Day-1 Arrival at Kodaikanal Arrival at Kodaikanal (6500 ft asl). Evening boating at the Kodai lake.
Day-2 In and around Kodaikanal Sightseeing options around Kodaikanal comprise Green Valley, Pillar Rocks, Coakers Walk, Bear-Shola falls, Bryant Park, Shembaganur Museum of Natural History, Silver Cascade, Kurinji Andavar Temple etc. Guests can choose options to visit accordingly to their preferences.
Day-3 Kodai - Ooty Travel to Ooty (7000 ft asl) (258 kms - 7 hrs) via Palani. Enroute visit Lord Murugan Temple. Boating in lake in the evening time permitting.
Day-4 Sightseeing around Ooty During the day explore sightseeing closer to Ooty comprise Dodabetta Peak, Raj Bhawan, St Stephens Church, Rose garden, Botanical garden, Shooting point, Wax Museum.
Day-5 Half day excursion to Pykara Falls and Kalhatty Half day excursion to Pykara Falls (24 kms), Kalhatty Falls (13 kms) and Kalhatty view point (25 kms). Hang gliding is organised at Kalhatty in summer.
Day-6 Departure Depart for onward journey.
Coimbatore - Coimbatore is the second largest city in state of Tamil Nadu and a major textile and engineering hub. The plantation areas Coonnor and Valparai and hill station of ooty and kodaikanal are accessible from here.
Kodaikanal - Kodaikanal (7000 ft asl) traditionally has been one of the favorite hill stations to visit in summer alongwith Ooty. It’s also a destination for corporate conferences ex-Madurai, Chennai and Bangalore
Ooty - Ooty (7500 ft asl) is one of the premier hill stations of India. It is known for its colonial heritage feel, heritage train, tea plantations around it, a wonderful weather all through the year (especially in summer) and is home to quite a few renowned boarding schools.