Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations. The name Kodaikanal refers to the ‘gift of the forests’ which can be witnessed as soon as one lands in the place. This beautiful city is situated 7,000 feet above sea level. The city is also considered as the Princess of Hill Stations which can fairly be understood after one completes their trip to the city.
HEAVENLY PLACES IN KODAIKANAL
There are many places in Kodaikanal which make it one of the most beautiful places in India. Some of the places in the city which make one feel like they have landed in Heaven are as follows-
- Kodaikanal Lake– It is one of the most stunning places to visit in the city and is very near to Coaker’s walk. The lake is situated approximately 2285 meters above sea level and is not nature’s creation. This artificial lake was made by Sir Vere Hentry Levinge in 1863 and is developed in the shape of a star. The lake is surrounded by Palani Hills on all sides and is considered a very unique place because Neelakurunji which is a very rare flower blooms there.
- Pillar Rocks– Pillar Rocks is a very popular spot for couples who are on a honeymoon or for the families to spend their day together. The place is composed of three vertical rocks at a height of 400 feet. The place serves as a great picnic spot and has a mini garden inside it.
- Chettiar Park– Chettiar Park is one of the best places for the admirers of nature and makes one feel like they never want to get up. This soothing and stunning place is located near Kurinji Andavar Temple and the garden is filled with many exquisite flowers and different plant species. If one is lucky they can witness the blooming of the Kurunji flower which happens once in 12 years.
- Fairy Falls- Fairy Falls is one of the places that mesmerize the visitors with its beauty and is located in Pambarpuram. The water which falls from the mountains drenches the plants around and is also famous for swimming.
- Kukkal Caves– The tourists love to visit Kukkal caves which brim with historical significance. The Paliyar tribes who used to wear clothes made of leaf lived here and have certain historical wall paintings.