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Things to Do in Thekkady

 
  • 01Kathakali and Kalaripayattu Performances in Thekkady

    Kathakali and Kalaripayattu Performances in Thekkady
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    About the Activity:

    Experience Kerala’s glorious skilled forms of art. Kathakali and Kalaripayattu are two strong pillars upon which the state’s art and culture heritage rests. On this two hours experience, you’ll witness these forms in full bloom being performed in front of your very own eyes. It is nothing short of a gripping episode.

    This tour has two time slots, 5pm or 7pm. Over two hours, it takes you through an enthralling experience of captivating performances by well-trained and brilliantly talented artists from Kalamandalam, an art school. Loose yourself in the ancient dance-drama form of Kathakali. Be amazed at the flexibility and agility of Kalari artists as they showcase astonishing forms of self-defense through Kalaripayattu. 

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    Things to Do in Thekkady

    Thekkady is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Kerala and is renowned for the Periyar forest which is home to one of the finest wildlife reserves in India. The verdant destination of Thekkady is bestowed with picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for adventure enthusiasts to indulge in.Programs like nature walk, jungle jeep safari, elephant safari, bamboo rafting, boating, plantation tours, trekking, plantation tours and jungle camp are major things to do in Thekkady. One can even watch the rarest of birds, butterflies and other wildlife in these programs. Commonly sighted animals include elephants, Nilgiri langur, gaurs, sloth bears and Giant Squirrel.

    In Thekkady, one also gets the opportunity to revel in the scintillating performances of the classical dance form of Kathakali and Kalaripayattu, an Indian marshal art form.