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Traveller Tales from Kerala
25 May 2015
My money spent on this trip was totally worth it and i strongly recommend this as a holiday point for you.Especially i liked that ride on the houseboat, which is a typical and very famous tourist attra
11 April 2014
It feels special to go for such an adventurous trip with your friends and family. This sanctuary lies in conjugation with Peechi-Vazhani wildlife of kerala and Parambikulam wildlife sanctuary. Very nic
12 July 2014
We were surprised to see such an awesome views from the same point, those wild animals and the magnificent mountains will definitely steal your heart.....this place has a great variety of Flora and fau
12 May 2015
The enchanting of birds kept our trekking adventure fresh. Our trek started from the silent valley in Munnar which is a fabulous place.
15 August 2013
There is some magic in the hills of Munnar, that caught our attention, trull the place is the best holiday destination for all. When we were entering Munnar we saw endless gardens of coffee and it was ...
16 March 2015
My three days trip to munnar hills is unforgettable....It was my first trekking expedition ever and i completed it with so ease and comfort ... And all thanks goes to our tour guide who were very exper...
14 September 2014
The spectacular views are quite enogh to steal your heart... Definately Munnar is the favourite hotspot of trekkers and other tourists...While trekking we also reached Mattupetty hills and then discove...
15 March 2014
There are some point which are really difficult to embark upon in Munnar hills. Our camp point is quite near to the Munnar town. Before starting the trekking we need to book the treks in Forest departm...
11 November 2015
This trip was my anniversary gift, and last month i went there with my wife, it was such an awesome experience to spend some quality time in kerala area. Everything was just perfect from management to
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You can go for trekking tours in Kerala anytime as the verdant hillocks always exhibit mind-blowing vistas. Though, if you wish to hike the trails of Kerala then the best time is right after the monsoons as at this time the environs are all green and the aura is just beyond one's imagination. If you are making a visit with your folks then travel at the best time to make memories for a lifetime.
Talking about the safety in Kerala, you will be amazed to know that this place is absolutely safe every time and one can visit the attractions or can hike up the trails anytime. Holding a wide array of trekking places in Kerala, it is frequented by travelers all through the year.
Make sure you wear proper sports attire and comfortable sports shoes so that the trekking becomes easy for you. The only thing to keep in mind is that your clothes should be well-fitted and very comfortable so that you don’t face any kind of discomfort due to its fabric. One more thing to keep in mind is to carry minimum things, specifically only the necessary ones so that you need not to carry heavy bags while you trek. Don’t forget to keep the raincoat as it might rain anytime!
With an umpteen number of trekking trails Kerala owns, ranging from easy to the strenuous one. Treks like Chithirapuram and Lakshmi Hill treks are a little difficult but there are several easy treks like Idukki and Chummar treks. Apart from these, if you wish to challenge yourself and try something offbeat and arduous then you can also go for the Chokramudi and Kannan Devan Hill treks are pretty difficult and are well-suited for frequent trekkers.
Yes, if you book a package which includes these services then you can get both the amenities food as well as drinking water. But most of the times it is advised to take a substantial amount of light snacks and drinkable water with yourself. While you explore the trekking places in Kerala, it is important to keep yourself hydrated.
Here you can find variable types of treks ranging from simple to really difficult ones and the fitness level is absolutely dependent on the type of trekking trail. Speaking about the fitness level basic good stamina is indeed important but rest it depends on the will power of an individual. Most of the trekking trails of Kerala are doable.
Trekking in Kerala in monsoons can get a little difficult as the region receives abundance of rains leading to overflowing reservoirs and beaches. Though some of the trekkers who just love trekking, even traverse the trails in the monsoon season with the optimum amount of trekking gears.
With an abundance of trekking places in Kerala, here one can witness uplands like Anamudi, Chithirapuram, Lakshmi Hill, Idukki, Chummar, Kannan Devan Hill and several others which will put you under a spell with its panoramic views. These treks are ranging from really simple to extremely difficult ones, you can choose your kind of trek as this state has a vast bucket of trekking options.
The highest peak for trekking in Kerala is Anamudi peak which is a segment of the western ghats and is toured by the travelers from both near and far. Here you can hike up the bewildering trails of Anamudi and gaze at the picture-perfect displays its extents. This verdant hillock exhibits alluring landscapes and has the literal meaning “elephant's forehead.” It is located at an altitude if 2,695 m.
Yes, you can go for both, camping as well as trekking in Kerala. Here you can experience all types of camp stays as it has a variety of them. You can enjoy a camp experience right in the centre of the Wayanad’s Jungles or can enjoy camping in a tea estate filled with soothing air of fresh tea leaves aroma, which is worth a whiff! Apart from these, you can also witness camping under the starlit sky at Munnar. Heard about the Tiger trail? Here you can experience both, camping as well as trekking at once.
Speaking about the safety levels of Kerala, you will be amazed to know that this place is absolutely safe every time and one can visit the attractions or hike up the trails anytime. Be it a group tour or a solo one, it is safe for both the cases. Owning an exclusive array of trekking places in Kerala, it is frequented by travellers all through the year.
With a wide range of things to do in Kerala, it is famed as the “God’s Own Land”. Here you can witness elephant bathing in Kodanad, houseboat of Alleppey, soak-in the charm of village life, go for a Shikara rides in Alappuzha, gaze at the snake boats, and a lot more. Also, here you can enjoy a stay at the lush green treehouse or can luxuriate at the world-class hotels and resorts. Heard about the authentic Kerala tea? Here you whiff the fresh aura of the tea estate and can also witness its production at the tea factories. At Kerala, you can take a glimpse of the architectural marvels namely Fort Kochi, Ettumanoor Mahadeva temple, and several other splendid temples and churches.