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WAYANAD Nestled cozily in the hills of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is a picturesque hill station in Kerala. The dewy land gets its name from two local words, ‘Vayal' meaning ‘paddy field’ and 'Naad' meaning ‘land’ combining to form ‘Wayanad’ or 'The Land of Paddy Fields’. Set high on the Western Ghats, this popular destination is the only district in Kerala to share its border with Karnataka and Kerala; it is also the least populated district in the state. This exquisite hill station is home to many attractions. The most frequented tourist places in Wayanad include the ancient ruins, mysterious caves, exotic wilderness and adventurous jungle trails. All of these exquisite treasures have been made even more appealing with the folklores surrounding them. PLACE OF INTEREST SIGHTSEEING & TREKKING CHEMBRA PEAK, EDAKKAL CAVES, NEELIMALA WATERFALLS, MEENMUTTY WATER FALLS, BANASURA SAGAR DAM – KALPETTA, POORKODE LAKE-KALPETTA and many more Chembra Peak At a height of 2100 metres, the towering Chembra Peak is located near Meppadi in the southern part of Wayanad. It is the tallest of peaks in the region and climbing this peak would test ones physical prowess. The climb up the Chembra Peak is an exhilarating experience, as each stage in the climb unfolds great expanses of Wayanad and the view gets wider as one goes up to its summit. Going up and coming down the peak would take a full day. Those who would like camp at the top are assured of an unforgettable experience. Those who require camping gear may contact the District Tourism Promotion Council, located at Kalpetta in Wayanad. Neelimala Located in the southeastern part of Wayanad, and approachable fromKalpetta as well as Sulthan Bathery, Neelimala is a trekkers delight, with options for different trekking routes. At the top of Neelimala, the sight is a breathtaking one with a view to the Meenmutty falls located near by and the valley in the foreground. Meenmutty waterfalls Located close to Neelimala the spectacular Meenmutty falls can be reached through a 2 km trekking route from the main road connecting Ootty andWayanad. It is the largest of waterfalls in the district of Wayanad, and adds to ones curiosity with its three stage falls dropping from about 300 metres. Chethalayam Yet another waterfall that attracts visitors to Wayanad is the Chethalayamfalls, located close to Sulthan Bathery in the northern part of Wayanad. This waterfall is smaller in size when compared to Meenmutty. The falls and the adjoining areas are ideal locales for trekking and a haunt for bird watchers. Pakshipathalam Pakshipathalam is located deep within the forest in the Brahmagiri hills at an altitude of more than 1700 metres. The region predominantly comprises large boulders, some of them really massive. The deep caves found here are home to a wide variety of birds, animals and distinctive species of plants.Pakshipathalam is located near Mananthavady and a visit to the region would require a 7 km trek through the forest, starting from Thirunelli. Visitors to Pakshipathalam are to seek permission from the DFO- North Wayanad
WAYANAD Nestled cozily in the hills of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is a picturesque hill station in Kerala. The dewy land gets its name from two local words, ‘Vayal' meaning ‘paddy field’ and 'Naad' meaning ‘land’ combining to form ‘Wayanad’ or 'The Land of Paddy Fields’. Set high on the Western Ghats, this popular destination is the only district in Kerala to share its border with Karnataka and Kerala; it is also the least populated district in the state. This exquisite hill station is home to many attractions. The most frequented tourist places in Wayanad include the ancient ruins, mysterious caves, exotic wilderness and adventurous jungle trails. All of these exquisite treasures have been made even more appealing with the folklores surrounding them. PLACE OF INTEREST SIGHTSEEING & TREKKING CHEMBRA PEAK, EDAKKAL CAVES, NEELIMALA WATERFALLS, MEENMUTTY WATER FALLS, BANASURA SAGAR DAM – KALPETTA, POORKODE LAKE-KALPETTA and many more Chembra Peak At a height of 2100 metres, the towering Chembra Peak is located near Meppadi in the southern part of Wayanad. It is the tallest of peaks in the region and climbing this peak would test ones physical prowess. The climb up the Chembra Peak is an exhilarating experience, as each stage in the climb unfolds great expanses of Wayanad and the view gets wider as one goes up to its summit. Going up and coming down the peak would take a full day. Those who would like camp at the top are assured of an unforgettable experience. Those who require camping gear may contact the District Tourism Promotion Council, located at Kalpetta in Wayanad. Neelimala Located in the southeastern part of Wayanad, and approachable fromKalpetta as well as Sulthan Bathery, Neelimala is a trekkers delight, with options for different trekking routes. At the top of Neelimala, the sight is a breathtaking one with a view to the Meenmutty falls located near by and the valley in the foreground. Meenmutty waterfalls Located close to Neelimala the spectacular Meenmutty falls can be reached through a 2 km trekking route from the main road connecting Ootty andWayanad. It is the largest of waterfalls in the district of Wayanad, and adds to ones curiosity with its three stage falls dropping from about 300 metres. Chethalayam Yet another waterfall that attracts visitors to Wayanad is the Chethalayamfalls, located close to Sulthan Bathery in the northern part of Wayanad. This waterfall is smaller in size when compared to Meenmutty. The falls and the adjoining areas are ideal locales for trekking and a haunt for bird watchers. Pakshipathalam Pakshipathalam is located deep within the forest in the Brahmagiri hills at an altitude of more than 1700 metres. The region predominantly comprises large boulders, some of them really massive. The deep caves found here are home to a wide variety of birds, animals and distinctive species of plants.Pakshipathalam is located near Mananthavady and a visit to the region would require a 7 km trek through the forest, starting from Thirunelli. Visitors to Pakshipathalam are to seek permission from the DFO- North Wayanad
