Nature & Hill Station
Wildlife & Eco-Trails
Culture & Heritage
This land of Teak forests (Thekkady) is a home for elephants , spice plantations ranging beyond our eyesight, series of hills. Peryiyar sanctuary is one of the marvellous forests in India which encourages a lot of trekking and eco-trail activities.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
Snuggled in the western ghats , one of the richest bio-diversity spots, is the fascinating natural wildlife sanctuary of Thekkady - the protected Periyar tiger reserve. 360 Sq.KM out 777 sq.km is thick evergreen Periyar wildlife sanctuary in Idukki district.
A Spectacular artificial lake formed by Mullaperiyar dam across Periyar river is one of the charming visitor seeking place across the world; the only sanctuary which offer boat cruise in it. Pristine lake is the best spot for photography. Wildlife such as elephants , boars , birds can be spotted during the cruise in the lake
Kumily -popular commercial center for spice trade , cultural activities; Pandikuzhi (5 KM from Kumily) - series of exotic flora & fauna and gruggling river streams. Perfect platform for photographers and adventure enthusiasts; Vandanmedu (25 KM from Kumily) is one of the largest auction center for cardamom.
Being one of the splendid water fall located in Wayanad , it is one of the most attractive places to visit. It takes a 2 kilometer forest trail to reach this exotic spot which is an unique and must thing to experience!!
A lush green town which lies at the confluence of three mountain rivulets Mudrapuzha , Nallathani and Kundala (In malayalam , Moonu - three and Aaru - Rivers ) is one the most preferred hill stations at Idukki district. One of the top attractions over here are , Anamudi peak - highest south Indian peak , where tea gardens are predominant , ideal for trekking , get to enjoy best of the views. One of the most awaited highlight about these blue mountains is Neelakurinji flowers which blooms once in twelve years. Other places to see includes , Eravikulam national park , Mattupatty Dam , Chinakanal Waterfall , Team Museum