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Thne scenic water body allows for motorboat ride through the day as the place is frequented by elephants at night ....The boat ride is econpmically priced and can be enjoyed by both adults and chiuldren alike.
This is like any other dam, crowded with tourists, nothing interesting, however if you travel 10kms ahead from the dam you will come across a beautiful lake, where not many people visit, you will find a few locals & fisherman's. You can have a great...More
Mattupetty dam is one of the main attraction of munnar. It has boating facility of many type and very very lovely nature surrounding the dam. Boating in the upside of the dam is lovely thing to do. Surrounded by tall trees and water around gives...More
My son enjoyed pedal boating here Cost of each boat is 300 rupees and 3 person are allowed. You have to cross through lots of tourist spots enroute to Mattupetty Dam. So during vacation the route will be of heavy traffic. KSEB is conducting these...More
Hello there, we are planning to visit Kerela on DEC 23rd and stay up to 10 nights. Our initial itinerary is as below. We are seeking for your advise and recommendation. Day 01: COCHIN-ATHIRAPALLY Arrive in Cochin and travel to Athirapally to visit the Athirapally and Vazhachal waterfalls. Question: Shall we overnight in Atripally it self or head to Kodanad or back to Cochin? Where will be better for us? Day 02 ; ATHIRAPALLY - MUNNAR Stopover at Cheeyappara/ Valar Waterfalls. ...More
October 15, 2018|
Dear BuRaiR, Your itinerary looks more or less comfortable. On Day 1 , it will be better to stay in Athirappilly rather than going to Kodanad or Kochi and then proceed to Munnar. It may be cost effective if you choose houseboat overnight stay rather than a resort in Alleppey or Kumarakom Hope you have a great trip Cheerz
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
What sounds better (3 Replies)
Hi, I will be travelling kerala, this Dec, with Mom, my husband and 2 yr old son. Please suggest, what sound more practical. Places to visit Day 1 Cherai Beach Day 2 Break Water point. Day 3 Eravikulam National Park-Lakkam Waterfalls-tea museum Day 4 Mattupetty dam-Echo point-Kundala lake-Top station-Vattavada Day 5 Attukkad waterfalls-Kannan Devan Hills Plantation Company-Kannan Devan Hills Plantation Company Day 6 Mallekkallan guha-Lock Heart Gap- Periyar Tiger Reserve Day 7...More
November 30, 2015|
Please drive, if its safe to travel in late evening/night.
8D/7N trip to Kerala. (12 Replies)
Hello all, I have planned to go on a trip to Kerala in mid Jan with a group of 9 friends. Plan goes like this - Leave Bangalore at night by train Day 1 - Reach Cochi in the Morning Visit to Half day backwater cruise, Kerala Kathakali Centre, Paradesi Synagogue, Jew town, Lulu mall, Marine drive. Day 2 - Leave for Munnar - visit Cheeyappara and Valara Falls on the way Day 3 - Munnar sightseeing Rajamalai National Park and Anamudi Peak. Followed by visit to Mattupetty...More
November 27, 2015|
day 4-tribal dance and musical fountain may not be worth for money,go for kathakali and martial arts day5-go for day trip in houseboat.if you need economical option go for shikkara both the options seems good and boat trip to kollam will be intresting.but schedule can be tight