Trip To Kodaikanal

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The “Princess of hill stations”, “gift of God” and numerous other names simply fail to define the divine and priceless beauty that Kodaikanal is blessed with. From the numerous mountains to serene waters, from mystical forests to cascading waterfalls, Kodaikanal is the epitome of all the beautiful places that you can visit in India. And this weekend, our Kodaikanal tour package is all you need for a break and freshen yourself up. So, grab your bags, for an adventure awaits you!




2 Night,  Days


From Mumbai / Pune: ₹000/-

From Hospet: ₹000/-

  • Block your seat at just ₹500/- and pay the rest 10 days before the event date. 
  • We’ve made it easy to change your weekend travel plans up to 10 days before your trip’s departure date. 
  • You can choose new dates and/or a new destination or get a full refund without any penalty for up to 10 days before the trip date.


Brief Itinerary 

Day 1: Let the journey begin! | Arrival at Kodaikanal 

After completing a long journey, we’ll finally reach Kodaikanal at around 7 am. Check in our hotels and go out to explore the nearby areas. Today we will visit the wonders of Kodaikanal which includes Bryant part, Vattakanal Falls, Pillar rock viewpoint, and then head on to the Guna caves. Finally, we’ll visit the Green Valley viewpoint to see the beautiful sunset. We’ll reach back to the hotel and the night will be for lots of fun games, engaging activities, singing, dance, music, and more. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2: Further exploration of Kodaikanal | Departure

Post breakfast, we’ll go for a Coaker’s walk early in the morning. Next up, we visit Kodai lake. You will get to enjoy a thrilling Kodai lake boating. Further today we will be exploring the Kodaikanal trip by visiting Silver cascade waterfalls, Liril falls, pine forest, and the chocolate factory. Finally, we head for Bengaluru in the evening.


Spare some time and think about setting off for a weekend trip amidst the mystical wooded forests, rugged green mountains, roaring rivers, and cascading waterfalls, a place where clouds fly even lower than birds, and whose serene views are a sight for your sore eyes. Wouldn’t it be amazing? Well, this Kodaikanal trip is here to soothe your taste. Every aspect of this amazing little town in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu is going to leave you dumbstruck and make you regret living in an urban area.

May it be a short weekend trip or a romantic getaway, Kodaikanal is never going to let you down. The “gift of the forest” as the name suggests, Kodaikanal is filled with mesmerizing spots and intriguing sights, and these sights, aura, and the magic blend together to give you an exhilarating experience. So, what’s with the waiting? Pack your stuff, get out and set off for this amazing Kodaikanal trip.

Day 1: Arrival at Kodaikanal | Visit Bryant park, Vattakanal falls, Guna caves, Green Valley viewpoint 

Hey Amigos! Welcome aboard! Finally, we got to meet after these long hours from Bengaluru and now we couldn’t wait to have our perfect little weekend together! It’s finally the day when we get to start the Kodaikanal trip which you have been craving since the day you saw all those flavoury blogs and amazing pictures. We know we can’t either. As we arrive today early in the morning, we exchange warm hugs and greetings and then check in at our hotels. We know you’ve been starving so we have the most scrumptious breakfast waiting to serve you before we head off.

The thing that is exceptionally charming here is the serene vibes of Kodaikanal. Away from all the hustle and bustle of the cities, a place where you can set your mind free and wander off without having to worry about anything. As long as you’re here, Kodaikanal is going to make sure that you’ll only think about it and nothing else.

As the day grows, we set on our journey and explore what the Kodaikanal trip has to offer. First on the list is Bryant Park. Ah, what a beauty! This park, only 20 acres in size, is one of those elements that add to the already beaming elegance of this place. Situated on the east side of Kodai lake, the Bryant part is bejeweled with tons of flowering species and shrubs. The park has an exotic collection of roses, perfect for your camera frame, as well as a greenhouse that hosts different collections of plants. Walking through this greenhouse will make you feel like exploring different sections of the world in a single place.

As we head out of the park we will make a stop to grab our delicious lunch. Post-launch, we stroll towards Vattakanal falls. As we walk towards Dolphin’s nose, you’re bound to be attracted to the heavy noise of the Vattakanal. It is a beautiful waterfall in Kodaikanal and is known for its biodiversity. Once you see this stunning piece of nature, your hands will automatically grab your mobile and start clicking pictures. Vattakanal falls provides a mesmerizing view with evergreen forests on both sides and panoramic vistas that are indeed elegant. Yes, it also serves for your perfect weekend picture background too!

As the sun moves, we move too. Next up in this Kodaikanal trip, we have Pillar rocks viewpoint. A stunning tourist destination that not only is enthralling but also offers an enthralling view of the surroundings. The glory of this place cannot be defined with words even when you see it. Maybe they are just three rock formations standing 400 feet erect over the plains of Kodaikanal, but once you get to see it, your whole notions about this place are going to change.

After taking all those lovely pictures, we head towards Guna caves for the next spot in our Kodaikanal tour package. Strangely, this place is also known as devil’s kitchen, spooky right, well the place itself is. These caves are located far away from proper towns and into the dense forests with occasional appearances of mystical fog and the dense collection of pine roots that fill the path. Going through the caves is itself thrilling and is an adventure you’re surely going to remember.

After a terrific ride through the caves, we are going to visit Green valley viewpoint, another viewpoint that serves you the serene vibes that Kodaikanal is plenty of. The sights here are worth watching that ranges from clouds playing hide and seek with the mountains to the never-ending horizon that seems to shade the mountains with different hues. While strolling through this area, you will find stalls selling delicious homemade chocolates, stylish pendants, and many more.

As the sun sets in, we go to our hotel. Wait, the fun isn’t ending here for today. We have arranged engaging activities just for you! After having a mouth-watery dinner, we will dance, sing and play lots of games while also knowing each other as it goes and finally as the night approaches, we retire to our beds, eagerly waiting for another amazing day of our Kodaikanal trip.

Day 2: Enjoy Kodai lake boating | Visit and witness Kodaikanal pine forest, Liril falls, Chocolate factory | Departure

Good Morning folks! We had a great day yesterday and now we’re ready to make today even better(shhh it’s Hikerwolf’s secret). You’ll wake up to a delightful breakfast in the morning and then we will skedaddle for today’s Kodaikanal trip.

We start our day with a healthy and refreshing Coaker’s walk. A 1km stretch of paved path along the valley built in the 70s is a jogging track for tourists in the morning, but it has some nice things to offer too.  The walk gives you enchanting views of the valleys beyond as well as the Pamber river. Just a picture-perfect destination to soothe your mind. Don’t forget to try out the stalls that sell Bhel and sliced mangoes with masalas. Yum!

Today’s Kodaikanal trip specialty is the Kodai lake boating. Yes, it’s BOATING TIME! Put your life jackets on as we head on to enjoy the Kodai lake. Experience heaven in this star-shaped lake at the heart of Kodaikanal and surrounded by the magnificent, lush green Palani hills. Click pictures on the boat, splash waters, and have lots of fun. There are also tons of things to do around this lake and that includes horse-riding around shores as well as spending quality time admiring the divine natural architecture while basking under the warm sun and witnessing the chilly winds abundant in this region.

Next, we head on to Silver cascade falls. What could be better than a white stream of water gushing down a 120 feet height and keeping the whole region in an epic loud vibe? So is the Silver cascade. This waterfall originates from the overflow of Kodai lake and is popular among tourists mostly because of the rugged terrain and scenic architecture. After having loads of fun here, we’ll head for a wholesome lunch.

Post lunch, we head for the Kodaikanal pine forest. An eerily mystical forest that is popular for its dramatically huge pine trees and enchanting “into the woods” vibe. You can also opt for horse-riding here or just walk around and explore the magic. Next up in today’s Kodaikanal trip is Pambar falls. This is also known as Liril falls, a grand cascade, but whatever you call it, it never fails to offer picture-worthy views. The water that gushes down forms an illusion of falling through a series of coherent steps. It will be a great exercise for you as you climb up the steep path to view the falls in their full glory.

Finally, we set off for our last spot on this Kodaikanal trip, the chocolate factory. It reminds us of Willy Wonka from Charlie and the Chocolate factory, right? But unlike it, we don’t have competition set up, everyone will get equal opportunity to explore our childhood wonderland.  This factory is famous for the homemade chocolates that are ridiculously delicious and savory and will make you relive your golden days.

