Located beautifully amidst dense forests, Thekkadi is a place generously blessed with flora and fauna. The city is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Kerala in Idukki district of its own country. It is a one-stop destination for passengers who want bamboo rafting, plantation tours, hiking, boating and nature walks. Periyar National Park is the main attraction of this beautiful place. You can see other large mammals such as hands and herds and deer in their natural habitat while boating on Lake Periyar. Famous for coffee and spice plantations, murikdi, at 5 kms from Thekadi and you can also go to Chelar Kovil for its magnificent jharno and jharno. Periyar National Park is the main attraction of this beautiful place.
Murikaddy, famous for coffee and spice plantations, is located at 5kms from Thekadi. You can also go to Chelar Kovil for its magnificent springs and springs. Aklink is well connected to the nearest cities of Kerala and Tamil Nadu by road. The best time to visit this place is between the months of October and February. The Kadathandan Kalari Kendra located on Thekkadi Road, Kumili, it is famous for Kalaripyattu martial arts (self-defence type of martial arts).
This martial arts form is done in a designed gallery designed given the safety of the audience. It is famous for Kalaripyattu martial arts (self-defence type of martial arts) on Thekkadi Road, Kumili. Chelercoville Chellarcoville is a small village famous for its amazing natural scenery such as gargling waterfalls and lush green landscapes. Thekkady is considered to be a paradise for natural spices such as pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and cloves. Located on the outskirts of the Kumili Periyar Sanctuary, the village is famous for its extensive plantation of various exotic Indian spices. The Mangala Devi temple has been at an altitude of 1337 m above sea level and in the traditional Kerala style of architecture. Visitors are allowed to visit the temple on the day of Chitra Pourami Festival.
Some other scenic spots to visit in Thekkadi are Kurisumala, Pulumedu, Ramkalmedu, Pandikuhi, Vandanamedu and Vandipiyar. Unlike other wildlife sanctuaries, Thekkady is known for its dense evergreen, semi-evergreen, savanna grassland and moist deciduous forests. While visiting this place, you can easily see herds of elephants, tigers, sambhar, gaur, nilgiri langurs and lion-tailed macas. In addition, Theked is also known to be a paradise for natural spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon and cloves. Many restaurants in Therkadi are served continental dishes along with Kerala.
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