Honeymooners, Kodaikkana beckons you! Hailed as the "The Princess of Hill Stations", Kodaikanal is
by far the most sought-after destination by honeymooners. The hill town in the South Indian state of
Tamil Nadu attracts millions of people every year. Its mesmerising scenic beauty leaves fond
memories in the minds of visitors.
The meaning of the word Kodaikanal is "gift of the forest" and true to its name it creates landscapes
with dense forests featuring a wide variety of trees, huge rocks, and enchanting waterfalls.
Kodaikanal is a blessed place because it is located just 65 kilometres away from the Palani Temple in
the same Western Ghats mountain range.
Kodaikanal offers something for all kinds of travellers. Those travellers that want to get the best out
of the enchanting natural surroundings can involve in various activities such as boating, horse riding,
cycling, and trekking. Kodai, as it is lovingly called, is ideal for family vacations, adventure tourism,
and romantic getaways as well.
Kodai Lake in the heart of Kodaikanal - the star-shaped, man-made lake - is spread over 60 acres of
area. The Suicide Point provides a magnificent view of the valley below. It takes a walk through the
misty woodlands to reach this popular spot. A visit to Kodai included in most of our South India tour
While the nearest airport is 120 kilometres away at the temple town of Madurai, the nearest railway
station Kodai Road is about 80 kilometres away from the town.