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Tamil Nadu Hill Stations

Known as the queen of hills and the most popular hill station in the South India. It is located in the Nilgiri hills at 2286 meter above sea level. With its rolling lawns and salubrious climate it became the important hill station in South India and the summer capital of the former Madras presidency. Ooty still has the touch of the Raj about it, with its cottages and pretty gardens and stone churches that stands among the groves of pine. Old summer palaces of maharajas are now hotels and set in their beautiful parks.

Places of interest: Dodabetta Peak, Ooty lake, Kitty Valley View, Coonoor, Dolphins Nose, Lambs Rock, St. Catherine’s Fall and Laws Fall.

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By Air: Nearest airport is Coimbatore- 90kms.
By Rail: Nearest railway station is Coimbatore.
By Road: Well connected by major destinations of Southern India.


Set among the gently sloping Palani hills is the charming retreat of Kodaikanal also known as the princess of hill stations. This is one of India’s most beautiful hill stations frequented by tourists in large numbers right through the ear. The hill town is renowned for its education institutions of international repute. The pride of Kodaikanal is Kurinji flower, which blossoms once in 12 years. The hill plantation of fruits and plums are well known for their freshness and taste.

Places of interest: Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park, Croakers Walk, Green Valley View, Telescope Houses, Pillar Rocks, Kurinji Andavar Temple, Silver Cascade and Bear Shola Falls.

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By Air: Nearest airport is Madurai- 120kms.
By Rail: The nearest major railway station is Madurai and Kodai Road.
By Road: Well connected by major destinations of Southern India.

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