People eager for tourism in Periyar are a delightful place to live off their stress-free life with a lush greenery, quiet, atmosphere as if nature has decorated itself with their hands, because here you have to visit the famous wildlife sanctuary. Get here away from the Shaur Sharab, you can spend good days feeling the presence of peace and excitement in the middle of the forest and there is a lot of flowers, here it is considered to be the best place in the glorious land in Southern India. Where there is a lot of flowering gardens. This land is also famous for the planting of beauty rich Riyar spices.
The place with its natural treasures, floating clouds touching the mountains and great climate make it a popular, as well as secluded place to spend your honeymoon days.
Periyar National Park and Tiger Reserve, located in the southern state of Kerala, is one of the most captivating wildlife parks in the world, famous for its elephant and tiger populations. The park is perfect for wildlife photography, with many wild animals and birds. Filled with lakes, temples and other tourist spots, the park is one of the better managed wildlife sanctuaries in the country and is a national park as well as being a protected tiger reserve.
The weather here ranges between 21 ° C and 31 ° C with high humidity levels from April to June. And in addition to this, the monsoon season is heavy in August to July and the winter is from October to March with temperatures ranging from 19 ° C to 21 ° C which is very cold and pleasant. That is why it is considered best to visit the park from October to April. Periyar is today one of the most exciting biosphere reserves in the country with a large variety of flora and fauna.
Monitor lizards can be seen amidst rocky swings along the lake, here pythons, king cobras and flying lizards can also be seen. Also, about 260 species of birds can be found in Periyar. They also include darters, cormorants, ibis, gray herons, mynas, flycatchers, orioles, wooden pigeons, kingfishers, kites, osprey, thrushes, and blue winged parakeets. There are some tribal villages around Periyar, which are worth seeing.
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