In Tamilnadu, Madurai is a historic location. There are many legends in Madurai City, in many ancient scriptures, like Silapathigaram, Meenaktchi Tamil, and much more, this ancient city has been stated. It is a large belief that Madurai was the center of Sangam Tamil literature and that three famous Tamil Sangams were commemorated here according to the Puranas. Madurai served as the capital of the Pandians and the town of Madurai flourished under their rule. King Thirumalai Nayak, who contributed a great deal to the fields of art and architecture, is another praiseworthy ruler of Madurai. Madurai now stands proudly as one of Tamilnadu's top four cities. While it has modernized a lot, it still clings to the ancient ways that this lovely city specializes.
Trip to Thekkady
The first place to find the best places to visit in Thekkady is your quest. Periyar National Park's thick evergreen forest, with its deciduous trees and lush green flora, can enchant anyone. With the inherent beauty of nature, the protected area deThekkady is renowned in Kerala for its Periyar National Park, one of India's largest wildlife reserves. The park lies in the districts of Idukki and Pathanamthitta in Kerala, on the banks of a lake formed by the construction of the Mullaperiyar dam. A tiger reserve was proclaimed in 1978 by the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.
The rare opportunity to observe and photograph wild elephants from nearby quarters is offered by this sanctuary. When you are in Thekkady, take a Periyar Lake cruise. You can also hike to the ancient temple of Mangala Devi, situated within the reserve. For nature lovers, jungle walks with the help of a local guide are also enjoyable. One can also go to the popular Ayurveda massages and visit plantations of tea and cardamom that dot the city .avoid of human interference pulsates. You'll be delighted to see wildlife packed with elephants, deer, Nilgiri langurs, and sambars that live peacefully in their natural environment. In the wildlife sanctuary in Thekkady, the thrilling safari takes you very close to their unperturbed life. Periyar National Park also houses a tiger reserve that gives adventure lovers a chance to trek. The chance of seeing an Indian tiger up close makes the trip very interesting.
Things to do in Thekkady
Periyar lake : To the extent that it almost eclipses the fame of the wildlife sanctuary, Periyar lake is so exotic. A unique view of the wildlife is offered by the boat cruise through Thekkady's placid backwater. It is typically the children who love more than their parents the fun-filled journey. However, if you have a taste for bird watching, uncommon species such as the Malabar Grey Hornbill and the Nilgiri Wood Pigeon can be found resting comfortably on the logs that stand alone in the lake. It will interest you to learn that while constructing the Mullaperiyar dam, the lake was artificially built. The pristine lake is reminiscent of the great human effort that the gravity dam took to construct.
Kumily : Kumily is a traditional village in Kerala that is renowned for its hospitality. The region's peaceful landscapes will relax your nerves and blot away all your worries. Taking a ride along the winding path between the densely growing green vegetation and small hills is a cheerful experience. Some tourist packages to Thekkady also give you options for buying souvenirs and enjoying Kerala's indigenous spicy foods.
Hiking to the Frontier : Border hiking, a trekking program carried out in the wilderness, is provided by various agencies and also by the region's Forest Service.
Anakkara : Between Munnar and Thekkady, Anakkara is sandwiched and is steadily becoming a premier tourist destination. The village offers immersive guided tours that provide a walk around the region and scenic views of beautiful waterfalls along with lush green plantations of different spices. From the little shops scattered around the city, you can buy new, high-quality spices. Or purchase intricate handicraft pieces in a traditional way made by local artists.
Chellarkovil : Chellarkovil is renowned for its greenish mountains, picturesque beauty, and cascading waterfalls. The destination is located approximately 1200 meters above sea level. When you hit Chellarkovil, you'll feel like you've been waiting to visit this place for a long time. Chellarkovil is situated 15 km north of Kumily and Thekkady.
National Park Periyar, With its eco-tourism program, the charming village stands out. A variety of community-based eco-tourism initiatives have been initiated at this site. The eco-tourism project was initiated in 2008 with the assistance of the Cooperative Eco-Tourism Centre of Chellarkovil, with minimum support from the State Department of Eco-tourism and Forests. The project was initiated by the villagers here.
Ayurvedics : Ayurveda Revitalizes and rejuvenates the body and soul of the mind, a traditional ayurvedic therapy that is practiced and tailored to meet guest needs.
Munnar holds the key to making the best tea and spices in India. Munnar's enchanting hills have the spellbinding effect of a lush and quiet setting around them. This must-visit spot. And this hill station also has its own legacy when it comes to the roots of tea. At the Tea Museum, tourists can see the genesis and development of tea. The museum houses photos, machinery, and numerous other items that address the past and origin of the Munnar tea plantation. In addition, one of the best ways to see the best places in Munnar is by taking a bike tour of the area.
Echo Point : It is fun to hear your voice reverberate around the attraction again and again as you scream. The confluence of three mountain ranges, Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala, is marked by Echo Point. You can enjoy a quiet stroll around the gentle slopes of the hills here, or go boating in the lake's serene waters. For birdwatchers, Echo Point is a paradise, as many native birds can be seen here. You can also see a few shops selling local items from the hill station on the outskirts of the attraction.
Top Station : It is the highest point to enjoy the panoramic view of the majestic Western Ghats and the valley of the Theni District of Tamil Nadu in Munnar (1700 m). The ruins of Ropeway Li can still be found
Sanctuary of Chinnar Wildlife : A myriad of medicinal plants are stored in Chinnar, and as the habitat for tortoise starters.. You will observe flora and fauna in its natural environment, untouched by the clamor of the region, as it is a government-protected enclosure.
Morning pick up from Madurai.
On the way Breakfast.
Then proceed towards Theni.
Proceed to visit Theni top most sightseeing such as Suruli falls, Visiting 1008 Sivalinga temple and Grape Garden.
Then proceed towards Thekkady.
Hotel Check In.
At evening, we can see Kerala cultural art forms such as kathakali and Kalari.
Overnight stay @ Hotel –Thekkady.
After fresh up and breakfast check out the hotel.
After fresh up and experiencing an excellent boating in Thekkady Lake.
Proceed to visit Thekkady sightseeing such as Elephant Ride, Spice Garden ,etc..,
Proceeding towards Munnar.
Hotel Check In.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Munnar.
At Early morning refreshing walk in tea plantation garden.
After fresh up and breakfast check out the hotel.
Proceeding to visit Munnar major attractions such as Mattupetty and Kundala dams.
Proceeding to visit Varaiyadu, Echo Point, Spice garden, etc.,
After that proceeding to Aanai Irankal dam. There you can enjoy Boat riding.
Then proceed towards Madurai.
Finally drop @ Madurai.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*)
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *