Best time to visit9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Open hours7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Best MonthsJune - February
Traveller TypesFamilies, Couples
Rank1 out of 1 attractions in Kodaikanal
A mere walk of 5 minutes, this is a watchpoint in Kodaikanal. More than a walk tourists love to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the surrounding sceneries from here. Since Kodaikanal is at a high altitude, you can get spectacular views of about 2000 ft if you look down. The surrounding mountains and valleys with the lush greenery and the view of the foamy waters looks awesome. The cool breeze brushing your face and the colourful, wild flowers geowing around you make it a memorable exoerience.
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Reviews • 7
The last spot was Coaker's Walk and unfortunately the mist now had converted to fog completely tampering our view but it was not all lost cause because we were back the next day to observe this masterful work of man and nature combined.
Coakers Walk: As the name says, it's a long path on the top of a hill and at a distance of roughly 2km from the Kodai Lake. The entry for it is Rs.10 per person. The walk gives you beautiful view of the town and the valleys. You can see foggy valleys from here, if it is monsoon, you will be lucky to see rains from a distance like we got to. A very nice place to just sit or have a stroll.
Coaker’s Walk: A kilometre long pathway along the edge of a steep slope, Coaker’s Walk offers breathtaking views of Dolphin’s Nose (a cliff that resembles a dolphin’s nose). It opens at 7 am, so try and get there early to catch the sunrise.
A walk through awesomness and everything you've dream about.. truly divine!
About 1km of picturesque walk on top of a mountain, there are Telescopes for a better view.
Its a 1 km stretch of promenade just beside a cliff. The view is a superb. there is a telescope point from where you can actually see a tribal village which does not have access to roads. The way to access is only through foot.