Best Places in Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal Lake

Kodaikanal Lake is shortly known as Kodai Lake. In the 1860’s Madurai Collector Henry Levinge initiated the process of developing the Kodaikanal Lake. The Kodai lake is 60 acres and around 6KM and, it is star-shaped. Boating is available from 8 AM to 6 PM in the lake on a timely basis. Horse rides, Balloon shooting games and cycling are available around Kodaikanal lake

Pillar Rocks

The three gigantic Pillar-Shaped Rocks in Kodaikanal attract 95% of the tourists who visits Kodaikanal. Chambers between the 2 Shoulder to Shoulder Pillars are best known as Devils Kitchen(Now Guna Caves). It is not only a tourist place which attracts tourists, but also it’ll seduce nature lovers. The small park is ready there to see the enchanting view of the Pillar Rocks. Additionally, The plot has miniature and beautiful flowers planted to attract tourists.

Guna Caves

It is a beautiful sightseeing place in Kodaikanal, which is famous for its 3 Pillar-type Rocks. Guna caves were earlier known as Devils Kitchen. It is a thrilling cave where 15+ adults lost their lives trying to get inside the cave. Currently, the cave is closed for safety reasons. However, we can enjoy the view from afar. Do you know the history of Guna Caves

Pine Forest

H.D Bryant from Madurai started the development in 1908, of the Pine Forest plantation. He planted the Pine Tree all over the Kodaikanal. Especially from the Solar Observatory plant to Pillar Rock. Thus the result of Pine Forest Kodaikanal. After him, the next-gen officers took care of the trees to grow. And from time to time, the place is changed as one of the main tourist places in Kodaikanal