Madurai to Kodaikanal Tour Package-4D3N
Kodaikanal is a beautiful and picturesque hill station placed in the Palani hills in the Western Ghats. The town also has been christened as the Princess of hill stations due to its scenic beauty and popularity.There are several tourist sites in and around Kodaikanal such as the Coaker’s Walk, Bear Shola Falls, Bryant’s Park, the Kodaikanal Lake, the Green Valley View, the Shembaganur Museum of Natural History, the Kodaikanal Science Observatory, the Pillar Rocks, the Guna caves, the Silver Cascade, the Dolphin’s Nose, the Kurinji Andavar Murugan temple and the Berijam Lake.
Madurai to Kodaikanal Tour Package-4D3N, starting from 17000/-. Destination Include Kodaikanal and Madurai. Madurai to Kodaikanal Tour Package includes 3-star accommodations, Breakfast, Sightseeing.
Itinerary for Madurai to Kodaikanal Tour Package-4D3N
Day 1 –Madurai to Kodaikanal Traveling to Kodaikanal
Day 2- Kodaikanal sightseeing
Day 3- Kodaikanal sightseeing
Bear Shola Falls
Day 4- Kodaikanal to Madurai Drop up at Madurai
Locations/Destinations in Madurai to Kodaikanal Tour Package
Kodaikanal known as the Princess of Hill stations is one of the most popular hill stations in Tamilnadu.Home to fabulous lakes, parks and stunning waterfalls of varying heights Kodaikanal is a tourist destination which attracts all age groups.Kodaikanal a home to many natural marvels including the blooming of the rare Kurinji Flower blooming once in 12 years.The Kurinji flower is in full bloom usually around December once in 12 years and is said to cover the entire valley in blue. The last full bloom was in 2006and next one is expected in 2018.Kodai Lake is a vast expanse of water and one can indulge in several activities in and around the lake (boating, cycling, horse riding to name a few ).
Madurai, a temple town is surrounded by three hills(Yanaimalai, Nagamalai, Pasumalai named after Elephant, Snake, and Cow respectively).It is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world.Madurai city lies on the banks of the river Vagai, the river that brings water when one touches it.Madurai is an ever-bustling city and day or night the city is awake and active. The most famous of the temples of Madurai is the Meenakshi temple with its thousand pillars corridor.The city is divided into a number of concentric quadrangular streets around the temple.Madurai is also famous for its jasmine plantations the "Madurai Malli", traded at the Madurai morning flower market.Madurai was once famous for the jalikattu festival, a taming of bulls where man and bull showing off their strength against each other ( This event has been banned over the last few years).
Tourist Spots in Madurai to Kodaikanal Tour Package
The Pillar Rocks, which are located at a distance of 8 km from the lake tower famous attractions. Here tourists can see three granite boulders that are standing vertically shoulder to shoulder.The heights of each of the rocks are around 400 feet from the ground. These pillars are known for offering a bird's eye view of the surrounding beautiful vistas. Moreover, the chambers that are the two pillars are known as Devil's KitchenThis naturally formed a 400-foot-high vertical column of three rocks looks like a set of man-made pillars. The location is a must-see for all nature lovers.
Coaker’s Walk is a charmingly beautiful walkway that was named after Lt. Coaker. He had been responsible in the preparation of the city map of Kodaikanal.This lovely walkway is set near a lake and offers picture-perfect views of the valley. The walkway would lead visitors to the Telescope House near the gate. Here visitors can witness a lovely close-up of the Kodaikanal Valley and the nearby township.The best time to visit Coaker's Walk is before 2 PM in the afternoon, for as the day nears dusk, the valley covers itself in a veil of beautiful mist hampering distant view.
This Kodai lake is a star-shaped and located amidst the calmest and serene environment.This lake is a natural surrounding and home to various birds. The 5-kilometer long path that is near the shores of the lake is a hot spot for tourist to come for a casual walk and enjoy the beauty of Nature.Furthermore, tourists can experience during winter time the wonder of boating in the evening when the fog has settled on the lake.
Bear Shola Falls:
Situated at an insignificant separation of 2 kilometers from the Kodaikanal Lake, the Bear Shola Falls is a well-known vacationer spot in the locale. This course is an occasional fascination which springs up to its fullest amid the rainstorm when the dilute streams from the ridge advancing through the verdant greenery of the district. A fascinating legend behind the one of a kind name of this place is that it was a most loved frequent of a bear who used to visit this water body to drink water, henceforth granting it the name Bear Shola Falls. The calm and quiet climate of this goal is a genuine safe house for the individuals who need to escape from solid timberland parks. A visit to this region will bring one very close to numerous normal and uncommon types of creatures and plants.
The Bryant Park is a horticultural garden that was set up by the British. The park holds neatly labeled trees and rose beds. The park has a soothing quality of vegetation which includes short shrubs, cactuses, and trees.At Bryant Park, a botanical garden is situated on the eastern side of 'The Lake'. The park was initially conceived and landscaped in 1980 by a British Army Officer, Glenn Bryant.At the botanical garden, every year in the month of May, an annual flower and vegetable show is organized. The park stands as one of the most visited attractions during the summer months. The garden also houses a glasshouse, which comprises a wide assortment of flowers, ferns, and other ornamental plants.