Kodaikanal Madurai Break 3N/4D
Kodaikanal is alluded to as the “Princess of Hill stations” and has a long history as a retreat and famous vacationer location.
Kodaikanal Lake– Kodaikanal Lake is a manmade lake that is a central attraction of the Hill station of Kodaikanal. Guests enjoy boating, rowing and pedaling boats in the evenings.
Bryant Park– Bryant Park is a botanical garden near Bus stand spread over 20.5 acres having more than 300 species of trees, shrubs and cactuses. There is a section in the park that has 700+ varieties of roses.
Coakers Walk– Coaker’s walk is a 1 km paved pedestrian path running along the edge of steep slopes near approachable from the lake. There is an observatory with a telescope halfway along the walk.
Bear Shola Falls– A waterfall 3 Kms from Kodaikanal town center. The final approach is a gentle walk.
Shembaganur Museum of Natural History– 6 Kms from the town center, open to the public (except Tuesdays) having 500 species of animals, birds, and insects and a living collection of over 300 exotic orchid species.
Pillar Rocks– Pillar rocks are a set of three rock pillars standing 122 meters high at 8 Kms from town center
Silver Cascade– 8 Kms from Kodaikanal, 55-meter waterfall formed from the outflow of Kodaikanal Lake. Kind of touristy and not good for bathing.
Meenakshi Amman Temple– Meenakshi Amman Temple is a 17th century temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati known as Meenakshi and her consort, Lord Shiva as Sundareswarar. It is the most prominent landmark of the city. The complex houses 14 gopurams, highest being about 52 meters. Meenakshi Amman Temple is one of the most visited temples of Tamilnadu and must visit for any traveller.
Departure TimePlease arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing.