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TRIP TO KODAIKANAL

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Are you a student who’s curious to plan a trip for the long weekend? Or are you a family person who’s planning a peaceful trip for family? If yes, then you’re at the right place.

Kodaikanal comes as one of the most beautiful cities to be visited in South India. It is known to be the “Princess of Hill Stations”, and the most appropriate place to spend a weekend with abundance of peace and low cost. The city is situated in the Dindigul district in the state of Tamil Nadu. Kodaikanal has various sightseeing places, but the best option of stay will be the city of Vattakanal. It is approximately situated at a distance of 5.7 kms.

Tourists can travel from Vattakanal to Kodaikanal for sight seeing and trekking. Restaurants are available which provide 24×7 services both in Kodaikanal and Vattakanal. So for the foodies out there, food isn’t an issue when you’re planning of boosting yourself with meals at regular intervals.

Kodaikanal has a few grand common attractions which are delighted in by its guests and make it a famous sentimental goal for tourists. Numerous youngsters want bicycle treks and recreation. It is likewise well known for it’s home made chocolates and eucalyptus oil.

These are portrayed arranged by separation from the transport stand.

Upper lake see in Kodaikanal:

Kodaikanal Lake is a fake, generally star-molded. It is Kodaikanal’s most prominent geographic milestone and vacation spot. Rowboats and paddle boats can be rented at the Kodaikanal Boat Club. Horses, bicycles and bikes can be rented alongside the lake for brief periods.

Sight seeing places include:

Bryant Park:

Is situated at the east of the lake and 500 meters away from the transport stand. It has 325 different types of trees, bushes, and desert plants, the recreation center is a rainbow of blooms amid the pinnacle season. A huge area is committed to almost 740 types of roses. There are found to be a variety of 1857 eucalyptus trees and a Bodhi tree which adds a religious centrality to the recreation center. Decorative plants are developed in a nursery available to be purchased. The recreation center arranges agricultural displays and blossom demonstrates each late spring, to match with the pinnacle season. 

Coaker’s Walk

It is situated 500 meters from the transport stand. On a sunny morning, one can see similar to Dolphin’s Nose in the south, the valley of the Pambar River in the southeast, Periyakulam town and even the city of Madurai. There is an observatory with a telescope most of the way along the walk. The extra charge to the walkway is superficial and it is open all year.

Kudhanthai Velappar Temple

This temple is situated in the Poombarai village which is 15 kilometres from the bus stand. The village is a reserve forest and temple is of Lord Muruga.

Green Valley View

It was earlier known as the suicide point. 5.5 kilometres from the bus-stand and near the golf course, has a panoramic view of the plains and a sheer drop of 1,500 metres overlooking the Vaigai Dam to the south. The stairway is highly commercialised and lined with rows of shops to tempt tourists.

Shembaganur Museum of Natural History

6 kilometers from the transport stand, is available to people in general except for the Tuesdays for surveying an excess of 500 types of creatures, winged animals and bugs and a living gathering of more than 300 fascinating orchid species. The historical center is associated with Loyola College in Chennai and displays antiquities of the antiquated Palaiyar clans individuals whose relatives still live in these slopes.

Dolphin’s Nose

8 kilometres from the bus stand, is a flat rock projecting over a chasm 6,600 feet deep. It is an undisturbed area 1 kilometer down a steep rocky trail beginning soon after Pambar Bridge. The old village of Vellagavi can be reached through a rugged bridle path here. A short paved walkway leads from the road here to Pambar Falls.

Berijam Lake

The lake is found essentially at a separation of around 20 km from Kodaikanal. The passage is limited to the Berijam Lake region between 9.30 a.m. also, 3 p.m. Buffalo, deer, jaguars and snakes are frequently seen here. The fire tower, Silent Valley, Medicine Forest, and Lake View are different attractions around the lake.

Boating in Kodaikanal Lake: To go into the Berijam Lake consent must be acquired from the Forest Department. Generally they give authorization around 8 a.m. consistently with the exception of Tuesdays. They offer consent to around 80 to 100 vehicles for every day and gather a passage expense of around Rs.150 relying on the vehicle.

Kodaikanal Solar Observatory

The Kodaikanal Terrestrial Telescope can see an excellent scene including Sothupparai Dam, Vaigai Dam, Periyakulam and Varaha waterway. There is a stargazing gallery and sky seeing is offered. 

Pillar Rocks

8 kilometers from the transport stand, are three mammoth shake columns which stand 122 meters high. Managed by the Tamil Nadu Forest Department. There is a great open garden nearby the perspective.



Guna caves

There are numerous bats hanging in loads between the three massive stones that are the Pillar Rocks. These perilous caves are closed now in order to ensure the safety of the sightseers, and sightseers can see areas of the buckle framework from afar. 

AND LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST, FOR THE FOOOODIES…B

Some of the best places to eat

  • Altaf’s Cafe
  • Pastry Corner
  • Hotel Astoria
  • Hilltop Towers
  • Royal Tibet

Shivani Vispute
Shivani Vispute
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