So, get ready for a nature adventure that you will remember forever in Kodaikanal attractions Here are the list of top Kodaikanal Tourist Places.
Bear Shola Falls is one of the main tourist attractions in Kodaikanal. Although these falls are best visited during the monsoon season,
Kodai Lake is a man-made lake creatively built by Vera Levinge, a British civil servant from the city of Kodaikanal.
There are two ways to visit Kukkal Cave. You can visit them as a destination or starting point for your Kodai Palani trip.
Thalaiyar Falls, known as Mousetail Falls, is one of the most beautiful waterfalls you will ever see in India.
Why stop for a quick picnic if you’re busy sightseeing and exploring? Head to the stone pillars for the best view for your picnic, this is the most popular picnic spot in Kodaikanal.
When night comes, one of the best places to rest your head and rejuvenate your body is Vattakanal. Located just 3 km from Kodaikanal.
Start your morning right in Kodaikanal with a walk in Coakers, 1 km from the city center. This kilometer-long man-made pedestrian square offers beautiful vistas for your morning walk.
If you want to go hiking and go on adventures, this tourist destination is perfect for you. Guna Caves, also known as Devil’s Kitchen.
Lakes are quite common in Kodaikanal, and Lake Berijam is probably one of the most amazing places you can visit.
If you have an afternoon or evening to spare in Kodaikanal, visiting Bryant Park could be the best way to make the most of your time as it’s only 1 block from the bustling city center, 6 km.