kodaikanal tour packages
BEST TIME TO VISIT : April To June And September To October.
CHETTIAR PARK : The park is open between 8.30am to 5.00pm, so plan accordingly.
FONDEST MEMORY : Kodai Lake, Coaker's Walk and the climate.
The star shaped Kodaikanal Lake is set amidst the sylvan serenity of wooded slopes.
The Bryant Park lies near the lake and is famed for its colourful flowers. A horticultural show in May is an annual feature that attracts garden lovers.
The Solar Physical Observatory founded in 1898 lies at the highestpoint of the hills.
Coaker's Walk offers some of the finest vistas of the plains.
The Kurinji Andavar Temple enshrines Lord Murugan within itssanctum. Picturesque views make it a favourite haunt of visitors.
The Telescope Houses allow visitors to have a panoramic view of the plains.
The Green Valley View offers some unforgettable spectacles of the hill resort.
The Pillar Rocks are vertical boulders towering over 121 metres.
The Bear Shola Falls -a favourite picnic spot accessible only by a rugged path.
The Shenbaganur Museum has a splendid collection of orchids.
The Coaker's Walk offers some fantastic views of the surrounding plains. Another superb vantage point, is the Kurinji Andavar temple, dedicated to Lord Murugan, which provides a splendid view of the lofty hills, that embrace Kodaikanal. Some of the popular picnic spots in the resort, are the Green Valley View, Pillar Rocks, and Bear Shola Falls. The flora and fauna are lavishly found in this region. Shenbaganur Museum has an amazing orchid collection. The rarely found Kurinji flower is also found in plenty in Kodai. This flower which appears only once in twelve years was last seen in 1992. Bird watchers find an amazing variety hence Kody is the perfect place for them too.
People craving for an exotic holiday amidst nature's richness, find Kodaikanal perfect and idyllic.