In the morning, set out on a sightseeing tour.Begin with a visit to Pillar Rocks – a set of 3 giant 400-feet tall rocks. One of the most popular tourist spots in the region. A sight of these fascinating structures will make you wonder if they are natural or carved.
Thereafter, move to Coaker’s Walk, a 1-km long pedestrian path, which runs along steep slopes. While walking here, capture spectacular views of the surroundings.
Post admiring the beauty of the lush landscape, transfer to Green Valley View. Formerly called Suicide Point, this place offers bird’s-eye view of the underlying valley, from an altitude of around 5000 feet.
After clicking a few pictures here, head to Kurinji Andavar Temple, a revered shrine dedicated to Lord Murugan. This holy place is associated with Neelakurinji flowers that blossom at hillsides, once every 12 years.
Later, move to Shenbaganur Museum, to get an insight into the heritage of Kodaikanal. Among the biggest attractions of this museum is the impressive orchidarium, which houses over 300 diverse orchid species.
Then, proceed to Silver Cascade Falls – an approximately 180-feet tall waterfall. Milky water, cascading in a narrow stream is truly a sight to behold.
Your sightseeing excursion is incomplete without a visit to the famous Kodaikanal Lake. This serene man-made waterbody built in 1863, now gives tourists opportunities for horse riding, boating and fishing.After this enthralling sightseeing tour, return to the hotel and enjoy a good night’s sleep.