Explore the rolling hills, pine trees lush forests, granite rocks, man-made lakes, and cascading waterfalls of the southern region of India with our well-planned and customized Kodaikanal Holiday Packages. Nestled in the western ghats of the state of Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is the less-explored, most beautiful destination in India among nature lovers and adventure lovers.
Also known as the ‘Princess of Hill Stations, Kodaikanal is a city of mythological legends and serenity with enchanting landscapes and waterfalls. From Summer Festival in the summer season to Pongal and Tea and Tourism Festival in the winter season, we’ve got your vacations all well-organized with our inexpensive Kodaikanal Tour Packages, customized for everyone whether family, friend groups, solo backpackers, or honeymoon couples.
To make your trip more exciting, Kodaikanal is no short of reasons to catch the essence of abundant natural beauty. Need more than the landscapes and water bodies? Then, get ready to celebrate Natyanjali, one of the major festivals in Tamil Nadu which is celebrated to pay homage to the dancing form of Lord Shiva- Nataraja during February and March.
Kodaikanal in Summer- The summer season is considered to be the best time to visit Kodaikanal when the temperature remains between 36 C to 20 C from March to June, making it more convenient to explore numerous major attractions and indulge in adventurous activities like trekking, hiking, camping, etc.
Kodaikanal in Monsoon-- If you love to get drenched in rain, then July to September is the perfect time to visit Kodaikanal, blooming in its green rolling hills covered in a thick mist and a blanket of clouds. The monsoon season is an ideal time for photographers to capture the enchanting natural beauty of the town.
Kodaikanal in Winter-The winter season is a pleasant cold time for Kodaikanal from November till February with a decent during December and January when the temperature remains between 8 C to 30 C. it is also the time when the place celebrates Tea & Tourism Festival.
By Air- The nearest airport is Madurai Airport about 120 km away from Kodaikanal, connected to some major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Chennai. The other closest airports are Trichy (150 km) and Coimbatore Airport (175 km).
By Train-The closest railway station is Kodai Road, about 80 km away from Kodaikanal. Another major railway station is Coimbatore Railway Station located about 170 km away from your destination.
By Road-Leave your hectic life and unwind your mood on a scenic road trip to Kodaikanal via two routes, either Palani or Vathalagundu, and both are well-constructed and connected to major cities like Madurai and Trichy.