Kodaikanal


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Kodaikanal, the Princess of Hill Stations is located in Dindugal District of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the most famous hill stations in South India. Located on the southern tip of the Palani Hills Kodaikanal is 120 km northwest of Madurai, in Tamil NaduFavourite among the Honeymooners, this charming place is one of the most visited tourist destination which offers its visitors boat rides, nature walks, hiking, trekking and rock-climbing.

The Kodai Lake is a perfect picnic spot for those on a Kodaikanal tour. One can also take a boat ride in order to realize the natural beauty of the place to the fullest. Though customary and very common, a stroll down the Coaker's Walk never seems to become old and stale. One of the biggest attraction of a Kodaikanal tour, one can enjoy some of the breath taking views from the Coaker's Walk.

The Green Valley view is a must visit while on a Kodaikanal tour. The Bear Shoal Falls is located at about a distance of 2 Kilometers from the city center of Kodaikanal. The Silver Cascade is one of the most popular spots of a Kodaikanal tour and it is located just 7 Kilometers away from the town.

Places to see in Kodaikanal include Kodai Lake, Shenbaganur Museum, Coaker's Walk, Berijam Lake, Dolphin's nose, Boat Club, Telescope Houses, Silver Cascade, Pillar Rocks, Bryant Park, Kurinji Andavar Temple, Bear Shola Falls

Hotels and Accommodation is available in plenty and option of luxury hotels, economy/budget hotels and also Hotels which are cheap in rate is available for tourists. Some of the well known Luxury hotels in Kodaikanal include Hotel Mount View, Hotel Winter Green and Carlton Kodaikanal

Best Time to Visit - Well connected by Road, Air and Rail, Kodaikanal is pleasant throughout the year, but the best time to visit Kodaikanal is from April to June and from September to October



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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