Things to do in Kodaikanal



The beauty of the natural settings of the Western Ghats can be best enjoyed by participating in the various things to do in Kodaikanal.

The tourists who visit the hill town of Kodaikanal can engage in a number of activities to enliven their vacation in Kodaikanal. The spellbound beauty of the hill station can be cherished best by taking a stroll through the meandering streets of Kodaikanal.

The hill town of Kodaikanal has a labyrinth of tourists destinations that can be visited by the tourists. The religious sites like the churches and the temples in Kodaikanal are the special attractions of the town. The nucleus of activities in Kodaikanal center around the lakes and the hills. Provisions are made for the tourists to go fishing. The tourists may also engage in the horse riding, mountaineering and shopping in the town.

The Kodaikanal hills are a getaway from the hustle and bustle of the townsfolk. The various species of birds and flowers can be watched by the nature lovers who can engage in a leisurely stroll down the mountain ranges of the Western Ghats.

The Kurinji flower that abounds in plenty in the hill slopes of the region blossoms once in twelve years spreading a colored tinge in the hill slopes. The tourists may visit the Coaker's Walk that provides a captivating view of the Palani hills.

The Byrant's Park is a botanical garden created by the Britishers during the colonial rule. The tourists may participate in boating in the star shaped lake of Kodaikanal. Home made chocolates and marshmallows of Kodaikanal is a favorite, especially among the children.

Amongst the various things to do in Kodaikanal, participating in the adventurous sports ensure an exalting vacation in Kodaikanal.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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