Guna cave or Devil's kitchen became famous after the 1991 movie Guna. If you have seen the song Kanmani Anbodu Kadhalan you will remember it.The cave is closed now for safety reason, but the surrounding is worth a visit.
Following the Pine Forest, we made our way to the Guna Caves. Also known as Devil’s kitchen, Guna Caves are enormous caves that were once believed to be the kitchen of the Pandavas. However, after some time, several incidents took place due to the paranormal activities inside the caves. The caves were shut down from there on. Nevertheless, people are allowed to view them from outside and enjoy the spine-chilling view of the Shola trees that have their roots popping out.
10. Guna CavesGuna caves (Devil’s Kitchen) are deep bat-infested chambers between the three gigantic boulders that are the Pillar Rocks. The deep narrow ravines of the caves are now closed to public due to the tragic deaths of twelve youths there. These dangerous caves are highly protected now, and tourists can see sections of the cave system from afar.
Guna Caves: Next we moved on to Guna caves. The caves were open until few years back. But now they have been shut off due to safety concerns. The view from the caves is similar to that of Moir Point. Guna caves are is filled with huge trees that have roots coming out of the ground. Quite a sight to watch! One can do mini-trekking by climbing on these roots.