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Valentine's Day in Kodaikanal!

This Valentine's day cuddle in the lap of nature with your loved one. From lakes to view points to waterfalls, Kodaikanal is a haven for the lovey dovey ones. Go ahead and feel the love!

Kodai Lake

Kodai Lake

The manmade Kodai Lake in Kodaikanal is shaped like a star. Located quite close to the bus stand, the lake is easily accessible by road. The scenic views of the lake make it worthy to visit the place, especially if you're with your loved one. Rowboats, pedal boats and bicycles are available here for rides. Horse rides are also a highlight of the lake.
Photo Courtesy: Aruna

Bryant Park

Bryant Park

To spend some time together this Valentine's day, Bryant Park is a great option. The botanical garden is rich with floral shades of nature, offering you the best views of colours spread across a vast expanse.
Photo Courtesy: Ishfaq Shams

Coaker's Walk

Coaker's Walk

This scenic spot is located around a kilometre away from Kodai Lake. Take a walk through the long road bordered by a layer of green trees and flowers. Imagine walking hand in hand with your beloved. Can it get any better?
Photo Courtesy: Shamseej

Bear Shola Falls
 

Bear Shola Falls

The Bear Shola Falls is a serene and quiet spot to relax and marvel at the beauty of nature. The long waterfalls is named Bear Shola as in the earlier days it was often visited by bears who came there in search of drinking water. Though monsoon is the best time to visit the place, the beauty of the place doesn't fade during other seasons too.
Photo Courtesy: Nijumania

Green Valley View

Green Valley View

Grotesquely named as Suicide Point, the name should do nothing to dissuade you from enjoying the amazing views of the hills that this place has to offer. Just in case, you have your doubts, the top is fenced with barbed wire for safety of the tourists.
Photo Courtesy: Parthan

Pillar Rocks

Pillar Rocks

The Pillar Rocks are one of the best tourist spots in Kodaikanal. Visit the place with your lover and treat your eyes with the breathtaking views of the landscapes offered by the area. The cleaves between these rocks are deep enough to be called the Devil's Kitchen!
Photo Courtesy: Aruna

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