Valpara is a pristine destination full of gleaming streams, sleepy valleys, rolling grasslands, wildlife sanctuaries and majestic dams. It’s a mesmerising land full of beauty. Athirapally waterfalls are known as the Niagara of India. The majestic falls cascade down the lush green forest beating a magical tapestry. The surroundings of the waterfalls are home to rare Great Indian Hornbill, Nilgiri Langur and lion-tailed Macaque. A short drive takes you to Vazhachal falls offers you a panoramic view and a perfect backdrop for photos. Peringalkuthu dam is a beauty hidden deep in the jungle. A trip amidst the tree guardians of the dense forest showing you to the core of the jingle life. Unwind your mind and body to the rhythm of nature and let the music of the forest seep into your soul.
On the way to Marayoor Sholayar and upper sholayar dam stand among the undulating hillocks, rolling grasslands and refreshing nature. The unparalleled beauty of the wild spreads hand in hand with the velvet green spreads of the tree plantation. The lush green surrounding gives a rich hue to the water in the dam. The dam bridling Sholayar is a majestic view can be appreciated from afar. Drive along with the carpeted greens of tea plantations in Malakkapara. Visit the Aliyar dam famous for its picnic spot along the side of the Aliyar dam. Enjoy a sumptuous meal with your family while cherishing the mind blowing views. Amaravathi crocodile farm is a daring spot where you can closely watch crocodiles. Build as a research facility in the 1970s all kinds of crocodile breeds can be seen here.
Outlined by two mighty rivers-Chinnar and Pembayar lies the Chinnar wildlife sanctuary. Chinnar is home to panthers, Nilgiri Tahr, spotted deer, 240 variety of birds and magical land of butterflies. It’s a jungle book experience that you have at Chinnar. Scotland of India, Munnar, welcomes you to her enchanting kingdom. The rolling hillocks adorned by tea plantations, rare wildlife, rich flora and fauna. Land perfect for adventure junkies and nature enthusiasts. Eravikulam National Park houses the rare Nilgiri Tahr, rare flora and fauna. The walk through the national park is an enriching experience.
Munnar flower gardens house the rarest flowers and the cactus collection in the gardens is an amazing sight. The flower bed arrangements and the sitting areas in the garden flatter your mind into the world of poetry. Mattupetty dam is the centre for wild elephants and many rare species who thrive by drawing water from the reservoir. Kundala valley that houses the Kundala dam is home to the rare Neelakurinji flowers and the view from the top station is breathtaking.
Cochin, Queen of Arabian sea welcomes you to its cosmopolitan culture. The land where every foreign explorer landed and left back their footprints in the architecture, culture and food. The Hill Palace Museum and Folklore Museum is an ideal spot for the young souls to understand Keralian heritage and its grandeur. The palace speaks of age-old histories of Kerala leaders and the Folklore museum speaks of the Keralian life. The Jew Street, Synagogue, Dutch Palace, Chinese Fishing nets, St. Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica etc all speak of the foreign influence on the city. Go shopping on the broadway of the city and buy yourself gifts and handicraft.
Call your Kerala tour agency to book your tour packages to the land immersed in natural beauty.