Green Nature Of North Kerala


7 days

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Hill Station




Discover the top eco-tourism places in Kerala with Green Nature Of North Kerala Tour Package. Book Kerala Tour Package for an 7 Days excellent Trip to Kerala. You can easily customize this 7 Days Kerala Holiday Package to match your preferred travel style be it Cultural, Wildlife, or Nature & Adventure for a perfect Eco-tourism Destination.


Green Nature of North Kerala Day 1

Day 1

Arrival at Coimbatore. Proceed to Silent Valley National Park. Enroute visit Palakkad. Palakkad Fort, Rock Garden, Kava Western Ghat View Point, Aquarium Snake Park, Malampuzha Garden & Lake. Proceed to silent Valley National Park. Accommodation will be 20-30 Kilometers from Silent Valley National Park at Mukkali / Attappadi / Mannarkad (Will Inform Accommodation details once we received Confirmation). Evening Free & Overnight stay.

Palakkad: When the sun rises majestically over the rice fields in Palakkad, you know you’ve come to a magical place. Palakkad, a state in Kerala, has rightfully inherited its name tag, Rice Bowl of Kerala and you will soon see why. The acres and acres of rice fields set along the backdrop of enigmatic mountains interspersed with hills, forests, rivers and mountain streams are a feast for the eye. And that’s not the only thing that you can enjoy at Palakkad, also fondly known as the gateway to northern Kerala.

Green Nature of North Kerala Day 2

Day 2

After Early Morning Breakfast at 7:00 Hours drive to visit Silent Valley National Park & Karuvara Waterfalls. Afternoon Back to Hotel / Resort. Enjoy Nature of Silent Valley in the Evening. Overnight Stay.

Silent Valley: The Silent Valley National Park with an area of 90 sq km is located in the Northeastern corner of Palakkad district. It rises abruptly to the Nilgiri Plateau in the North and overlooks the plains of Mannarkkad in the South. Extremely fragile, a unique preserve of tropical evergreen rain forests which is a veritable nursery of flora and fauna, some of which are found nowhere else in the world. Nowhere else does one find such a representative collection of peninsular mammals, 100 species of butterflies and 400 species of moths and other fauna like the Ceylon Frog Moth, Great Indian Hornbill, the Nilgiri Laughing Thrush and the Lion-tailed Macaque. The Kunthi river descends from the Nilgiri hills, an altitude of 2000 m, and traverses the entire length of the valley through the deep forest. The river never turns brown. It is always clear, perennial and wild. The park is also known for the rare and unique herbs and plants that grow here, as well as the wildlife found in the Silent Valley, which include elephants, tigers and lion-tailed macaques.Silent Valley is home to the largest population of Lion-tailed Macaque.



Green Nature of North Kerala Day 3

Day 3

Morning After Breakfast proceed towards Wayanad. in what will be an enthralling drive amidst the clouds and hills along the meandering Ghat pass road. There is an optional stop at Lakkidi view point, a vantage point to witness the astonishing terrain and the vast expanse of the mighty Western Ghats. After a second stop for a few minutes at the Chain Tree site along the national highway, you will arrive at Wayanad. Hotel Check In. Later Proceed to visits Pookode Lake (Boating - optional) and Soochipara waterfalls. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.


Wayanad: “Imagine a land blessed by the golden hand of history, shrouded in the timeless mists of mystery and legend, and flawlessly adorned by nature’s everlasting splendor.” “Wayanad, with her enchanting vistas and captivating secrets, is a land without equal. And in her embrace you will discover something way beyond anything you have ever encountered.” Wayanad is a district located in the north-east region of the Indian state of Kerala, at the southernmost tip of the Deccan Plateau.It is known for its cool highland climate, misty peaks and its virgin forests. Wayanad also played a prominent role in the history of the subcontinent. It is often called the spice garden of the south, the land of paddy fields, and the home of the monsoon...



Green Nature of North Kerala Day 4

Day 4

Wayanad Sightseeing will be starting with an early morning or post-breakfast trip to Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary. The reserve opens at 0630 am, which is an ideal time to see the wildlife. Later visits will include the Jain Temple, Edakkal Caves, Chembra Peak, Wayanad Heritage Museum and the Phantom Rock site, after which you will be returning to the hotel for the overnight stay.





Green Nature of North Kerala Day 5

Day 5

Today Early Morning After Breakfast at 07:30 Hours Proceed to visit Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary Tholpetty, Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, is a sanctuary and Elephant Reserve in Wayanad district of Kerala. It is one of the top places of wildlife in Kerala and also one of the best places to visit in Wayanad. Later Proceed to visit Kuruva Island. Kuruva Island, also known as Kuruva Dweep, is a protected river delta in Wayanad district of Kerala. Kuruva Dweep is being developed as eco-tourism project and is one of the popular places to visit. Evening Back to Hotel. Enroute visit Pazhassi Raja’s Tomb. Pazhassi Raja\'s Tomb is located in Mananthavady. This tomb is the memorial of the \'Lion of Kerala\' Veera Pazhassi Raja, a descendent of Kottayam Royal family. Arrival at Hotel & Overnight Stay.

