Kodaikanal Tour

Located on the southern ridge of the Palani Hills in the Western Ghats, a Kodaikanal tour is like cruising down an abode of peace.

A Kodaikanal tour is perfect for all, including, honeymooners, adventure lovers, nature lovers or even those who just want to relax in the lap of nature. The first thing that attracts a visitor on a Kodaikanal tour is the Kodaikanal Lake which has a shape of a starfish. The Kodaikanal Lake is the nuclei of the hill town and around it are lush green forests which add color to the white tranquil waters.

There are a number of attractions for visitors on a tour to Kodaikanal . The hill resort itself is a natural paradise and one can go around the city surfing the interesting spots in the region like:
  • Kodai Lake
  • Coaker's Walk
  • Fairy Falls
  • Kurinji Andavar Temple
  • Pillar Rocks
  • Green Valley View
  • Bryant Park
  • Kodai Astrophysical Observatory
  • Silver Cascade
  • Bear Shola Falls
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.

Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



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