Elephant Valley Eco Farm Hotel

Address: Ganesh Puram, Vilpatti, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 624 104, India | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on Ganesh Puram, Vilpatti, Kodaikanal.
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    A travel blog entry by pavan222 on May 07, 2015

    We reached around 9:00AM and were pretty much tired due to the long travel, as we were driving through the ghat road, we got a hint of what we are entering into. Beautiful valleys, water falls through them, superb climate.

    We stayed in Sandanam's villa, Naidupuram and it was a pretty clean and decent stay. As the hotel was new we felt it was worth money and didn't find any issues with it (except for unavailability of hot ...

    PS ................... So, this is India - Part 2

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Dec 09, 2014

    5 comments, 34 photos

    ... if it be great. To die in one’s duty is life; to die in another’s is death.”

    Yesterday I was out walking through the fruit forest on the estate where I’m writing this. I’ve watched not only the industry of the ants relentlessly marching up tree limbs to their own silent beat, but also the industry of the fruit pickers. To watch them laughing and playing little jokes on one another as they go about their work, I would certainly not want ...

    Relaxing in the Ghats

    A travel blog entry by jarinne on Apr 18, 2013

    20 photos

    ... pickles, and yogurt as well as a heaping amount of rice. You mix it all together on the tray or a banana leaf with your hands and then make little balls of the mixture, scooping it up and hopefully daintily shoving it in your mouth. It’s one of my favourite Indian meals! Then we invited a few newly made friends over for a feast of chicken, paneer, home fries, beets, and of course black forest birthday cake that I had ordered in town the day before.

    Tea - the best drink of the day....

    A travel blog entry by cotysmore on Nov 23, 2012

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... Austin to shudder, but nevertheless a reasonable specimen; hydrangeas, dahlias, hedges of poinsettias, trees - as yet unidentified but with glorious orange flowers, extremely large specimens of eucalyptus & rubber trees, hibiscus and brugmansia by the hedge-load! Wonderful!] (Phil: Yawn!!!!!!)

    5. Munnar and the Tea Museum. Munnar is a dump! And it was raining! And we couldn't find a bar to get a Kingfisher! But what we were directed to was an "offie" to buy some ...

    The Village

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

    96 photos

    ... There’s no breezing through life here. No clinging to material comforts in the hopes of waving away the ever pressing concern for one’s own mortality. When suffering and ecstasy abound in all corners, one finds their life is being lived more fully. Colors are a bit brighter, smells are a bit sweeter, tastes last a bit longer. If you want this feeling for yourself, there’s no need to fret. There’s nothing to it. All you have to do is breathe.

    - TJ