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There are as many as fourteen wildlife centuries in Kerala as the state is situated in the lavish forests of the Western Ghats. Some of the best wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala have been discussed on ...

There are as many as fourteen wildlife centuries in Kerala as the state is situated in the lavish forests of the Western Ghats. Some of the best wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala have been discussed on foregoing line.

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  • Top 5 Kerala Wildlife Destinations Introduction Kerala, the southernmost state of India, has all the reasons to put more stars in the name of the country that is known as incredible around the globe. The state is known for its natural beauty as nature has showered all its blessings on the amazing destination. Kerala is known for its serene and tranquil beaches, mesmerizing backwater tours and rejuvenating Ayurveda therapies. The list of wonderful tourist attractions of Kerala includes its adventurous wildlife. People from across the world visit Kerala to get enchanted by the thrill of these marvellous national parks of the state. The best Kerala wildlife tour package is offered by us to make their travel much easier and convenient. Taking care of your budget requirements, we also offer superb cheap tour package to Kerala. There are as many as fourteen wildlife centuries in Kerala as the state is situated in the lavish forests of the Western Ghats. Some of the best wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala have been discussed on foregoing line.
  • Neyyar Sanctuary 30 km far from Thiruvananthapuram, Neyyar Sanctuary can be called a paradise for exotic flora and fauna. Spread with around 12,000 hectares of natural vegetation, this is a rising- and-falling terrain interspersed with speeding brooks, level meadows and mild slopes. The 1,868 metre Agasthyamala peak is the highest point, a perfect tracking destination.
  • Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary 55 km from Thodupuzha in Idukki, a delighting canopy of thick tropical evergreen forests, tropical semi-evergreen forests and moist deciduous forests fringe, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary offers you all the scenic marvels during your visit. The protected sanctuary is surrounded by the picturesque lake from three sides.
  • Periyar Tiger Reserve 4 km from Thekkady in Idukki, natural wildlife sanctuary of Thekkady is nestled in the Western Ghats, and is one of the richest bio-diversity destinations in the world. It is here you can spot the protected Periyar Tiger Reserve. You can spot here two watch towers inside the forest collaborating with arresting wildlife.
  • Eravikulam National Park 15 km from Munnar in Idukki, Eravikulam National Park is located in Devikulam Taluk. The superb attractions of this park are Nilgiri Thar and Neelakurinji flowers that blossom only once in a 12-year period. You can spot the highest peak in its southern area.
  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary Located on Tamil Nadu border at Rajamala Udumalpet Road (SH 17), Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is the right place to visit if you want to see the amazing wildlife sights of Elephants, Sambar and Gaur among other animal species.
  • Conclusion :- Travel enthusiasts get experience of some of the most charming trekking trails in India during their stay around this marvellous destination. They just get lost in the spice-scented air of never-ending acres of plantations varying from to tea and coffee to cardamom, vanilla and pepper. For more details, visit our website www.keralabackwaterindia.com.