Dindigul, which is located in Tamil Nadu state, is a district. Dindigul derives its name from a pillow meaning 'Thindu' and a rock meaning 'Kal'. This applies to the bare hills overlooking the city. The districts of Kari and Erode are in the north, Madurai in the south, and Tiruppur and Kerala in the west. Trekkers can take a short trek to a small hill in the town, Mala Kottai. Chinnalapatti is another preferred location for visitors.
Dindigul Fort: Located on top of a rocky hill during the reign of the Madurai Nayaks in the 17th century, Dindigul Fort overlooks the central settlement of the town. The main reason why Dindigul Fort should be your first priority here lies in its architectural and historical significance. It's one place where the history of Dindigul can be learned in detail and how it flourished over a period of time. The fort complex is home to a lovely temple and mandapam. Which are of significant architectural value. You can also find a few cannons within its fortified borders. Even though the Madurai Nayaks constructed the fort, it was also ruled by the Tipu Sultan and the British East India Company.
Sri Abirami Amman's Temple: It is rightly said that the history of any place in India is incomplete without the existence of ancient religious sites. These religious sites not only narrate the history of any region's founding, but also demonstrate their lifestyle and culture that prevailed hundreds of years ago. Therefore a visit to the holy sites of every historic town is a must. Many ancient and beautiful temples are situated in Dindigul. Some of the most famous locations are Sri Abirami Amman Temple, Srinivasa Perumal Temple, and Kalahastheeswara Gnanambika Temple. All these temples boast of their great religious and historical significance.
Tourists have been captivated by the temple city and the pilgrim town of Madurai for years. Ancient history and culture permeate each corner and the skyline is dominated by mesmerising temples of the Dravidian type. Rolling through the streets of busy places like Pudhu Mandapam, as vendors call out and encourage you to buy famous Madurai cotton sarees and intricately carved brassware, it's easy to feel like you've stepped into the past. But the best places to visit in Madurai are not restricted to temples and shops that look as old as time.
Koodal Azhagar Temple: Next on our list of Madurai tourist sites is Koodal Azhagar Temple, a beautiful structure built with devotion to Vishnu. Like the temples in the city, it is constructed in the Dravidian style. A magnificent rajagopuram of five levels dominates and stands more than 120 feet tall. The temple is situated near Meenakshi Amman, and you can not afford to miss a visit. Try to plan your trip during the float festival that runs for 10 days.
The Thirupparamkunram Murugan Temple: One of the best places to visit in Madurai is the Thirupparamkunram Murugan temple. It is located in Thiruparankundram, a town near the capital. The ancient structure is particularly beautiful in architecture because it's rock-cut. Another distinct aspect is the placement of the gods, Shiva and Vishnu, who face each other. Considering that Shaivites and Vaishnavites have always been two different groups, this feature distinguishes the temple.
Gandhi Memorial Museum: A Madurai sightseeing tour can definitely take place at the Gandhi Memorial Museum. It is housed in the great Tamukkam Palace, built during the Nayak Dynasty period, dating back to the 17th century. Beautifully landscaped grounds with tall trees and sculptures provide a quiet place for contemplation and encourage you to immerse yourself in history. The museum is divided into three parts, all of which are worth a visit.
Kodaikanal Tourist attractions
BERIJAM LAKE: Forest-fringed Berijam Lake is one of Kodaikanal's most popular tourist spots. One needs a permit from the forest service in order to enjoy this scenic beauty. The authorization is readily available if approached a day earlier. Boating is prohibited here as the local public gets their drinking water from the lake. A walk near the lake and its beautiful setting, however, makes it a must-visit spot in Kodaikanal for tourists.
PINE FOREST: Mr. Bryant planted the Kodaikanal Pine Forest about a century ago, and it appears to be one of the hill station's most visited places today. A variety of tourists from all over are drawn to the Pine Forest. Needless to say, an amazing sight is the very sight of countless pine trees standing high. When on a tour of Kodaikanal, be sure to visit the Pine Forest.
PILLAR ROCKS: The Pillar Rocks offer the stunning beauty of one of the best sightseeing locations in Kodaikanal, with natural views. The site derived its name from three rocks standing almost vertically, towering high and almost penetrating the sky, at a height of 400 feet. Fog and mist also play hide and seek with the pillars, thereby making the scene seem almost ethereal. Remember to visit Pillar Rocks while on a tour of Kodaikanal.
SUBRAHMANYA TEMPLE: The Subrahmanya Temple is dedicated to Lord Kartikeya, situated 65 kilometres from the main Kodaikanal Point. Located at a height of 135 metres, more than 600 steps need to be climbed to get a glimpse of the sanctum sanctorum. This temple may be mildly popular for visitors, but a visit will fill you with a sense of satisfaction. Remember to take a tour of the Subrahmanya Temple while you are in Kodaikanal.
FAIRY FALLS: The Fairy Falls render Kodaikanal, located in the Pambarpuram district, a must-see location. These cascading falls offer a spectacular view of water from the top of a mountain gushing out at a high speed. As a place to swim as well the falls are very common. The Fairy Falls is certainly worth a visit, to spend some time relaxing here with your loved one or just steal away some moments of loneliness.
Things to do in Kodaikanal
CHRIST THE KING CHURCH: Another large place of worship, Christ the King Church, attracts a number of visitors and pilgrims throughout the year. The Protestant church was built in 1895, in typical Gothic architecture. The church features a collection of stained glasses that from its exterior exude beauty and liveliness. The Church of Christ the King is a respected place of worship in Kodaikanal.
MOIR POINT: One of Kodaikanal's key points of view is Moir Point. The point provides panoramic views of the peaks and the surrounding green vistas. It is one of Kodaikanal's main tourist spots. A small park along with a memorial has been built here.
Morning Pick up from Madurai.
After Refreshment at Dindigul.
To visit Arulmigu Sri Kottai Mariamman Thirukoil and Abirami Amman Temple.
Nanmai Tharum 108 Vinayagar Kovil, Thadikombu Arulmigu Soundararaja Perumal Temple.
Then proceed towards Palani.
To visit Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple.
Overnight Stay @ Hotel- Palani.
After Breakfast and then Check out from the Hotel.
Then proceed towards Kodaikanal.
Hotel check in.
Then Proceeding to visit Kodaikanal major attractions such as Suicide Point , Pine Forest and Silver Cascade's water fall.
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 Proceeding to visit Kodaikanal major attractions such as Bryant Park , Shenbaganur Museum, Wax Museum and Kodaikanal Solar Observatory 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 Madurai with sweet Memories of Kodaikanal.
Finally drop @ Madurai.
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 ) *