PLACES TO VISIT
Vythiri Pookode Lake, soochipara waterfalls,Tea Gardens , Edakkal Caves ,Muthanga wild life sanctuary, Kuruva Dweep, Tholpetty wildlife sanctuary, Mananthavady Pazhassi raja Tomb, Banasura sagar dam
|Package Information||tariff and money|
|Package ID||: 103 SI||Price 1||: 8,000 (Couple)|
|Start Date||: Every Day||Price 2||: 5,000 (Couple) Budget|
|Boarding point||: Calicut Airport/ Railway station||Price 3||: NA|
|Duration||: 2 Days|
|Food||: Veg / Non Veg|
Pookode Lake is a scenic lake in Wayanad district,It is a freshwater lake surrounded by evergreen forests and hills. Boating on Pookote Lake is also an interesting option. Check in to the nearest Uruvu Eco Shop, moor to the bamboo products and be tempted to pocket gift-packs of forest honey, spices and pickles.
Edakkal Caves to look at exceptional rock art depicting human and animal figure carvings by Neolithic and later civilizations.Edakkal cave was created by a fissure due to changing climatic conditions and the split in the rock is about 22 ft. in width and 90 ft. in length. The abyss and gap in the rocks extends to over 30 ft appearing as cave to the observer.
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is most famous for its project elephant site, where herds of elephants are seen roaming freely, frolicking in the mud and the water near the water holes. Various species of deer, monkeys, birds etc also inhabit this spce. The trees and plants in the sanctuary are typical of the South Indian moist deciduous forests and West Coast semi-evergreen forests.
Kuruva island or Dweep is consists of group of islands inside Kabini river and covers an area of about 950 acres of ever green dense forest. Nothing so specific over there in the island except you and the chirping sound of the birds.
Bansura dam is considered to be the largest earth dam in India and the second largest in Asia,. The dam extends to a wide area with crystal ,and an ideal starting point for hikes into the surrounding scenic mountains. It is an important tourist attraction. In the dam's reservoir there is a set of islands that were formed when the reservoir submerged the surrounding areas. The islands with the Banasura hills in the background provide a spectacular view