Travel Agency in Kodaikanal



A travel agency in Kodaikanal can organize a full fledged Kodaikanal tour for a small family or even a group. Kodaikanal is often known as a paradise on earth and the tranquil waters of its lake and the rolling hills surrounding it only justify this claim.

Kodaikanal is popular among both the Indian and international tourists and most of them depend on the Kodaikanal travel agencies to plan their tour itinerary and hire the required facilities.

There are a number of Travel agencies in Kodaikanal, these include:
  • Access India Travel, Kodaikanal
  • Kodaikanal City Travel Guide
  • Visit India
These Travel agencies of Kodaikanal, like most other travel agencies look after the all round comfort of the tourists. The Travel agencies in Kodaikanal plan the itinerary for their customers, book their hotel room, hire the vehicle for transports, take care of their food. In short, they are responsible for most of the requirements of their guests from their arrival to their departure.

A travel agency in Kodaikanal usually would provide packages that include all the main tourist spots in the region. These include:
  • Fairy Falls
  • Kurinji Andavar Temple
  • Pillar Rocks
  • Kodai Astrophysical Observatory
  • Green Valley View
  • Silver Cascade
  • Coaker's Walk
  • Bryant Park
  • Bear Shola Falls
  • Kodai Lake


Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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