GRT nature trails

Kodaikanal ,Tamilnadu

The GRT Nature Trails Kodaikanal hotel is a scenic 20 minute drive from the main Kodaikanal bus stand. Inspired by the British style of wooden architecture, the resort overlooks the valley

Facilities : Rock cabin ,Timber chalet

Price Range : Rs. 2700 - Rs. 7000

The Palani Temple

Dedicated to lord Subramanian, the Palani Temple is one the most famous in South India and is located just 65 kilometres away from Kodaikanal. You'll need to climb 659 steps to get to the temple.

Bear Shola Falls

Situated around 3 km away from the Kodaikanal Bus Stand, Bear Shola Falls is a seasonal waterfall that comes to its full size during the monsoons. It lies at a distance of just 2 km from the star attraction of the hill station- Kodaikanal Lake.

Coaker’s Walk

It was named after Lt. Coaker who prepared the city map of Kodaikanal. This lovely walkway set near a lake offers picture perfect views of the valley

Bryant Park

Located on Kodaikanal Lake's eastern side, Bryant Park is one of the most colourful attractions of Kodaikanal. Sprawling in an expanse of 20.5 acres, this park was established by H. D. Bryant (a forest officer from Madurai) in the year 1908. Boasting of over 325 species of trees, cactuses and shrubs, this park appears like a gorgeous rainbow when all its flowers bloom. Pillar Rocks. These constitute three massive granite boulders standing together, each 400-feet tall.

Kodaikanal Lake

Also known as Kodai Lake ,is a manmade lake located in the Kodaikanal city . Sir Vere Henry Levinge, the then Collector of Madurai, was instrumental in creating the lake in 1863, amidst the Kodaikanal town which was developed by the British and early missionaries from USA. The lake is said to be Kodaikanal's most popular geographic landmark and tourist attraction.