This marks the end of our wonderful Kodaikanal trip and now it’s time for us to return to our daily lives. It has been a wonderful journey and the friends that we made will remain with us for life. As we board you on the bus to Bengaluru with varied emotions of parting, we hope that we’ll meet again sometime in the future. Until then, Vive la Vida Loca!


  • Accommodation 
  • 1 Breakfast
  • Internal Transfer
  • Parking & Toll Charges Driver Allowance 
  • Inter-state Entry Tax
  • Pickup & Drop (Bengaluru to Bengaluru)
  • HikerWolf Expertise
  • Basic First aid
  • Kodaikanal Chocolate Factory Tour


  •  Meals not mentioned in the inclusion
  • Anything else not mentioned in the Inclusion

Things to carry

  • Most Important your ID proof
  • Cap/Hats
  • Sunscreen, moisturizer
  • Glares Kodaikanal Itinerary
  • 3 Pair of clothes (Because of the waterfall )
  • 1-2 pair for water sports (preferably Nylon)
  • Extra Towel
  • Casual shoes and flip-flops
  • Sanitary Kit
  • An extra bag to keep your wet clothes 
  • Camera
  • Mosquito repellent 
  • Face mask
  • Sanitizer
  • Personal medicines (if any)
  • An extra bag to keep your wet clothes

Note: Do not carry any valuables. Please take care of it in case you are carrying the same. We will not be responsible if you lose them by any chance.


Yes, of course, you can. There are a lot of travelers who like to opt-in solo for our trips. The Kodaikanal trip is planned in such a way that you will get to enjoy the whole tour, enjoy each other’s company, and go home after making many new friends.

Yes, of course! The majority of the trippers joining Hikerwolf are girls, so there are high chances that you’ll not be the only girl on the trip. Moreover, a majority of our trip leaders are girls, therefore, the safety of girls is of paramount importance to us. We can assure you that you will be safe with our team and have an amazing adventure on the trip.

Our Hikerwolf Kodaikanal trip usually has a group size of 15-30. We tend to keep this number of members so that you can have lots of fun and we can provide better care for individuals.

On the Kodaikanal trip, you will be accompanied by our travel coordinators. All our events are led and hosted by professional travel coordinators who have good experiences in managing groups and conducting various team-building games and activities.

This type of team-building game and activities helps like-minded travelers to mix up, make new friends and enjoy every moment of the Kodaikanal trip.

Generally, accommodation is provided on a triple sharing basis. If there is an odd number of people, then there can be quad sharing. If there is a couple, we can give them a separate room (If you’re a couple, inform us once you have booked). There will be extra charges for dual sharing options.

Yes, the Kodaikanal trip is limited to people up to the age of 35 years. Travelers need to be within the age limit on the date of the trip departure to be eligible to join. We strictly follow this age criterion, and can not make any exceptions.

We feel that a narrow age group leads to better experiences for our travelers when they visit a destination and the whole trip experience is more fun since people are on the same wavelength. Plus, it is always great when people make friends and keep in touch later.

The following are the inclusions in our Kodaikanal tour package:

  • Accommodation
  • 1 Breakfast
  • Internal Transfer
  • Parking & Toll Charges
  • Driver Allowance
  • Inter-state Entry Tax, if applicable.7/
  • Pickup & Drop (Bengaluru to Bengaluru)
  • HikerWolf Expertise
  • Basic First aid
  • Kodaikanal Chocolate Factory Tour and one of the best Chocolate in India.

The following are the exclusions in our Kodaikanal tour package:

  • Heating System
  • Any personal expenses
  • Rides and any other adventure activity
  • Insurance
  • Mineral water
  • Other items not mentioned in Inclusions.
  • Meals not mentioned above

Yes, Our Kodaikanal tour package has 1 Breakfast included. Kodaikanal is one of those places where food is not restricted to just one kind of staple food but has a blend of different cultures of the world and We don’t want to restrict your taste buds, rather we want you to explore the variety of food there.

Yes, there are plenty of ATM facilities available at Kodaikanal including popular banks like SBI, HDFC as well as IDBI. Besides, most of the hotels and diners accept payment via cards. But it is advisable to carry a small amount of cash with you on the Kodaikanal trip.

