|Dormitory Room Types||Offseason||Season||Pax allowed|
|1 Bedroom Dormitory||2000||2500||3 Pax|
|2 Bedroom Dormitory||3000||5000||6 Pax|
|3 Bedroom Dormitory||3500||6500||310 Pax|
|4 Bedroom Dormitory||5000||9500||12 Pax|
* All rates are per night basis.
* Food not included in the price.
12 Noon to 11 AM
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Breakage charges will be collected if any damages done by the guest.
Children under age 5 will not be charged.
Credit cards are not accepted.
Pets are not allowed.
No refund for cancellation done inside 48 hours.
80% refund for cancellation before 7 days.
100% refund for cancellation before 15 days.
On the border of two southern states of India, namely Tamil Nadu and Kerala, exists a beautiful Hill station called Kodaikanal. It’s a remarkable venue that attracts thousands of tourists from country and abroad due to its lush green valley, long range of hills and cool climate. It’s a city, situated in Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu state and is famous as The Gift of the Forest, which is also the meaning of the name Kodaikanal in local language, Tamil. The hill station came into existence way back in 1845 under the then British empire, in order to escape scorching heat mainly in northern parts of the country.
1. A hill station which never crosses the mercury mark beyond 35 at max, is worth visiting round the year, especially when the heat is on. The city has plenty to offer of which the first one is a beautiful green hill called Mount Perumal which offers you a complete 360 degree view of the surroundings.
2. In the vicinity (half a km from bus stand) is Kodaikanal lake along with a Boat House which will cater your aquatic desires of boating and catching fishes. Rowboats and Pedalos are always available on rent for the tourists.
3. Just on the east of the lake (500 meters) one can visit Bryant Park which houses a botanical garden too. The park offers a variety of 700 plus roses and an epic Bodhi and Eucalyptus tree which are said to be at least 150 years old. And the best thing is you don’t have to pay much to enter and enjoy the park since the entry fee is nominal and it stays open round the year.
4. Just 3kms from the bus stand, there is a tall water fall in reserve forests known as Bear Shola falls. And being in tough terrain, one can enjoy the adventure of rock climbing and trekking as well.
5. In case you want a bit of history, move a little ahead say 6kms from bus stand and there comes the Shembaganur museum of natural history. It remains open to general public round the year except on Tuesdays every week. It offers you to witness a variety of species ranging from birds to animals.
6. For the cave lovers, Guna cave in the neighborhood is a perfect location to have a brush with bygone years. It was also filmed in one of the epic Tamilian movie Guna.
7. Other places to visit include Dolphin’s nose (a hill peak) and Kurinji temple which offer excellent opportunity for the photography lovers to capture greenery.
8. For all those shopping freaks a market called Anna Salai on the main street remains open day long for your shopping needs and eating.