Coakers Walk Kodaikanal Entry Fee
- 10 per person
- 30 for Still Camera
- 20 for telescope house
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Coakers Walk Kodaikanal Address: Kodaikanal, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, 624101, India
One of the popular tourist spots in Kodaikanal, Coaker’s Walk is something worth visiting during your Kodaikanal tour. Constructed by Lt. Coaker in 1872 on whom it has been named, Coaker’s Walk is a narrow pedestrian path which is approximately one km in length. This mountain road is just half kilometre away from the Kodaikanal Lake. Running along the slope edges on the southern of the Kodai Road, the Coaker’s Walk starts near the van Allen hospital and joins the main road above St. Peter's Church. The places offer tourists with a refreshing setting along with breath taking view of the plains.
One can have the opportunity to have clear view of the Dolphin's nose which is located in the south, valley of the Pambar River in South East. You also get a distant view of the Periyakulam along with a view of Madurai city. However, if you happen to visit on a cloudy day, you might not get a clear picture of these.
One can enter the Coaker’s Walk and have panoramic views of the valley between 7 am to 7pm. The observatory with telescope provided exceptional and clear view. A minimal entry fee is charged per head. A tourist spot that mustn’t be missed, Coarker’s walk is best when visited before 2.30 pm as with evening the valley gets covered by mist and thus blocking the view.
Apart from Coaker’s Walk, tourists can visit other tourists posts in Kodaikanal such as Berijam Lake, Bryant Park, Kurinjiandavar Temple, Kodaikanal Lake, Green Valley View/Suicide Point, Pillar Rocks, Silent Valley View, Devil's Kitchen, Guna Caves, Pine Forest, Shanthi Valley, Silver Cascade, Telescope House, Kukal Cave and Shenbaganur Museum and many more.