Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station of South India quietly ensconced amidst the green Palani Hills. Kodaikanal has a breathtaking scenic beauty. Its wooded slopes, enhancing waterfalls, mighty rocks and beautiful lakes can captivate any visitor.
Kodaikanal has an excellent climate and it charm attracts tourists all through the year. Bird watchers love this place, as do the people who enjoy solitude. No doubt, Kodaikanal still has its virgin, pristine charm.
Situated at an altitude of 2,133 m, the fruits and plums of Kodaikanal are famous for its taste and freshness. This town possesses many orchards where fruits like banana, plums and lychees are grown in plenty. The Kurinji-flower, which is better known as the pride of Kodiakanal blooms once in a decade. With the blooming of this flower the mountainous slopes gets magically transformed to a bluish-purplish shade.
Kodaikanal provides ample opportunities for trekkers. Trekkers can choose between the 17 routes that are of different lengths.
Magnificent waterfalls, amazing valleys and picture postcard surroundings Kodaikanal offers you the delight of heaven on earth. The undulating hills slopes of Kodaikanal are infested with conifers and eucalyptus trees. The vibrant wild flowers and the exotic orchid give Kodaikanal a natural paradisiacal atmosphere.
The scenic beauty of Kodiakanal has a subtle ambience – a mental and sensory quietude rarely experienced elsewhere. So come and visit Kodaikanal and tantalize your senses with its scenic beauty. Its vast expanse of greenery is bound to stir all visitors.
Kodaikanal Travel Guide