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Kodaikanal tours

Explore Kodaikanal

At its scenic best!

Kodaikanal is one of the most important tourist attraction in Tamil Nadu. Nestled in the lap of the Parappar and Gundar valleys, this place is home to a number of waterfalls, lakes and parks. The best time to visit this place is between September and May as Kodaikanal has a subtropical climatic condition.

Coaker’s Walk - One of the most scenic and picturesque spot in the city, the Coaker’s Walk is just half a kilometre from the Kodaikanal bus station. Constructed by Lt. Coaker in 1872, this is a paved pedestrian path that runs parallel to the Club Road along the steep slopes of the southern side of Kodai. Providing stunning views of the valleys and plains around the region, the Coaker’s walk will take you around Mount Neba, the adjoining hospital, while finally ending at St. Peter’s Church, taking only 15 minutes of your time. On clear days, it is even possible for you to see as far the Dolphin’s Nose in the south, the valley of the Pambar River in the southeast and Periyakulam town and even the city of Madurai. Head here in the evening when the mystic clouds slowly cover the mountains and the hills appear like a white carpet. Trust us, this is quite an unforgettable experience.

Bryant Park -A beautiful garden that has been maintained in a properly, the Bryant Garden is situated at the south-east corner of Kodai Lake. Along with the Kodaikanal Lake, this is a popular spot in the region. Spread over an area of 20.5 acres, the park was built in 1908 by H.D. Bryant who was a forest officer from Madurai. With 325 species of trees, shrubs and cactuses, this park becomes a stunning spectacle of different varieties of flowers during the monsoon and winter season. The Bryant Park promises to be a true delight for those who love nature, especially flowers. There is a large section in the park that is dedicated to 740 varieties of roses and ornamental plants are cultivated in the nursery, which are sold to visitors as well. In addition, the park also organises horticultural exhibits and flower shows, every summer so make sure you do not miss this one.

Kodaikanal Lake - An artificial, star shaped lake situated in Kodaikanal, this place is one of the most famous landmark in the city. Often represented in advertisements for Kodaikanal Tourism, this lake is spread over 60 acres and was built by Sir Vere Henry Levinge in 1863, when he was the Collector of the city. This place also hosts two popular shows called Boat Pageant and Flower shows, during the summer season to boost visitors. This lake is surrounded by scenic valleys, a boat club and some historical buildings from the colonial period. Walk around the lake and get a chance to soak in the beauty of the place, a perfect way to make your trip truly unforgettable.

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