Honeymoon Tour in Kodaikanal



The best way of initiating a new life is by indulging in a honeymoon tour in Kodaikanal. A paradise on earth, Kodaikanal is truly an abode of peace which allows the newly wed couples to fall in love all over again.

Kodaikanal honeymoon tours offer different kinds of packages for the newly wed couples. The tranquil waters of the Kodai Lake and the rolling mountains that surround it make it an ideal location for spending a cozy honeymoon. Keeping the need of privacy and isolation in mind the different travel agents plan a variety of honeymoon tours in Kodaikanal A number of tourist locations are usually included within the Honeymoon tours in Kodaikanal. They are:
  • Bear Shola Falls
  • Green Valley View
  • Silver Cascade
  • Fairy Falls
  • Kurinji Andavar Temple
  • Pillar Rocks
  • Kodai Astrophysical Observatory
  • Coaker's Walk
  • Bryant Park
  • Kodai Lake
All these places are usually included within the Honeymoon tours in Kodaikanal and the couples can enjoy the seclusion of these places along with the natural beauties of the location.

The couples can opt for a visit to the mouth of the Bear Shola falls from where one can get a pan optic view of the entire city of Kodaikanal. The couples on a honeymoon tour in Kodaikanal can also take a boat ride in the Kodaikanal Lake which is set amidst the most picturesque location.

One can enjoy the bliss of a Honeymoon tour in Kodaikanal by just holding their hands and trekking down the trails while the nature compliments the love of the newly weds.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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