Its all about the shades of Green..!!

Eravikulam - Parambikulam - Anamalai

India is lucky to have been gifted with so many varied habitats and in turn a large amount of biodiversity. The forests of Eravikulum, Parambikulum and Annamala is situated in the Western Ghats in the southernmost tip of the country are no exception to this. The Western Ghats of India are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and these densely wooded slopes house a plethora of flora and fauna almost resembling the South American rain forests. Some of India’s most exotic species like the lion-tailed macaque, the nilgiri langur and the nilgiri thar have managed to keep these woods as their last refuge. However it is the diversity of reptiles, amphibians and arthropods found in these jungles that attracts a large number of researchers to this area. If you are a nature traveler in India wanting the most peaceful wilderness with just jungle folk for company, then these jungles of the Western Ghats are irreplaceable.

Sketch Of Journey

Day 1Arrive Mumbai 

Arriving Mumbai International Airport meet our representative. Overnight at the Hotel near Airport.

Day 2 : Mumbai to Kochi, Drive to Munnar (Eravikulam)

Boarding the flight for Kochi, arrive at Kochi and transfer to Munnar hill station. Park introduction & overnight at resort.

Day 3 : Eravikulam National Park

Morning drives in the National Park & Sight seeing. Overnight at resort.

 

Day 4 : Drive to Parambikulam

Early morning departure by surface for Parambikulam. Park introduction & activities. Overnight at resort.

Day 5, 6 & 7: Parambikulam & Anaimalai Tiger Reserve.

 Game drives, Nature walk & activities in the Tiger Reserves. Overnight at resort.

Day 8 : Parambikulam to Mumbai via Coimbatore

Departure by surface for Coimbatore. Boarding flight from Coimbatore Airport arrive Mumbai.

 Fast Facts

Region:  South India

Duration: 07 Nights, 08 days

When To Go:  April to February

Temperature :

Min = 5°C

Max = 35 °C

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