Devil’s Kitchen (Guna caves) is a very dangerous deep hidden ravine that looks like small dark gutters but are actually a deep fall. It is called as Guna caves as a Tamil movie Guna was shot here. The deep narrow ravines of the caves are now closed to public due to the tragic deaths of twelve youths there. These dangerous caves are highly protected now, and tourists can see sections of the cave system from afar. Entrance of Devil’s Kitchen (now protected):
View of the Devil’s Kitchen (Guna caves):
After that we went to see the Golf course. The Kodaikanal Golf Club was first started in 1895 by a handful of dedicated golfers. To start with there were only 9 holes and the putting surfaces were browns, In the early fifties it was extended to 18 holes and 1986 the putting surfaces were re-laid with greens. The course itself is situated on verdant green slopes and hollows at an elevation of about 7000 ft. A golfer teeing early in the morning is more than likely to come across herds of wild bison or gaur. Otherwise wild boar and barking deer are plentiful. However the only danger to the golfer is the monkeys who often pick up the unwary golf ball and smartly run up a tree. While the club is run by its members for its members, tourists and other non-members are allowed to play, by either becoming temporary members or by paying the required fees.