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About Kodaikanal Holidays

Another name for this place is the “Princess of Hill Stations”. Kodaikanal offers an ideal blend of culture and nature to the travelers. Its superbly structured inclines, beautiful cascades, clear lakes make an ideal setting for a perfect mountain trip. Kodaikanal is a place you can go to enjoy a reprieve from the rigors of daily city life. This region gives you a chance to sit and interface with nature. You can take off on biking or trekking trails or go for a walk through the colossal woods encompassing the town. The other thing significant thing that Kodaikanal is famous for is for its wide variety of chocolates. It is something you would never want to miss out

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Visiting Kodaikanal will let you explore the different views that the town has on offer. For example, Green Valley Views, Column Rocks Views, and the broadly known Dolphin's Nose Viewpoint. The one place you need to visit when you go to Kodaikanal is Coakers Walk. It is a one-kilometer walkway that guarantees dazzling viewpoints of the city and the mountains. Situated at a high point, going out for a stroll along the way of Coakers Walk is a mind-blowing experience. Other popular places to visit here are Devil’s Kitchen, Kodai Lake, Bear Shola Falls, Pillar Rocks, to name a few. Some of these places in Kodaikanal must be a part of your sightseeing list.

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Place to Visit in Kodaikanal

Kodai Lake

The Kodai Lake covers an area of about 60 acres and is man-made. The star-shaped lake welcomes thousands of visitors all throughout the year. The lake was created in 1863 by Sir Vere Henry Levinge, who used to be the collector of Madurai. The lake feeds from the waters of the Palani Hills. The outflow of the lake creates an amazing waterfall. It is known as the Silver Cascade. Spending a day along the lakes with the cool breeze blowing from the forests would be captivating.

Coakers Walk

The Coakers Walk is about 1 km long and has been created on the slopes of a hillock for people to walk along. If you are in Kodaikanal, you must visit the place. The serenity of this place is unparalleled. The walk offers some of the most breathtaking views of the hills. One of the rarest phenomena that you can witness here is that your shadows would be cast on the clouds enveloping the area. It is known as the 'Broken Spectre'.

Bryant Park

The Bryant Park is a botanical garden that covers an area of about 20.5 acres. The place is located at the end of the Kodaikanal Lake and is frequented by visitors. About 325 species of trees can be found here. This includes cacti, shrubs and trees. About 740 different species of roses can be seen here. The horticulture and flower shows are organised in the warmer months. You can get lost in the beauty of the place.

Silver Cascade

The Silver Cascade is something that demands attention. It is formed through the overflow of the man-made Kodai Lake. It offers the perfect break on the long road trip. If the temperature is right, you can even take a swim in the pristine waters of the place.

Dolphin's Nose

The Dolphin's Nose is a popular trekking spot in Kodaikanal. It projects over a wide gorge that is about 2 km deep. The place has earned its name because of the peculiar shape it imposes. The breathtaking Liril and Pambar Falls can be reached from here, which are some of the best-hidden attractions.

Berijam lake

The Berijam lake is located among vast grasslands and trees not native to the place. It is just a few kilometres away from Kodaikanal. The refreshing setting of the lake and the lush greenery makes the place a great place for a picnic. The lake is connected by motorable roads and it would not be difficult to reach the place. However, a forest pass would be needed to enter the area. If you would like to take part in fishing, you would need to get a permit from the Fisheries Department.