Saturday, 15 March 2014

Kodaikanal - The Gift of the Forest

Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill retreat situated in Palani hills in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is also referred to as the 'Princess of Hill Stations'.

The town is situated on a plateau at a height of 2,195 mts above sea level. A vast expanse of Eucalyptus and Pear trees with shola forests covers the region with mighty rocks and cascading streams. High waterfalls, beautiful gardens and flower beds adorn the place. 

The nearest airports to Kodaikanal are Trichy, Madurai and Coimbatore. From there, the best way to reach Kodaikanal is by road. Taxis are available for hire from these cities to Kodaikanal. You can also travel by tourist coaches. The picturesque town is very well connected to all other major cities of Tamil Nadu also.

Attractions in Kodaikanal:

1) Berijam Lake

2) Kodai Lake

3) Chettiar Park

4) Bryant Park

5) Coakers Walk

6) Kurinjiandavar Temple

7) Green Valley View

8) Silent Valley View

9) Devil's Kitchen

10) Guna Caves

11) Pine Forest

12) Shanthi Valley

13) Silver Cascade

14) Bear Shola Falls

15) Wax Museum

Do in Kodaikanal:

1) Cycling

2) Boating

3) Trekking

4) Horse Riding

5) Balloon Shooting

Buy in Kodaikanal:

1) Cheese

2) Home Made Chocolates

3) Eucalyptus and Herbal Oil

4) Spices

5) Handmade Stoneware Pottery

'Kurinji' flower is the pride of Kodaikanal which blossoms once in 12 years!!!

Kodaikanal offers you with a cool and misty weather throughout. It is a very peaceful hill station away from the crowds of the cities nearby. The trip to Kodaikanal is mostly coupled by vacationeers and honeymooners with Ooty, which is another very popular hill station in Tamil Nadu. 

Kodai is aptly referred by many as the 'Honeymooners' Heaven'. 

Please fill the form below to enquire details/plan your trip.


Pragya Banerjee
MBA (Finance); 7+ years of work experience

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Munnar - Hills of Peace & Tranquility

Munnar is a quiet hill station, away from the hustle & bustle, in the serene state of Kerala. It is located 1,600 mts above sea level and is a beauty in itself. It lies in the Western ghats range of mountains. 

Munnar is filled with the unending expanse of tea plantations and rich flora & fauna. The hill station is situated at the confluence of three rivers - Mudrapuzha, Kundala and Nallathanni. The highest peak of South India is also situated in Munnar, which is Anamudi, at 2,695 mts above sea level. It is also popular as an ideal trekking spot.

Attractions in Munnar:

1) Eravikulam National Park

2) Anamudi Peak

3) Mattupetty Dam

4) Pallivasal

5) Naimakkadu Waterfalls

6) Top Station

7) Tea Museum

8) Floriculture Centre

9) Photo Point

10) Echo Point

11) Kundala Lake 

12) Lakkam Waterfalls

13) Marayoor

14) Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

There are various other places in Munnar to explore.

The nearest railway station to Munnar is Theni (in Tamil Nadu). The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport. However, the best way to go to Munnar is by road, especially by Car, so that you can enjoy the beauty on the way. 

Munnar is South India's largest tea-growing region. While walking here on hills, you often feel like walking above the clouds. It is an awesome and must-visit experience.

There are various things to do in Munnar like paragliding, hiking, trekking, bird watching etc. 

Please fill the form below to enquire details/plan your trip.

Welcome to Munnar.


Pragya Banerjee
MBA (Finance); 7+ years of work experience

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