Here is the list of things to carry Kodaikanal trip:

  • Most Important *your ID proof**
  • Cap/Hats
  • Sunscreen, moisturizer
  • Glares
  • 3 Pair of clothes (Because of the waterfall)
  • 1-2 pair for water sports (preferably Nylon)
  • Extra Towel
  • Casual shoes and flip-flops
  • Sanitary Kit
  • An extra bag to keep your wet clothes
  • Camera
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Face mask
  •  Sanitizer
  •  personal Medicine
  • Avoid any type of jewelry

Yes, the Kodaikanal trip can be personalized if you have a group of 14 plus people. We will be glad to hear your ideas about the trip and make it fun. .If your ideas are feasible, we will apply them.

After selecting the Kodaikanal trip, click the Book now button, select the dates and make your payment. You will get an auto-generated receipt on the email submitted by you. You can also contact us if you have any difficulty, we will guide you through the booking process.

To make the Kodaikanal trip more comfortable for you, we will be using tempo travel as ground transport.

Yes, the boat ride at Kodai lake is included in our Kodaikanal tour package. The boat ride offers a gleaming view of the lake waters against the backdrop of the lush green Pilani hills is a sight worth every penny. The whole view is magical and boating is a must-do activity around this lake. It will be an exciting as well as thrill-stuffed adventure on this beautiful star-shaped lake. 

Yes, campfire jams, Dance, Music, and lots of Masti are our specialties. We will have an amazing time sharing stories and relaxing around the bonfire on our Kodaikanal Trip.

The south is renowned for its cafes and culinary, therefore you are bound to get a taste of both VEG as well as NON-VEG on the Kodaikanal trip. The area is filled with various cuisines that particularly serve a plethora of foods that you can try and find your favorite. 

Yes, drinking alcohol is allowed but only during the night. We intensively prohibit day drinking. Smokers can smoke but they have to make sure that they are not making others uncomfortable.

Following are the highlights of the HikerWolf Kodaikanal trip:

  • We get to enjoy the calm and soothing atmosphere of this place surrounded by hills and mystical forests.
  • Take a visit to the parks full of flowering plants, shrubs, and gardens that are pleasant to watch and stroll on.
  • Enjoy the captivating waterfalls that gush down from an enormous height and spray out cold water in the surrounding. 
  • Enjoy camping under the beautiful night sky warmed up by the campfire, dance to the music, play fun games, and have out-of-the-world conversations with like-minded people. 
  • We will visit some popular viewpoints like Pillar rocks view-point, green valley view-point that offers a splendid view of the surrounding as well as the town of Kodaikanal.
  • We will have some thrilling adventures at the caves that are abundant here like the eerie Guna caves amidst an overgrowth of pine trees and thick fog.
  • Spend an amazing night with us that are full of fun, adventure, and a plethora of activities like singing, dancing, etc.
  • Go for Kodai lake boating and delve into the amazingly charming atmosphere found nowhere else. You also get to watch the Palani hills that happen to surround this place.
  •  You also get to go for a refreshing Coaker’s walk on this Kodaikanal trip and witness the enchanting views that it has to offer.
  • We are also going for a tour at a local chocolate factory that is bound to bring out the child in you. You also get to take home some delightful chocolates.

If you wish to travel via train, there are a few trains that leave from Bangalore Cant. and head for Kodai stations such as Nagercoil Mumbai Central Express, and Tuticorin Express. The train service is considered to be the cheapest form of transport. 

You can also travel to this region via car, taxi or bus which will take around 7 hours and 25 minutes to reach the destination. If you choose to travel via road then you get to enjoy the amazing scenic beauty of the total 462 km distance between Bangalore and Kodaikanal.

On our Kodaikanal trip, we provide Pickup and drop facilities from Bangalore. We will pick you up from the railway station or the mentioned airport and set off for Kodaikanal.

It takes about 7 and half hours to reach Kodaikanal from Bengaluru via road and by train, it takes less than 9 hours to reach Kodaikanal. The road from Bengaluru to Kodaikanal is filled with great views of majestic mountains, numerous beautiful valleys as well as diverse floras that are fascinating. Also, we will be playing lots of games, singing, and dancing during the journey. We can assure you that you’ll never get bored during the journey.

