Best time to visit –
Kodaikanal is a year round destination. The peak season however, belongs to the months of March, April and May since the hill station is a welcome getaway during the summer.
Getting there –
Kodaikanal is a hill station which is located at quite a distance from the plains.
The nearest relevant railway station is at Kodai Road which is 80 km away from the town of Kodaikanal. It takes a minimum of 2 hours to reach the Tamara Kodai.
Dindigul and Madurai are bigger stations at 100 km and 120 km away and it takes 2.5 hours and 3 hours respectively from there.
The nearest airport is also at Madurai.
Both state transport buses and private luxury buses operate right up to Kodaikanal bus stand, from major South Indian cities like Bangalore, Madurai, Chennai etc. The bus stand is around 2 km from the resort and private cabs charge around Rs 150-200 for a drop.
Booking and contact –
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