Kodaikanal pulls several tourists with the magic of its brimming greenery. The town is often referred to as ‘Princess of Hill Stations’ and is perched at an altitude of 7200 feet above sea level.
This location opens the doorway to brilliant view of scenic beauty. The mountainscape is embellished with glinting waterfalls, like the Bear Shola Falls; serene lakes, like Berijam Lake and Kodaikanal Lake and other enchanting ingredients of nature.
If one wants to surround himself with rare pieces of South Indian architecture, colorful flowers and birds, then, Shenbaganur Museum is an ideal place to visit here. Rent a boat from the Boat Club and go on your own adventures.
Also, Coaker’s Walk is a trial a nature-lover shouldn’t miss. A popular temple of Kodaikanal is Kurinji Andavar Temple, dedicated to Lord Murugan and bestowed with a spectacular view of the vicinity. These are just a few of popular attractions of Kodaikanal, and only you can decide what’s good for you once you are here to explore.