Top 10 Tourist Places to Visit in Kodaikanal

It is dedicated to Lord Muruga known as the 'God of hill', located 3 km from the Kodai Lake. It is also associated with the Kurunji Flower which blooms once in 12 years

Kurinji Andavar Temple

It is a human-made lake and a popular spot situated in the centre of Kodaikanal. Visitors enjoy boating and leisurely walks while appreciating the beauty of the surroundings

Kodaikanal Lake

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It is a beautiful botanical garden boasting a diverse collection of flowers, hybrids, and exotic plants. The best time to visit the park is during the annual horticulture show in May

Bryant Park

These pine plantations were put up a century ago and are one of the most sought-after locations by movie makers and favourite among nature lovers and photographers

Pine Forest

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Named after Lt. Coaker, who constructed it in 1872. It offers breathtaking panoramic views of the valleys. Tourists come here to enjoy the sunrise and the sunset

Coakers Walk

The 400-foot towering granite rocks offer mesmerizing views of the mist-covered valleys. There is a garden with a wide variety of flowers at the base of the rock formations

Pillar Rocks

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Located on the Moir Point road 10 km from Kodaikanal. Earlier known as 'Devil’s Kitchen', the place got its name 'Guna' after the 1992 Tamil blockbuster movie Guna was shot here

Guna Cave

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It is a majestic cascading waterfall with a height of over 180 feet and is situated along the scenic Kodaikanal-Madurai Road, just 8 km from Kodaikanal town

Silver Cascade Falls

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It is a cascading seasonal waterfall that reveals its true beauty during the monsoon months and is a popular destination to enjoy a calm and serene ambience

Bear Shola Falls

The pristine crystal blue waters of Mannavnur Lake and its serene surroundings are an ideal picnic spot. The beautiful is situated on the rolling hills of the Nilgiris

Mannavanur Lake

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