The Pine Forest was cultivated by one Mr Bryant in Kodaikanal in 1906 with the idea of having a timber forest for valuable wood. Calm and beautiful atmosphere of Pine Forest attracts a large number of visitors all around the year. With so much to lure your senses and offer you recreation at its best, get drenched in the spirit of adventure that you get to explore at pine forest, Kodaikanal.
This hill station, in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, is 2000 metres above sea level, set in the Ghat section of granite cliffs which are completely covered with Pine forests, waterfalls and lakes and grassy slopes. The star-shaped lake is a man-made one and the town is situated around it. The pine forests are one among the preserved treasures of Kodaikanal which would mesmerize the tourists by its ambiance. This place is a gift of Mother Nature for people who love photography. These pine trees enveloped in mist are distinctly characteristic of Kodaikanal today. A lot of local vendors selling fresh carrots and fruits can be found at the entrance of the forest. Exploring the pine forest on the way to Mannavanur you can see the forest floor roofed by "Magic Mushrooms" -allegedly hallucinogenic-you would try to find out. These pine plantations are apparently pretty familiar with the young Israeli people at vattakanal. Many Indian movies have been filmed here and it is a popular location for movie makers. Check out the pine forest tourist spot for all the attractions that is on offer and visit this spot on weekends for a rejuvenating time.
Travelers can enjoy camping at this forest by getting permission from the local authorities. A place to enjoy walking around lazily, this is a perfect place for the nature enthusiasts. Kodaikanal is the best way to have a memorable time with kids and family. So, enjoy a fulfilling outing at pine forest in Kodaikanal.