After Breakfast, Proceed to Visit other Tourist Places of Kodaikanal Including: Pillar Rocks - At a Height of 122 Meters, Pillar Rocks is a Set of Three Massive Rock Pillars, Offering Captivating View of Lush Green Surroundings. Surrounded with Thick Threads of Clouds and Dense Woods, It also Offers Magnificent View of the Vaigai Dam; a Must for Every Kodaikanal Tour. Bear Shola Falls - a Perfect Picnic Spot, Bear Shola Falls is Located in the Reserve Forest. It is Believed that Bears Come Here to Drink Water Which Led to this Name of the Waterfalls. Located Only 2 Km Away from Kodaikanal Lake, It Presents Mesmerizing Scenic Beauty. Berijam Lake - An Important Part of Every Kodaikanal Tour, Berijam Lake is Built By a Dam with Sluice Gates, Providing Drinking Water to Periyakulam Town. Located in the Palani Shola Forest Reserve, It Offers Breathtaking Natural Beauty. the Area Around is Bestowed with Rich Flora and Fauna. One Can Spot Various Rare Birds (migratory and Residents) Here. Coakers Walk - Built in 1872, It is a Well-maintained 1 Km Long Pathway Along the Edge of Steep Slopes. Walking Here is An Experience of Lifetime. View of Clouds Slowly Crossing the Hills, Dolphin's Nose in the South, Pambar River and Even of Madurai City is Something One Cannot Miss. Telescope House - Located At Northern Tip of Coaker's Walk, Telescope House is the Best Place to Enjoy the Enthralling View of the Surrounding Areas. the Sight of Vaigai Dam, Sothupparai Dam, Periyakulam and Varaha River from Here is Absolutely Spectacular. Dolphin’s Nose - Located At a Height of 6,600 Ft, 8 Km Away from Kodaikanal, It is a Captivating View Point. It is Naturally Formed Flat Rock with a Shape that Resembles a Dolphin’s Nose. View of Catherine Falls from this Massive Rock is Worth Capturing. Overnight Stays in Kodaikanal.