Point, Chinna Suruli and Manalar Dam.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Megamalai.
After fresh up and Breakfast @ hotel.
Check out from Hotel.
Then Proceed to visit Meghamalai major attractions such as Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Manalar Waterfall, Venniyar Tea Estate and Highwavys Lake.
Then proceed towards Kodai Road.
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 ) *