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Kodaikanal Holiday From Bangalore,Mumbai,Delhi,Hyderabad with Affordable Package pricesKodaikanal is beautiful hill station with peace and serenity and replete with vast stretches of green, sloping hills, tea plantations and scenic lakes. Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park, Coaker’s Walk, Chettiar Park, upper Lake View, Silver Cascade, Bear Sholar, Thalayar Falls, Pambar Falls, Moir Point, Kukkal Caves, Devil’s Kitchen, Pillar Rocks, Green Valley View (Suicide Point), Berijan Lake, Dolphin’s Nose, Vembadi Peak, Palani Hills National Park, Shenbaganur Flora and Fauna Museum, Dolmen Circle, Telescope Houses, Kodaikanal Boat Club etc., are some of the splendid tourist spots.
A prominent hill resort, Kodaikanal is nestled in the foothills of Pali hills and offers you a stay amidst natural surroundings and a tranquil ambiance. The name Kodaikanal originated from Tamil Language, which means Gift of Forest and indeed it is. This splendid hill station is a blessing of nature, endowed with some of the most magnificent scenic wonders. Adorned with immense natural beauty, in the form of imperial hills, luxuriant forests, gushing springs, spice and coffee plantations and a fascinating range of flora and fauna, Kodaikanal is nothing less than a paradise. It was the British Bureaucrats and American Missionaries, who acknowledged the caliber of this place and turned it into a summer retreat. The diversity of the culture of Kodaikanal can be accredited to the people who dwell here, as this place is deeply influenced by both, local tribes and American and British visitors.
Kodai Lake is undoubtedly the biggest attraction which draws tourists to this hill station. This lake originated as an initiative of Sir Levinge, who converted this once marshy land into an enigmatic water body. People love to walk around the lake admiring its exquisite beauty and enjoy the refreshing calmness surrounded by lush landscapes. You can enjoy cycling trips and horse rides as well. For fishing, permission is required from Fisheries Department. At a short distance from the lake is a Kurinji Andavar Temple, which is dedicated to the local hill god, Lord Muruga. As beautiful and amazing as the pastures that surround it, this temple derives its name from the Kurinji flower, which blossoms here once in every 12 years.Coaker’s walk is the place to catch the most magnificent views of Kodaikanal. This pathway, discovered in 1872 by ear. Coaker, is a sheer slope, situated near Kodai Lake. On a clear day you can enjoy a panoramic view of some of the most prominent sights, which include the famous Dolphin’s nose, Pambar River Valley and Periyakulam. Other magnificent attractions include the Shenbaganur Museum, Pillar Rocks, Thalaiyar Falls, Berijam Lake, along with several others. Kodaikanal is significant from an education point of view as well, as here you can find well established educational institutions, offering education and infrastructure of international standards.
Certainly, there is no dearth of attractions and sightseeing spots which you can enjoy in Kodaikanal, along with pleasant and calming climate. This is the reason why this place is so famous among travelers and vacationers, who throng this place all around the year.