Niraamaya Retreats Cardamom Club Thekkady

Address: V & V Estate, Thekkady, Kerala, 685509, India | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on V & V Estate, Thekkady.
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      Travel Blogs from Thekkady

      2 classic Kerala art forms

      A travel blog entry by ayushiyer on Dec 19, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... is an ancient dance form of Kerala. It has no speaking; all the speaking is done with body language and hand gestures. It is performed only by boys and includes very heavy makeup. The interesting thing is that even the female parts are played by men. See video 2. Just the makeup takes 3-4 hours to put on! Personally, I think that all of the makeup is a little creepy, but the dance itself is very unique and different. I can’t wait for our elephant ride tomorrow! ...

      Rubber and spice plantations of Thekkady

      A travel blog entry by shareddi on May 26, 2013

      168 photos

      My beautiful friend Carmen and travel companion had the following to say about our drive and stay in rubber and spice plantations of Thekkady Kerala: kady.php

      After our visit to the Temple we continued to enjoy our drive as our scenery changed from the hustle – bustle of the plains to the lush-green tea, rubber and spice plantations of Thekkady. Thekkady, in Kerala State, is considered a heaven ...

      In and around Thekkady

      A travel blog entry by sue1953 on Feb 07, 2013

      ... Returned back to the hotel for a short break then back to the Tiger Park for a 2hr trek, amazing! Saw Indian squirrels munching on jack fruit, 5 elephants munching on bamboo, various birds then back home for a swim, a rest before dinner Walked down to the Spice Farm and had a beer before dinner then stayed for a buffet which was very good. Came home and started reading a last! ...

      A Most Magical Day

      A travel blog entry by stortney on Mar 07, 2012

      56 photos

      ... they moved on. The guide told us he only sees them around twice a month despite doing three treks at the park every day and it was always very special to see them. There were two babies in the herd, one of which was only a month old. We saw feeding time and an attempted wash time. It was magical. They looked so natural, happy and peaceful and we both feel so so lucky to have seen elephants in the ...

      As we went up hill, things went down hill

      A travel blog entry by samcage1 on Jan 01, 2012

      5 photos

      ... the question, another "head wobble", absolutely impossible! On the other hand India is very different to the survival programmes. In the survival programmes they easily work their way through dense wilderness whereas in India it is extremely difficult to navigate through the shear vast amounts of people. One clear difference is the scenery; Kerala is meant to be one of the most beautiful parts of India, however, usually next to the incredible view is a pile of sh*t.