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary - Tolpetty: Established in 1973, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary was brought under the Project Elephant in the year 1991-92. The sanctuary is bordered with Nagarhole WLS & Bandipur WLS in Karnataka and Mudumalai WLS in Tamilnadu. Occupying an area of 345 sq. km, Wayanad WLS is the second largest WLS in Kerala and is now an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. The sanctuary was set up with an objective of conserving the biological heritage of the region with due consideration to the general life style of tribes and others whose lives are dependent on the forest. The Western Ghats, Nilgiri Sub-Cluster, including all of the sanctuary, is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site. The sanctuary is divided into two separate parts, known as Upper Wayanad WLS and Lower Wayanad WLS. Upper Wayanad WLS at Tholpetty is known as Tholpetty Wildlife Range and Lower Wayanad WLS at Muthanga is known as Muthanga Wildlife Range. The sanctuary boasts of a large number of elephants nearly 900. Other animals of this sanctuary include Tigers, Panthers, Monkeys, Wild Dogs, Bisons, Deer, Bears, different types of snakes and Monitor lizards. The sanctuary houses various types of birds like Cuckoos, Peacocks, Babblers, Owls, Woodpeckers and Jungle Fowls. Peacocks and Peafowl tend to be very common in the area.

Kuruva Island: is a cluster of small islands formed by the delta in the River Kabini and is spread over 950 acres of uninhabited area. These are true natural islands with no other activities. Kuruva Island is densely populated with rich flora and fauna. Rare species of birds, orchids and herbs are the main attraction of the island apart from its breathtaking natural beauty. Several migratory birds are also seen on the island. The main island contains two small fresh water lakes. Other unique features of these islands are the bridges made of bamboo and rare species of trees. The island is very famous for Bird Watching, and Bamboo Rafting.

Green Nature of North Kerala Day 6

Day 6

After having breakfast Proceed to Kannur and On Arrival check in to hotel, then drive to Arakkal Museum, one and only muslim dynasty in kerala-dedicated to Arakkal Family. It was a palace which is converted into a museum now. People interested in history and all, this museum will be a gem for them. Next at a short walkable distance we have Mappila Harbor– a natural harbor which gives a great view to the sea. In ancient times it was a Port which linked Malabar to foreign countries. From the bay proceed to St. Angelos Fort (Kannur Fort) , built by the first Portuguese Viceroy in India- most important historical monument-protected under the Archaeological Survey of India. Have your lunch and visit Muzhappilangadi Beach Kerala’s only drive in beach-longest drive-in beach in India-and featured to be among the 6 top best beaches for driving in the world in the BBC article for Autos. It has many activities like Paragliding, Parasailing, Micro light flights, Power boating and so on.. If still time permits you can just have a visit to Dharmadam Island, an uninhabited tiny island.


Kannur: is one among the northernmost districts in the south western state of Kerala in India. The old name \'Cannanore\' is the anglicised form of the Malayalam word Kannur. Kannur might have derived its name from one of the the Hindu diety, Kannan (Lord Krishna) and Ur (place) making it the place of Lord Krishna. The deity of the Katalayi Sreekrishna temple was earlier situated in a shrine at Katalayi Kotta in the south eastern part of the Kannur town. Kannur is rightly described as “The land of Looms and Lores”. Kannur is well known for its handlooms. It is one of the major exporter handlooms in India. The handloom cloths of Kannur have won international reputation. The industry was confined to the production of coarse varieties of dhoties and like, in the past. Production of quality and exportable varieties of handloom fabric was started when the Basal Evengelical Mission entered the field. The handloom industry, which was once the monopoly of private enterprise, has since been organised on co-operative lines. It provides employment to hundreds of thousands of people directly and indirectly.

Green Nature of North Kerala Day 7

Day 7

Morning Breakfast at 08:30 Hours proceed to Bekal. On Arrival Check in at Hotel. Thereafter, you will be exploring the city and visiting places like Bekal Fort Beach, Bekal Hole Aqua Park, Kappil Beach(6 km from Bekal Fort), Kanwatheertha Beach (3 km from Manjeswaram) - A large swimming pool like formation of the sea on the vast beach is the main attraction.etc. Evening Back to Hotel & Overnight Stay.


Bekal: A serene village in Kasaragod district, Bekal is a land with a storied past. Here the ancient forts and golden beaches whisper to the wind legends unknown to mankind. The sun kissed beaches, the regal forts, majestic hills, meandering rivers and the rich cultural tradition of this land all pale in comparison to the ancient stories it has to share. Located in the southwestern tip of India, the extensive beaches, numerous estuaries and backwaters and the unexplored virgin environs all qualify Bekal as a site with immense potential to become an international tourist destination.

Green Nature of North Kerala Day 8

Day 8

Morning After Breakfast Proceed to Mangalore & our Vehicle will drop you at Mangalore Railway Station / Airport for your Onward Journey.



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