is an enchanting spot amid the verdant folds of the Pali
hills and is a popular hill station which promises to
mesmerise its visitors. Kodaikanal is truly irresistible
with its wooded slopes, massive rocks, enchanting waterfalls
and a beautiful lake.
Time To Visit
- June, September - October
to Get There
Indian Airlines and Alliance Air flights connect Madurai
to Chennai and Mumbai every alternate day of the week. The
nearest airport is at Madurai, 120 km away.
State buses operate on a daily basis between Kodai and Madurai
(120 km). Regular buses ply twice a day to and from Coimbatore
(262 km) and Chennai (510 km). You will also find buses
to Palani, Dindigul and Kodai Road railway station. KSRTC
(Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) runs a daily
semi-deluxe bus to and from Bangalore, and there are deluxe
minibuses shuttling between Kodai and Ooty during high season.
The bus terminus is in the centre of town, opposite Hotel
Astoria on Woodville Road.
is situated at an altitude of about 2,133 metres and covers
an area of 21.45 sq km. This hill town is known for its
educational institutions that enjoy international repute.
Kodaikanal is famous for the 'Kurinji'-flower which blossoms
once in 12 years. The region's plantain fruit and plum
also tempt you with their freshness and taste.
Rail: Pandyan Express, Pearl City Express and Kanyakumari Express from Chennai and Bangalore-Madurai Express from Bangalore to Kodai Road. The railway station on Kodai Road, is 89 km away from the town, on the Coimbatore-Madurai-Rameswaram circuit. The other railhead is at Palani, on the Madurai-Trichy-Chennai circuit.
experienced Transport Services.
pick you from Airport / Railwaystation.
charges not included.