Kodaikanal Pine Forest in Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Kodaikanal Ghat Rd, Senbahanoor, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu 624101, India

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Short Hikes

About Kodaikanal Pine Forest

A great place for some nature walking and photography. This is a popular tourist spot in Kodaikanal and has an option for horse riding. The pine trees were planted in 1906 in order to grow timber.


Attractions near Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Coakers Walk - Kodaikanal1.47km from Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Coakers Walk is a beautiful man-made one-kilometre-long walking plaza built on the mountains in the mesmerizing city of Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal Lake2.09km from Kodaikanal Pine Forest

A manmade lake located in the Kodaikanal city. boating, natural beauty, horse ride, shopping etc.

Bear Shola Falls2.95km from Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Bear Shola Falls is a popular tourist spot in the region of Kodaikanal. This cascade is a seasonal attraction that comes to life in its fullest during the monsoons when the water flows down from the hilltop making its way through the verdant greenery of the region.

Fairy Falls4.44km from Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Situated in the beautiful South-Indian station of Kodaikanal, the enchanting Fairy Falls is the source of the Pambar River which joins into the Vaigai River later on.

Pillar Rocks Viewpoint5.31km from Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Pillar Rocks are three vertical granite boulders, standing shoulder to shoulder amidst untouched packets of dense rainforests.

Guna Caves5.59km from Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Guna Cave is wonderful tourist spot in Kodaikanal on Moir Point road. The cave is formed between two large Pillar Rocks. It is one of the best tourist  places to visit in kodaikanal. This large, dark and ancient cave is also called as Devil's Kitchen.

Where is Kodaikanal Pine Forest

Discover more attractions in Dindigul, where Kodaikanal Pine Forest is located

Dindigul13 attractions

Dindigul derives its name from the words 'Thindu' which means pillow and 'kal' which means rock. It refers to the bare hills which overlook the city.