This park is located on Kodaikanal Lake’s eastern side, it is one of the most colourful charms of Kodaikanal. Spread in an expanse of 20.5 acres. Boasting of over 325 species of trees, cactuses and shrubs, this park gives the impression like a gorgeous rainbow when all its flowers bloom.
This beautiful big artificial lake is located in the upper regions of palani hills. Drinking water for Periyakulam is supplied from this lake. This is about 21 kms from Kodaikanal lake.
Located in north east corner of the town.Little pretty park is on the way to Kurinji Andavar Temple.
This breath-taking view of the plains will definitely give fresh thoughts to your mind. Enjoy one kilometer walk from the lake, which runs a long steep, emerald green wooded slope, derived from the name of Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodai.
This place is over 1,000 feet above sea level. The tip of the peak resembles a dolphin’s nose, hence the name Dolphin’s Nose, an enormous rock formation is entirely unique.
This beautiful lake was created by retired Collector of Madurai in 1863. It is 5 Kms long, skirted by 24 hectare. The star-shape of lake, which glitters like a jewel.
Associated with flower (Kurinji) which blossoms on hill sides once in 12 years. And Andavar means God. Lord Muruga is worshipped here, 3 kms from the lake. From this you can view Palani and Vaigai Dam.
This is another big artificial lake in the upper regions of palani hills. It is a fine picnic spot offering beautiful scenery. It is 21 Kms from the Kodaikanal lake, Periyakulam town gets drinking water from the lake.It was first discovered and reclaimed in 1864 by Colonel Hamilton of the British Army. The Sheer beauty of the lake made it yet another tourist spot in kodaikanal.
This deep, dense and dangerous, valley is about 5.5 kms located near Golf Club, which gives stunning view of whole Vaigai dam. Please be very careful while watching.
Also known as a Rat tail falls, one of the highfest fall in in India, with 975 feet drop.