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Pambar Falls

Pambar Falls Pambar falls is popularly called Grand Cascade. The water overflows southwards forming the Fairy Falls which continues to join the Vaigai River forming the Pambar Falls. Peoples can bath in falls.

Berijam Lake

Berijam Lake Berijam Lake is a reservoir near Kodaikanal town in Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu, South India. It is at the old site of Fort Hamilton, in the upper Palani hills. The lake, created by a dam with sluice outlets, is part of a micro–watershed development project. Periyakulam town, 18.7 kilometres 11.6 mi to the SE, gets its public drinking water from the lake. The lakes water quality is excellent.

There was originally a swamp here known as the Berijam swamp. The previous existence here of a large lake, evidence of which was visible nearby, was first recorded in 1864 by Colonel Douglas Hamilton of the 21st Regiment of the Madras Native Infantry. No written record or even local legend regarding the existence of this ancient lake survives. However, judging from visible traces of its shoreline which still remained in 1906, it must have been nearly 5 mi 8.0 km long, up to 3,960 ft 1,210 m wide and up to 70 ft 21 m deep. It was apparently formed by the side of a hill slipping down into a valley which slopes northwards, and damming up the stream which ran to the Amaravati River at the bottom of it. This stream apparently eventually cut its way through the huge natural embankment so formed, and thus emptied the lake this landslide or dam had once created. The dam was about 600 ft 180 m long and the breach in it was about 300 ft (91 m)across and 90 ft 27 m deep.

Enter Fee
100 per one

Bryant Park

Bryant Park Bryant Park just east of the lake and 500 metres (1,600 ft) from the bus stand, is a wonderfully maintained 20.5 acres (8.3 ha) botanical garden. The park was planned and built in 1908 by a forest officer from Madurai, H.D.Bryant, and named after him. With 325 species of trees, shrubs and cacti, the park is a rainbow of stunning flowers during the peak season. A large section is dedicated to nearly 740 varieties of roses. There is an 1857 Eucalyptus tree and a Bodhi tree which adds a religious significance to the park. Ornamental plants are cultivated in a nursery for sale. The park organizes horticultural exhibits and flower shows every summer, to coincide with the peak season. The entrance fee to the park is nominal, and it is open all year.

Entry Fee
5 per person

Chettiyar Park

Chettiyar Park Chettiar park is a nice park managed by the township which is 3 kms from Kodaikanal Bus Station .The purple bloom of the Kurinji Flowers can be seen in every twelve years in chettiyar park which last bloomed in 2004. Chettiar park is in nice atmosphere for resting where we can see flowering plants, green lawns and more.

Honeymoon Package Kodaikanal

Honeymoon Special Package

Kodaikanal is the best place for spending the most romantic days in your life. The misty,chilled atmosphere makes your mind more romantic

Corporate Package Kodaikanal

Corperate Package

Echo friendly atmosphere and Business class facilities makes Kodaikanal a corporate destination.

Family Package Kodaikanal

Family Package

The Greenish atmosphere and the wonderful beauty of the nature make Kodaikanal the perfect place to get together with your family...

Students Package Kodaikanal

Students Package

There's no better way to wind up the campus life with sing a song session and party games around a Campfire in Kodaikanal

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