EDUCATION TOURISM , FAMILY & CORPORATE PACKAGE TOURISM South indian Tour Packages, South Indian Backwater Tours, South Indian Hillstation Tour Packages, South indian Temple Tours, South Indian Beach Tour, South Indian Wildlife Tours, Houseboat Tours in Kerala, Honeymoon Tours in South India, LTC Tour Packages, Weekend Tours in South India, Cruises, Green Kerala Tours, Hillstation Tours and much more…Call +91-7604837477. God Bless everyone who travel with us and the visitors of this website. www.maduraiecotourism.com Tour Itinerary: Day 01 : CHENNAI – PONDICHERRY (170 Kms. 3 Hrs.) Upon Arrival at CHENNAI Airport you will be received by our representative and directly transfer to PONDICHERRY. Check-in to the hotel on arrival. Relax for a while and proceed for the PONDICHERRY sight seeing which includes the PONDICHERRY Beach, SRI AUROBINDO Ashram, BOAT House, AUROVILLE and Museum. Overnight stay at the PONDICHERRY hotel. Day 02 : PONDICHERRY After breakfast proceed for the remaining sight seeing in Pondicherry which includes, Arrikamedu, Arrikamedu, JN Street, Ayee Mandapam, Bharathi Park, Memorial House. Overnight stay in Pondicherry hotel. Day 03 : PONDICHERRY – VELANKANNI (150Kms-03.5 Hrs) After breakfast proceed to VELANKANNI. After Check in to Hotel, Visit the Church. The Beach behind the Church is ideal for a visit. Spend a pious day at this Holy Town. Overnight stay at Hotel in VELANKANNI Day 04: VELANKANNI to CHENNAI (320 Kms. 6 Hrs.) After breakfast check-out from the hotel and transfer to CHENNAI. Check-in to the hotel on arrival. Relax for a while and proceed for the afternoon sight seeing in CHENNAI which includes BESANT NAGAR Beach, MARINA Beach, KAPALEESHWAR Temple, RAMAKRISHNA Temple etc.. Overnight stay at the Chennai hotel. Day 05 : Departure from CHENNAI After breakfast pack your baggage with a promise of coming back again to this sweet package. Check out from Hotel and Proceed to Chennai Airport/Railway Station on time to catch your flight/train. Bookings call 7604837477, 9500137477
COCHIN Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as 'God's Own Country'. Its strategic importance over the centuries is underlined by the sobriquet Queen of the Arabian Sea. Informally, Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala. Cochin has emerged as the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala and is perhaps the second most important city on the west coast of India (after Mumbai/Bombay). Cochin is proud of its world class port and international airport that link it to many major cities worldwide. This lovely seaside city is flanked by the Western Ghats on the east and the Arabian Sea on the west. Its proximity to the equator, the sea and the mountains provide a rich experience of a moderate equatorial climate. Strictly speaking, Cochin is a small town. But, Cochin has outgrown its original bounds and is now the general name given to much of the region adjoining the original town, which now includes Cochin, Fort Kochi, Mattanchery, Ernakulam and many other nearby towns and villages. For all practical purposes Ernakulam and Cochin, generally, refer to the same place. Kochi is the arguably the ideal starting point for exploring the unfathomable diversity and beauty of Kerala, rated in the top three tourist destinations by the World Travel & Tourism Council and featured in National Geographic Traveler's '50 greatest places of a lifetime'.COCHIN South indian Tour Packages, South Indian Backwater Tours, South Indian Hillstation Tour Packages, South indian Temple Tours, South Indian Beach Tour, South Indian Wildlife Tours, Houseboat Tours in Kerala, Honeymoon Tours in South India, LTC Tour Packages, Weekend Tours in South India, Cruises, Green Kerala Tours, Hillstation Tours and much more…Call 91-9500137477. God Bless everyone who travel with us and the visitors of this website. Happy Travelling with us..
Madurai Eco Tourism and Package Tourism Mysore - Ooty - Coonoor - Kodai - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari Situated on the southern part of the Deccan plateau, the city of palaces: Mysore is a popular tourist attraction offering picturesque palaces, invigorating hills and gushing rivers. The royal splendor of Mysore is Mysore Palace or the Maharaja’s Palace. Ooty the famous hill station in India which stands nearly about 7000 feet above sea level in the midst of Nilgiri hills makes for a perfect honeymooners paradise. A walk in the green tea gardens or a boating spree will offer you a complete panoramic view of Ooty. Kodaikanal is one of the most popular hill resorts in India. It is a charming hill station, stands amidst sylvan beauty on the southern crest of the upper Palani Hills near Madurai in Tamil Nadu. With its rocks, woods, lovely lake and bracing air, Kodaikanal is an ideal hill resort for the tourists. Coonoor is on the toy-train line between Mettupalayam (28 km) and Ooty. A popular pastime is birdwatching, as an extensive variety of birds can be spotted. The main attraction is the Sim's Park, a small well maintained botanical garden that has several varieties of plants. It is about 19kms to the south of Ooty and is accessible by both train and road. Surrounded by Majestic Hills and the plains bordered by colourful sea-shores, fringed with coconut trees and paddy fields, here and there are few elevated patches of red cliffs with undulating valleys and plains between the mountainous terrain and the sea - coast, so closely interwoven with Temples and Churches and other edifices lies the district, 'Kanyakumari'. (The district name is spelled as 'Kanniyakumari' in official records which is in tune with the spoken name of the district in Tamil language
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