Biodiversity in India is its own world, far from humanity alone. You have visited India’s best-known spots, but do not want a wildlife visit.
Kerala is certainly an amazing destination for experiencing the true taste of wildlife, with its numerous magnificent landscapes and natural shows in the land of God.
Kerala has 14 nature reserves, 6 national parks, and 2 reserves for tigers. These shrines are adobe with rare plants and animals. “Those who love nature, everywhere, will find beauty,” Vincent van Gogh once said.
Wake up and get ready on your wild side to visit Kerala honeymoon packages. If you are a fan of wildlife, you will definitely have the wildest experience in Kerala. Here is your wilderness invitation to the best shrines in Kerala! You’re here! You’re here!
Periyar National Park
Periyar National Park is a well-known Pandalam and Cardamom Hills national park, which lies high in the south-western Ghats. The surface area is approximately 777 km2. On the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary Tour, Bengal Tigers, together with various reptile, bird, and butterfly species can be seen. Be part of wildlife adventure events like rafting and jungle safari that attract thousands of wildlife lovers from around the world.
Silent Valley National Park
Established in 1984, this national park was named formerly Sairandhrivanam, nestled on the hills of Nilgiry in Kerala. Here you can find the largest population of endangered lion-tailed masks. The quiet natural park of the Silent Valley forest has plenty of flora and fauna and many faunas including tigers, leopards, elephants and giant squeakers of Malabar. Around 110 species of orchids delight each visitor.
Eravikulam National Park
The highest point in south India is Anamudi, the Eravikulam National Park in Kerala. In this park is home to more Nilgiri Tahr. Tell your wildlife tour to Kerala that the Neelakurinji flowers bloom once every 12 years. In rare earthly and epiphytic orchids and exquisite Wild Balsam, fauna-lovers can also be seen in Nilgiri langurs, leopards and Indian Bison.
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
In 1982 the Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary was established as one of South India’s most famous shrines. Here live elephants, buffalos, wild dogs, horses of sambar, cats of jungle, tiger and wild boar. Many venomous snacks, such as cobras, vipers, kraits, etc. are seen. There are many non-toxic. Birds, like Grey Jungle Fowl, Malabar Grey Hornbill, woodpeckers and bulbous species are also included.
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary
The shrine of Aralam is one of the most beautiful shrines for ecosystems in Kerala. It offers numerous natural tours through Kerala attracting many adventure enthusiasts from around the world. A sanctuary surrounded by tropical, semi-green forests, where elephants, gaurs, sambars, wolverines, barking deers, Nilgiri Langur, Hanuman Langur and Malabar’s Squirrell Giant can find themselves. Unusual butterfly species may also be found in this wildlife sanctuary in Kerala.
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
One of the best wildlife reserves in Kerala, the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the Great Grezzled Cradle in India. The Great Grizzled Squirrel is one of the most endangered species in the world, with fewer than 200 species. All trekking lovers are invited to pump their adrenaline in the wildlife reserve in Kerala. The nature preserve offers view of the surrounding gaurs and elephants. Deer, Sambar, Hanuman Langur and beautiful pavilions can be seen here too.
Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary
Neyyar Dam can be visited for multiple purposes. As a lovely animal hut, this is a perfect picnic spot for families, people, and people alike. The sanctuary is equipped with a deer park, a lion safari park, an observatory, and a restructuring center. Together with the dam in the sanctuary, you can see various fauna species like the tiger, the Asian Elephant, and the slender loris as well as reptiles like Travancore and the King Cobra. Boating with a beautiful view over the region can be enjoyed here.
Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary
Go to the Peechi-Vazhani Sanctuary in Kerala if you want natural beauty. This beautiful sanctuary is situated in the catchment area of the Peechi and the Vazhani Dams. A picnic place allows you to enjoy boating. From this shrine, you can find a panoramic view of the valley at 923 meters high where you can see more than 25 different mammalian species such as sambars, wolves, deer, Indian Bison, and Asian elephants and lions. There are more than 100 species of birds, as well as snakes and lizards.
Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary
Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary offers the best possibilities for walking in the capital. After 5 km, you reach Vazhvanthol from Kannithara to Vithura. The Kannithara tour begins. Everybody has to go to the wildlife sanctuary at Peppara in Kerala, a wonderful experience. In that sanctuary, there are protected animals such as barking wild wildfire, elephants, boar and gaur. In the endangered birds can also be observed White-Bellied Treepie, Malabar Gray Hornbill and Tiny Sunbird. The Peppara Wildlife Shrine was called Peppara Dam.