The best time to visit Kodaikanal is during the Summer season, from April to June. The temperature ranges between 20 to 30 degrees and the pleasant breeze that is dominant during this period are particularly pleasant and refreshing, perfect for a little sightseeing and trekking. Early summers are perfect to visit because of the beautiful way the place blooms and during the monsoon season, this place becomes picturesque.

Kodaikanal can also be visited from October to  January, i.e., during the winter to the early summer season. During this time, the weather is pleasant and chilly enough to stroll around this beautiful town.

At our Kodaikanal trip, we will provide accommodations based on a triple sharing basis at the hotels in Kodaikanal. The rooms that we will make available to you will be clean from tip to toe, well equipped, and will have clean mattresses as well as blankets and cushions with clean toilets. 

The mobile connection is great at Kodaikanal. You will be able to make and receive calls as well as surf through the internet at decent speeds. However, you may face network disturbances once you go sightseeing on the outskirts of Kodaikanal.

Kodaikanal, in Tamil Nadu, is a magnificent hill town nestled in the western ghats that is full of wonders. It’s set in an area of granite cliffs, forested valleys, lakes, waterfalls, and grassy hills and is sure as hell stunning. There are a lot of places to visit in this wonderland and our Kodaikanal trip covers some of them too. Some of them are:

  • Bryant Park

This is a lovely piece of land close to the Kodai lake that is full of flowering plants, shrubs, and other flora. People often come here to relax or walk in the park and enjoy the liveliness and joy that seems to be everywhere around here. You can go boating in the artificial lake over here or cycle on the paths.

  • Pillar rocks view-point

This is a famous viewpoint in Kodaikanal that provides a stunning view of the surroundings and the town as well. It has a miraculous architecture, formed out of three pillar-shaped rocks that stand as high as 200 ft.

  • Vattakanal falls

The sight of the white waters and the sound of the gushing water is surely a bliss for trippers and the Vattakanal falls never fails to charm its critics. Surrounded by dense green forests on both sides, the falls provide an amazing picturesque view and a rejuvenating atmosphere.

  • Green valley view-point

It’s another of the many viewpoints that you can find here but it does provide a praiseworthy view of the town and the lush green mountains nearby. You can also find some amazing collections of chocolate, hand-made earrings, gifts for belongings, ladies jewelry like stylish Pendant in Just 100 Rs!

The most famous lake in Kodaikanal is situated in the heart of this small town, known as Kodai Lake. This artificial lake is a major tourist attraction mainly because of its structure as well as the distinct star shape. Built-in 1863 by Sir Vere Henry Living, it is a huge lake, 60 acres in size, and is a magnet for travelers and locals alike. People also enjoy the amazing boat rides on this lake which is also one of the reasons for the craze. Kodaikanal is famous for a lot of factors including its enchanting views, natural artifacts, viewpoints as well as captivating waterfalls but the Kodai lake seems to cascade its presence with its endless beauty.

History tells us that the Kodaikanal region was occupied by the Paliyar tribe. The earliest specific references to Kodaikanal and the Palani Hills are found in Tamil Sangam literature of the early Common era. They were a nomadic tribe and said to be very eco-conscious. If they uproot one tree, they plant five and only extract a part of honey from the hive.

Kodaikanal is blessed with numerous famous places that are indeed praiseworthy. Waterfalls like Vattakanal falls and Liril falls account for the amazing beauty that this place is full of, while the Guna caves, pine forests, and the star-shaped Kodai lake, and the numerous parks make it worth spending every penny.

Situated in Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is a place famous for its captivating landscapes, lush green mountains, scintillating lakes, and gushing waterfalls. In a nutshell, a perfect place to dedicate your weekend to which is what our Kodaikanal trip is all about. There are many things that you will find wildly alluring including the diverse collection of floras to the stunning views from viewpoints.

