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 - Munnar Proceed to Munnar (5000 ft asl, 160 kms - 4.5 hrs). Evening visit to Mattupatty Dam (Boating).
Day-4 Munnar Sightseeing options in and around Munnar comprise Marayoor (Sandalwood Forests - 40 kms), Tea Museum, Araengal Dam, Kundala Dam etc. A visit to Top Station (Highest view point in the area - 40 kms) can also be considered.
Day-5 Munnar Excursion to Kolukkumalai Tea Estate (30 kms). Requires a 4WD Jeep and the drive is nothing short of an adventure offering excellent tea plantations views. Time permitting guests can visit Attukal Waterfalls (9 kms) and visit Punarjani Traditional Village for a live performance.
Day-6 Departure Depart for onward journey.
Madurai - Madurai today is one of the busiest towns in Tamilnadu. The Meenakshi temple is awe-inspiring and is a must visit for any South India itinerary for both Indian as well as Overseas guests
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
Munnar - Munnar is a premier hill station in Kerala. It is situated at about 6000 ft above sea level and surrounded by tea and Cardamom Plantations