Kodaikanal indeed one of the most beautiful places in the world is the most ideal location for most of you honeymooners to spend some quality time together. The green and lush cool environment coupled with fresh breeze and splendid views would definitely make you the happiest couple together in the lap of nature. So all those who love nature and of course who love their better half, pack your stuff and be on the first flight to reach this magnificent place.

The charm of Kodaikanal lies in its beautiful slopes, lush green trees and mighty rocks The vast expanse of lands and long stretches of forests and beautiful spots are a source of joy, delight and thrill to onlookers. The arduous climb to the Pillar rocks, to a height of 400 ft, is a must for every tourist to this hill resort.

Tourist Places in Kodaikanal

Kodai has numerous places of interest for tourists and honeymooners. The beautiful Lake is the focal point in Kodai. Bryant's park situated on the eastern side of the lake. Is famous for its exotic flora and fauna. Solar Physical Observatory situated 32 kms. from the lake is the highest point in Kodai. Kurinji Andavar Temple temple situated 3 kms from the lake is a famous shrine dedicated to lord Muruga. Telescope House at Coakers Walk was constructed to enable visitors to have a panoramic view of the valley and nearby towns. Green valley View is about 5.5 kms from the lake and very near the Golf Club. This point commands a beautiful view of the entire Vaigai Dam. As the valley here is very deep, dense and dangerous this place was once known as “Suicide point.” Shenbaganur Museum, Silver Cascade, Moer Point, Silent Valley, Berijam Lake Thalaiyar Falls, are other beautiful spots worth visiting. Honeymooners can also enjoy Excursions at Dindigul housing a beautiful fort.

Best Time to Visit Kodaikanal

Light Woolens in the evening during summer and heavy woolens during winter. April to June and September to October are the best seasons to visit the place.

How to Reach Kodaikanal

Kodaikainal is well connected by air and road network. Airports at Madurai (121 kms) and Coimbatore (135 Kms) are the nearest ones. Kodai Road railway Station (80 kms) and palani railway station (64 kms) are the railway stations. Kodaikanal is connected by road with all-important towns. Regular bus services are available from Kodaikkanal to Madurai, Palani, Kodaikanal Road, Theni, Dinidigul, Thiruchirapalli, Kumili, Erode, Bangalore and Coimbatore. Taxis and Vans are available. Limited city buses are available.