Kodaikanal will not only impress you with its spectacular views but also will woo you with its divine delicacies. At Kodaikanal, you get to choose between different varieties of cuisines. From Indian and Tibetian to Chinese and western, every kind of dish is available here that is sure to bring water to your mouth! Homemade chocolates are the specialty of Kodaikanal besides, sandwiches, brownies, cheeses, and drinks like tea are also on that list. There are plenty of local shops where you get to taste the food on the street. “Noodle soups” and momos are very much popular locally. There will also be tons of cafes and restaurants that specialize in different varieties of foods.

Yes, Kodaikanal is a haven for couples who are always seeking a new adventure. You get to spend the whole time admiring the scenic beauties together and witnessing the epic without any fear in your mind. It is advisable to stick with the group at all times as strength lies in numbers. 

Kodaikanal is located at a height of 2008 meters above sea level and has a tropical climate. The average temperature is around 20.8 °C. Kodaikanal also happens to receive a significant amount of rainfall mostly during October while the driest month is January. April is the warmest month with an average of 22.9 °C and December is the chilliest with 18.9 °C as an average. 

Yes, Kodaikanal is a great place to bring your kids along with. They are going to enjoy the vivid scenery of this near replica of heaven. Plus, they are not going to annoy you for they are going to be engaged in the host of fun stuff that this place has to offer. 

  • Kodai lake boating

Kids love to explore new things and the Kodai lake boating experience will be something they will be looking forward to. They would be amazed by the boats as well as the waters of this star-shaped lake. You will get to see the thrill and fun on their faces.

  • Coaker’s walk

Gives your kids a boost in their physical activities with Coaker’s walk in our Kodaikanal trip. This sublime stretch of path covers some amazing views that your kids are going to gaze with wonder. The fog and the scenic mountains are a perfect addition to this experience. 

  • Pine forest

Let your kids unleash their inner monkeys as you explore through this coniferous forest. A huge place full of trees is a good place for your kids to explore nature and know about it hands-on.

Yes, Kodaikanal serves as the perfect destination for a wonderful honeymoon. Filled with enchanting, mystical sites, this place is abundant in peace and serenity giving you a perfect spiritual journey. A morning walk, hand-in-hand, on the Coaker’s walk and then seeking the pleasure of the parks, sitting on the benches and admiring the beauty of this place together is the perfect romantic experience you need. But if you are a thrill-seeking couple, Kodaikanal has that too. From thrilling boat rides to hiking to magnificent viewpoints, witnessing the gushing waterfalls, and exploring the dimly-lit caves, fun adventures are plenty here for you to explore together. Kodaikanal will make sure to tighten the knot that you fastened on that very special day.

The nearest airport to Kodaikanal is Madurai Airport (IXM / VOMD). This airport is located in Madurai and is only 135 Km away from the town. Tourists can easily hop in on a bus or rent a cab to reach Kodaikanal from the airport within a matter of 3 hours.

This small hill town in Tamil Nadu’s Dindigul district is as charming as it can be. Sometimes referred to as “Princess of Hills”, Kodaikanal is stuffed with grace, beauty, and an abundance of wonders. From the divine looks from viewpoints to the gushing waterfalls, from lush green hills to a huge star-shaped lake, Kodaikanal will never fail to surprise you. This place is also renowned for the delicious homemade chocolates and the rosewood and sandalwood crafts available throughout Kodaikanal. You can also look out for pottery items, spices as well as organic items, and wearables that are this place’s specialty.

There are a few important things to note before you hurry and start packing for the Kodaikanal trip. 

  • The region is at a high altitude and therefore has cold weather throughout the year, so it is advisable to carry woolen clothes wherever you visit Kodaikanal. The weather can be chilly on top of the mountains.
  • DO NOT forget to carry a raincoat or an umbrella as this region receives a significant amount of rainfall and the weather can change in a fraction of a second.
  • Carry moisturizers and caps to protect yourself from dry weather and sunlight.

