Christ the King Church is a highly sacred shrine situated near the Coakers Walk in Kodaikanal. The building of this church was built by American Madurai Mission in 1895. Previously known as the Union Church, this Protestant Church from the colonial period has a clear influence of colonial … Read More

The beautiful Gothic structure, Lutheran Church was built in 1932. The adorned Church was adorned with stained glass window while detailed paintings and murals depict the life of Jesus Christ on the Church walls.Â

Flora and Fauna Museum was formed in 1895 and is an educational and tourist location and is also known as Shenbaganur Museum. A variety of specimens of flora and fauna with preserved fossils of various ancient floras can be seen. There is an Orchidarium with over 300 species … Read More

At a distance of 65 km from the Kodaikanal city is Subrahmanya temple and sometimes Palani temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Subramanian that stands as one of the most famous South Indian temples at an altitude of 135 meters. To reach the sanctum sanctorum there are … Read More

Bear Shola Falls, located at a distance of 2 km from the Kodaikanal Lake, is another popular tourist spot within the destination. Owing to the fact that in earlier days bears used to come to this fall for drinking water; thus, the falls has got its name as … Read More

Devil’s Kitchen, a famous tourist attraction, is a dangerous deep hidden ravine located between Pillar Rocks. This kitchen looks like small dark gutters but is a deep fall. Situated between Green Valley View and Pillar Rocks, for visiting this place, tourists can seek the help of localities as … Read More

Silent Valley View, situated at a short distance from Pillar Rocks, can be seen on the Berijam lake road. The best time to make a visit to this valley is during early morning and late afternoon. Since the valley is deep, children visiting this valley have to be … Read More

Kurinji Temple, located at a distance of around 5 km from the bus station, is also known as Kurinji Andavar Temple. Dedicated to Lord Muruga, the God of Hills as per the Tamil literature, tourists visiting this temple can enjoy beautiful view of Vaigai dam and Palani hills.
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Dolphin’s Nose, perched at an altitude of 6,600 ft, is located at a distance of 8 km from the main city of Kodaikanal. The place is one of the major attractions of the destination as it offers bird’s eye view of the beautiful landscape of the hilly region. … Read More

Silver Cascade Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls, is the first attraction that unfolds to tourist, located on the Madurai – Kodaikanal road, on way to Kodaikanal. This waterfall is the result of excess water in the Kodai Lake, which comes down as a fall. Silver Cascade … Read More

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