Kodai City Attraction :
Bear Shola Falls
Kurunji Andavar Temple
Shembaganur Museum of Natural History
La Saleth Church
A scary name for a fascinating place! This cave has an air of mystery to it owing to its deep hidden ravines that seem to appear from nowhere. The cave was first known as Green Valley View, and finally as Devil’s Kitchen. Be careful with your footing here as the terrain is slippery.
Just 25 kilometres from Kodaikanal is Berijam Lake, surrounded by a beautiful verdant forest. The lake stays absolutely pristine and serene all year long and is perfect for a picnic and a daytrip with family and friends.
You can visit Pillar Rocks on a clear day. These constitute three massive granite boulders standing together, each 400-feet tall. Together, they make for an amazing sight. However, the Pillar Rocks area is touristy and as a result, you’ll see many monkeys who will try their level best to steal your food. Beware!
Created in 1863, the unique feature of the manmade Kodai Lake is its star-like shape. The green meadows surrounding its crystal blue waters make for a perfectly beautiful sight. You can enjoy a family picnic on the banks or opt for a thrilling boat ride. The lake has a fully functional boat club and many flower shows are organised on the banks every year. It’s now one of the most visited attractions in Kodaikanal.