Periyar Nest Resorts

Address: Rossapokandam, Kumily, Kerala, 685509, India | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B is located on Rossapokandam, Kumily.
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      Garden Hopping in the Spice Hills

      A travel blog entry by jaseross on Jan 19, 2015

      29 photos

      ... a good workout on the quads as we set off out of town and observed the hill we had to climb. My only consolation as we pushed on was the cheerful thought of the downhill return leg.

      As soon as we arrived it became apparent we had picked another winner. Abraham proudly informed us that his garden had featured on the BBC programme Around the World in 80 Gardens with Monty Don. He showed us the first tree planted by his grandfather in 1952. Growing ...

      Brave Adventuring And Fully Justified Fleeing

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 04, 2015

      77 photos

      ... if you think about it, makes a **** load more sense. Turns out they're anti-leech guards and a guide helped me tie them. He pulled the string, looked and me and asked, "Tight?" I nodded and tried not to wince too much. Maybe they work by cutting off the circulation to your lower leg so the leeches would have nothing to suck, even if they did manage to latch on. Yeah. Clever.
      Then we were handed ...

      Kicking Arse, Keralan Style

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 03, 2015

      44 photos

      ... on towards the end of the road, dutifully photographing monkeys along the way. We found out from a bloke who lived in the park because his dad drives a boat on Periyar Lake that the black monkeys are called Nilgiri Langurs, and the white monkeys with the red faces are macaques.

      We found out all on our own that the macaques like to steal things from humans and stuff the things they ...

      2014 draws to a close

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Dec 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... a local man with a good knowledge of the fauna and flora. It must also be frustrating having tourists arrive who were disappointed by not seeing many animals. It is very different from the African Savannah where the animals are in large herds and easy to spot. Here they disappear under the trees and probably spent most of their time in the many hectares not open to human visitors. By now our early start was catching up with us now so we found the jeep and ...

      In search of tigers

      A travel blog entry by j0dibr00k on Nov 07, 2014

      12 photos

      ... long or folded in half until I get to the ticket booth. Once there we queue for our official ticket which will give us the seat number and boat. Then as we try to get on the boats we are told we need a camera permit and need to go back to the same window we just came from. So now there is a queue going in both directions. The guy in front asks who wants camera tickets and collects our money and buys them all together to try and save some time, so much for ...