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Top Attractions


Silver Cascade Falls:

Situated on the Madurai-Kodaikanal Road, this is one of the first sights that greet visitors entering the area. The excess water from the Kodai Lake comes down as a waterfall from about 8 km from Kodaikanal. The Silver Cascade Falls are almost 180 feet high and the foaming water coming down through a mound of rocks looks very pleasant. The clear waters of the fall gives a refreshing bath. The place is a pit stop for tourists and vehicles as there are a number of shops selling fruits and forest products.


Dolphin’s Nose:

Dolphin’s Nose is a scenic spot situated about 8 km from Kodaikanal bus stand. The site is renowned for its bird’s eye view of the plains and villages close to Kodaikanal. Tourists can reach Dolphin’s Nose by crossing Pambar Bridge.


Kodai Lake:

Kodai Lake is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. This artificial lake is spread over an area of 60 acres and is shaped like a star among the surrounding greenery. Tourists are sure to have a good time at Kodai Lake due to the several leisure activities here and especially boating. The boat club provides rowing and pedaling boats with variable seating capacities at reduced prices. Cycles as well as horses are available for rent in the lake region.


Kurinji Temple:

Located almost 5 km from the Kodaikanal bus station, the Kurinji Andavar Temple is dedicated to Lord Muruga, who is considered as the Lord of the Hills. The most anticipated event of the locals- the summer festival in the month of May is very famous. Ths temple on the hilltop offers a great view of Palani Hills and Vaigai Dam.


Pillar Rocks:

This tourist spot is comprised of three granite boulders of 400 ft standing shoulder to shoulder. Pillar Rocks is situated about 8 km away from the Lake tower and offers a panoramic view of the entire region. The shadowy woods close to the boulders offers a ideal picnic spot . The chamber in-between the two pillars are known as Devil’s Kitchen.


Devil’s Kitchen:

Devil’s kitchen is a must-see for adventure enthusiasts. It is a deep and hidden ravine in between the Green Valley and Pillar Rocks but actually looks like a small and dark gutter.  It is advised that tourists should seek the help of local guides while visiting Devil’s Kitchen.


Bear Shola Falls:

The Bear Shola Falls is another famous tourist spot in Kodaikanal. The place gets its name from the bears who used to drink water from the falls in the earlier days. This one of the most picturesque picnic spots in Kodaikanal and is just 1.5 km for the Kodai bus stand.


Bryant Park:

This botanical park in Kodaikanal houses diverse species of plants, flowers and hybrids. An annual flower and vegetable show will be held here in May. Bryant Park is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region during the summer months. A glasshouse present within the premises of the park showcases many types of ferns, flowers and ornamental plants.


Bryant Park, seen on the lake's eastern side, is another important botanical park that must not be missed by tourists visiting Kodaikanal as it houses plenty of different varieties of flowers, rafts as well as hybrids. 


Berijam Lake:

Located 23 km away from the local bus stand, Berijam Lake is the most scenic picnic spot in Kodaikanal. Sightings of leopards, bison and many different birds are common in the region. Tourists may also opt for a boat ride on the beautiful lake for a wonderful and refreshing experience. The spot is not open to the general public and can be visited only after obtaining the permission of the District Forest Officer.


Coaker’s Walk:

Tourists interested in taking a morning walk should definitely visit Coaker’s Walk, located about 1 km from the Kodai Lake. The site offers a great view of the plains and the rolling valleys. The place is named in honour of Lt. Coaker who was responsible for preparing the map of the region. The point has a telescopic view house that offers a panoramic view of the plains, valleys and nearby towns.


Green Valley View (Suicide Point):

Green Valley View offers a charming panoramic view of the hills, valleys, plains and the Vaigai Dam. Earlier called Suicide Point, the place is allowed to visit only between 10 am and 3 pm to get a good view since mist covers the entire valley in the morning and in the evening. The deep and dangerous valley below this point is well over 5000 feet drop. Children will also enjoy visiting Green Valley View as there are plenty of monkeys in the region to keep them entertained.


Bison Wells:

Bison Wells is famous for its abundant flora and fauna. Monkeys, birds, elephants, tigers, deer and bison are spotted around Bison Wells. The place gets its name from the large number of bison that come to the natural wells. The spot is perfect for nature lovers, trekkers, birdwatchers and even hikers.


Shenbaganur Museum:

Founded in 1895, this museum is maintained by the Sacred Heart College – Theological Seminary. The building houses several archeological and is also famous for its beautiful garden. The place is located just 5.6 km from the Kodai Lake.


Silent Valley View:

The Silent Valley view is yet another paradise for nature loving tourists offering a soothing view of the valley and places around. Spend some great relaxing moments here in the midst of nature. It is located close to Pillar Rock and can be viewed from the Berijam lake road. Early mornings and late afternoons are the best time to visit the place.