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The baot ride is almost for two hours.. But its quite relaxing and enjoying.. Though we were unable to view any tigers as such but still the journey was quite enjoying and relaxing a must visit for the people who visit thekkady for the first...More
We did a nature walk here and also took a boat ride around the lake in the afternoon. The guides were very informative, good at spotting wildlife and also excellent at photography! They offer to take pictures on your camera and the results are worth...More
We did the first boat trip of the day as we were told that the chances of spoting animals was the best. At best we saw a few wild buffaloes & 2-3 birds, that's it!! I could see most of the people nodding off as...More
We just finished our trip to Periyar wildlife with an expectation to see a tiger. All we could see was a bison, sambar or a few birds. As we had already stayed in a houseboat, so boat ride wasn't too exciting. Overall it was an...More
Periyar (meaning: big river) is the longest river and the river with the largest discharge potential in the Indian state of Kerala. It is one of the few perennial rivers in the region and provides drinking water for several major towns. The Periyar is of...More
We had just been in India almost 20days (travelling in mostly cities, as well as Ranthambore NP). This was such a needed piece of peacefulness and relaxation away from the noise and speed of India.
We booked the 7:30am boat ride far in advance. Our...More
First adventure was to cross the lake on a bamboo raft! Then we walked for approx 1 hour beside the lake and then into the forest. We were delighted to see many birds including a golden oriole, kingfishers and red-whiskered bulbul. We also saw lion...More