Kodaikanal is one of the beautiful hill stations in Tamil Nadu marked by enchanting waterfalls, beautiful lakes and many more attractions. It is also rich in flora and fauna. The place is located at an altitude of 7200 feet above mean sea level. This has been one of the favorite honeymoon destinations of the young couples for ages. Any nature lover is sure to be taken away by the charms it has in store. Kodaikanal literally means the gift of the forest. It has dense vegetations with various types of trees and shrubs growing in abundance. The visitors of Kodaikanal would love to purchase the pure eucalyptus oil, homemade chocolates, fresh vegetables and fruits like plums, pears and carrots. The kurinji flower that blossoms once in twelve years is one of the attractions of this place. If you want to reach Kodaikanal by air, then the nearest airports are located in Trichirapalli, Madurai and Coimbatore. If you want to reach by train then you have to stop at Kodai Road at a distance of 100 kilometers from Kodaikanal. However there are frequent buses to the town from Dindigul and Palani and from many other places of Tamil Nadu. There are many places of interest in Kodaikanal namely Berijam Lake, Coakers Walk, Bryant Park, Kodai Lake, Kurinjiandavar Temple, Green Valley View, Pillar Rocks, Silent Valley View, Devil’s Kitchen, Guna Caves and Pine Forest.
Ooty is a well-known hill station in South India, located 2286 meters above sea level. Located on the Nylgiri hills, the Ooty Exhibition has miles of beautiful beauties, lofty mountains, dense forests of flora and fauna, widespread tea gardens, and also spreading lawns. Ooty tourist attractions have a lot to offer their travelers in partnership with Ooty hotels when they make arrangements to see their guests. From famous botanical gardens, from government rose gardens to architectural sites such as St. Stephen’s Church, stone houses, and the wax world, it all seems to attract visitors from all over the world to visit the beautiful village. The Ooty Golf Club and Lake Ooty provide the perfect retreat in the womb of nature and an exciting way to spend an imaginative evening. For a day trip from Waiting, a visit to the Pykara River seems quite exciting. It is 19 km from Ooty and is considered a sacred site by the Truths. The Pykara River runs through hilly paths as it rises to the Mukurthy Peak and flows north and west as it reaches the edge of the plateau. It has a dam and one of the oldest power plants in South India