Kodaikanal is one of the famous holiday destinations in India, as this hill is situated at 7,200 feet above sea level. Kodaikanal is located in the upper Palani hills of the Western Ghats near Madurai in Tamil Nadu and about 55 km west-southwest of Dindigul. To know more, the place was created in 1845 by British civil servants as a hill station and then the British administrative offices were moved during the summer. The word Kodaikanal means “gift of the forest” and the hill station was developed in the mid-19th century.
You know, Kodaikanal is also known as the princes of Hill Stations. The place has cool and misty weather, and the scenic beauty of the rolling hills, the wooded forest of Kodaikanal, and its surroundings will mesmerize any tourists. Those stunning landscapes which you will wonder will amaze your eyes and an unforgettable experience you will get. The densely wooded jungles, undulating hill slopes, cascading waterfalls, breezing rivers, and Kodaikanal’s scenic beauty never fails to mesmerize travelers.
One of the most beautiful and interesting places to see in Kodaikanal is Berijam Lake, which is located at the end of pillar rock road. Here the calm and peaceful nature is the most eye soothing. Another major interesting place is Kodai Lake, the most famous place of the Kodaikanal. The blue water of the lake, you can even take a boat to explore it, is worth the experience and unforgettable memory.
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If you love adventure then this place has lots of trekking places like Pillar Rocks, Dolphin Rocks, and even Kumabkarai. Here is a famous temple also for the religious people where they can prey, the Kurinji Andavar Temple. The place also offers you several viewpoints from where you can see the mesmerizing view of Kodaikanal.
There is another place to visit, which is COAKER’S WALK. This is a man-made walking plaza, Coaker’s Walk was built by Lt Coaker in 1872 and today it is one of the most popular places to visit in Kodaikanal take a short trip to the Coaker’s Walk and have some life memorable experience.
A trip without a LAKE VIEWPOINT is not worth it, right? Here is another place to mesmerize this place is called Upper Lake View Point which attracts lots of tourists, from this point, you can see the grand view of Kodai Lake. You know there is a sightseeing place in Kodaikanal, the Silent Valley View Point near Berijam Lake. Nonetheless, the point is an amazing place to witness the natural surroundings and beautiful mountains around.