Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Kodaikanal Route Map


Bengaluru to Kodaikanal Route Map
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The shortest distance from Bengaluru to Kodaikanal is around 450 km via the National Highway Number 7 and the Salem-Ernakulam Highway which passes through Bhavani, Dharapuram and Palani.

The total time to cover the distance between Bengaluru and Kodaikanal is approximately 8 to 9 hours by road.

There is also an alternate route from Bengaluru to Kodaikanal via National Highway Number 7 which passes through Namakkal, Karur and Dindigul. This route has a total distance of around 465 km and the time taken to cover the distance on this route is approximately 9 hours by road.

To travel from Bengaluru to Kodaikanal one can choose any of these two routes.



Last Updated on : 19th March




     


     

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