Here some fun facts on Kodaikanal:

  • The Kodaikanal that you see today was built in 1845 by American missionaries to seek shelter from the extreme temperatures as well as tropical diseases of the plains. It was only at the beginning of the 20th century that Indian elites found it charming and started relocating here.
  • The name Kodaikanal consists of two words Kodai and Kanal which translates to “a place to see”.
  • Kodaikanal has an altitude of nearly 2133 meters above sea level and is situated in the southernmost state of Tamil Nadu in India above the southern escarpment of the upper Palani Hills. 
  • Kodaikanal Solar observatory museum is located on the outskirts of the town that provides valuable information about astronomic topics and has a collection of astronomical instruments.
  • The Guna caves were made popular by the Tami movie Guna. It was known as the devil’s kitchen in the past because of three gigantic boulders that are Pillar Rocks.
  • The pillar rocks viewpoint is made of three giant pillar-shaped rocks that hang on to one another and stand 200ft tall, enough to give a stunning view of the surrounding.

Kodaikanal has a story wrapped in it that dates back to BCE and is said to have been inhabited by the indigenous people, the Paliyan tribe, who are known for their eco-friendly approach towards nature. This mesmerizing place first caught the attention of the American missionaries in 1845 who was baffled by the sheer beauty and the atmosphere that makes this place. They started settling to seek shelter from tropical heat and diseases. They made the artificial lake in 1863, known as Kodai lake, the prime attraction of Kodaikanal. It was only in the 20th century that Indians found this place and started settling. These people sang the charms of this enthralling place and made it the Kodaikanal we see today.

Yes, you can rent out a bike at Kodaikanal. You can rent two-wheelers that start from bullets/royal enfields to gearless scooters depending upon your requirements. With the help of a bike, you can easily roam around Kodaikanal and enjoy the beautiful surroundings that Kodaikanal boasts, at your own pace so you can make the most of all these amazing places. Chase down the clouds, vroom through the mystical forests, up the majestic mountains, and witness the mesmerizing sights as they come and go while you enjoy the fresh mountainous air wheezing past you.

Yes, the star-shaped lake in the middle of Kodaikanal, known as Kodai Lake is a man-made lake. The lake is full of grace and pure beauty and is one of the most popular tourist locations in Kodaikanal. It is the main attraction for the tourists who go gaga over the sheer beauty of the lake. You can also go boating in this lake to experience the lake in a better way.

Kodaikanal is situated at a height of 2133 meters above sea level on the upper Palani hills in the Western Ghats, near Madurai, in the southern part of the Indian peninsula. Because of its charm, elegance, and diverse elements, it is often known as “Princess of Hill Stations”.

  Yes, Jain Food will be provided. Please make sure to inform us about your food preference in the WhatsApp group which will be made for coordination 1 or 2 days before the trip.

Kodaikanal is situated at an altitude of 2133m above sea level which adds to the fact that this place is rather cold and comfy throughout the year.

A trip to Kodaikanal is worth it! This region, tucked in the western ghats of Southern India is stuffed with innumerable fascinating arts by nature. From waterfalls and lakes to rocky caves and whooping heights, Kodaikanal is filled with all the wonders that you can think of, making it a perfect destination to switch on your adventure mode. Besides all these thrill and fun, Kodaikanal is also known for its serene views and particularly soothing aura that will instill a sense of peace and will rejuvenate your stressed-out mind. Kodaikanal is also famous for its homemade chocolates and spices.

Kodaikanal is filled with a plethora of items that you can take home as souvenirs or treat yourself to a little Kodaikanal delight as you explore. The shops you stumble upon here will be filled with items that are a sight for sore eyes. You can taste delicious homemade chocolates and delve into the world of organic fruits. Check out the wearables that are equally comfy and outrageously beautiful. The spices are sure to bring water to your mouth. Sandalwoods, rosewood crafts are just the perfect little tokens to take back as memories.

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    positive review  HikerWolf-Alibaug Rock Beach camping I just walked in to the camp site, as it was very beautifully lit and nice music was being played. The hosts were super nice and accommodating. It was situated just next to the beach. The property was very nicely setup to accommodate almost 50 + ppl. They had live music, BBQ , DJ ,movie screening and moreover the hosts were so cool they made sure everyone had fun. This is altogether different experience, you meet new people, enjoy all this activities together.

    Abhishek Mohta Avatar Abhishek Mohta
    March 16, 2021

    positive review  It was an amazing experience... they did a great job.... they made the place so lively and so happening...just loved it... I really enjoyed revdanda beach camping... specially the bonfire with acoustic songs... 😍😍❤❤

    Anas Shabbir Avatar Anas Shabbir
    February 11, 2020

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