The total straight line distance is 46 KM (kilometers) and 600 meters between Kodai Road and Kodaikanal. The distance, based on miles, from Kodai Road to Kodaikanal is 29 miles. This is a straight line distance, so due to the curvature of the route, the actual travel distance between Kodai Road and Kodaikanal will be greater or different most of the time.
The road distance between these two journeys is based on the mile, The difference in sunrise time or the real difference in time between Kodai Road and Kodaikanal is 0 hours, 1 minute, and 41 seconds. Note: The time estimate for Kodai Road and Kodaikanal is based on the UTC time of the particular area. It can differ from the normal time of the world, local time, etc. Kodaikanal is located near Kodai Road's west side. The bearing rate is 278 ° degrees from Kodai Road to Kodaikanal. The direction given west from Kodai Road is only approximate. The provided Google map shows the direction in which Kodaikanal road connectivity is indicated by the blue color line.
A beautiful hill town in Tamil Nadu's Theni district is Megamalai or Meghamalai. It is also known as 'Paccha Kumachi' in the local Tamil language, meaning 'Green Peaks'. The town was called High Waves during the British period.
Beating the heat and relaxing in the middle of nature for a quiet time is a great getaway. Highway Dam, Manalar Dam, Suruli Falls, Iravangalar Dam, Megamalai Viewpoint, and Maharaja Mettu Dam. Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary With an elevation of 1650 m above sea level, Vellimalai forms the nucleus of the Meghamalai Mountain range. The hill range also provides a marvellous view of the entire range of Varusanadu Hills.
Located within Tamil Nadu's Western Ghats, Meghamalai in the Theni district is the kind of secret paradise you read about in books, complete with thrilling trekking trails, spectacular scenes, and a great opportunity to take a break in the lap of nature from your everyday life. The Highways Mountain, locally called the Meghamalai, is an undulating terrain of peaks belonging to the Varusha. The Meghamalai Hills were confined to private tea and coffee plantation estates. It remains, however, one of the destinations near Theni that is untouched and untarnished. With lush forests and rich tea plantations, the landscape here is drawn, waiting to be explored. Sudden waterfalls crack the green monochrome on the way, and the latent thrill of coming across still occurs.
Things to do in Megamalai
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.
Dam of Iravangalar : The tiny hill town of Meghamalai has 6 dams, along with countless perennial waterfalls.The serene lake and the lovely picturesque surroundings shrouded by mist draw a lot of visitors every year.
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. 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.
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.
Bodi Mettu : Bodi Mettu is an idyllic hill station in Tamil Nadu's Theni district. It sits at a height of around 4500 ft above sea level on the lap of the Western Ghats. This is a beautiful tourist spot and every year hundreds of tourists come to this hill station to spend a relaxing time here. Bodi Mettu is abundant in biodiversity and flora.
Theni Tourist attractions
Kumbakkarai Falls : Kumbakkarai Falls, located at the foot of the Kodaikanal hills, is a mesmerizing waterfall. The water cascades down in two layers—the water pools at the rock boulders and recesses at the first level. And in the second process, the layer of rocks drops down. These recesses are named after wild animals such as tiger, snake, elephant, cheetah, etc In addition to boasting immense scenic beauty and the melodious tinkering of the gushing waters, the place also provides complete peace and quiet. Kumbakkarai Falls also provides shallow waters where visitors are welcome to swim or take a dive, unlike most other waterfalls. When the water level is high and the surrounding areas are glowing with greenery, the famous tourist spot is the most crowded during the rainy season. There is also a statue of Murugan installed on the spot.
Falls of Suruli : Suruli Falls is a stunning waterfall in Tamil Nadu's Theni district and is also one of Theni's main tourist attractions. It is an excellent place to get up close and personal with nature and refresh yourself in its pristine waters. For your comfortable stay in the city, Suruli Falls in Theni, you will need to find the best hotel rooms that fit your needs. You can find the best & cheap offers for Theni hotels near Suruli Falls and book the same online in a fast and convenient way. The website shows the images for your viewing of the hotel rooms and lists the prices for each form of accommodation in Theni.
Dam Vaigai : Vaigai Dam is also a great destination for picnics and casual afternoon visits with friends and relatives, a lifeline for the districts of Madurai and Dindigul as both a source of irrigation and drinking water. Vaigai Dam, located across the Vaigai River in Tamil Nadu's Theni district, is a major source of irrigation water for both the Madurai district and the Dindigul district. The dam provides Madurai and Andipatti with drinking water as well.
Morning pick up from Kodai Road Railway 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 the Hotel.
Then Proceed to visit Theni major attractions such as Suruli falls, 1008 Sivalinga Temple and Grape Gardens.
Next to visit Kuchanur Suyambu Sri Saneeswara Bhagavan Temple.
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 ) *