Chinnar Plantation Bungalow

Semni Valley Estate, Idukki, Kerala, 685501, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Semni Valley Estate, Idukki.
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Travel Blogs from Idukki

Qween of mist

A travel blog entry by vagamon on Jul 15, 2014

... Winter : - Site Seeing, Trekking, Evening Programme (October to January)

Summer: - Adventure tourism, Trekking, off road trucking, gliding etc.

Site Seeing, Boat Ride, Camp fire, Barbecue, jungle safari etc. (February to May)


Open Jeep

A travel blog entry by prajeshprasad on Dec 26, 2013

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It was an open jeep which had no power steering. The roads were curvy and dangerous. We had a site visit at an upcoming resort on top of a hill called Panchalimedu. There were hills all around and it was getting cold. The silence at this spot was invigorating. The headlights of local buses on a far away hill seemed like fireflies moving around. A question arose in my mind - If God is staying above, how does He feel while looking down at his ...

I'm on a boat

A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi on Mar 23, 2013

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... the side of the rode for English lessons!!!!" We felt really sorry for Ashok because its not his fault he was hired as an English speaking tour guide and driver... He stopped stressing out and now he's alllll gooood :) Arrived in Alleppey to find out we hadn't been booked on a houseboat as promised. I called the Delhi office who sounded really scared of me haha they didn't mention anything about the email though just said they'd sort the houseboat. Next thing ya know ...

From sea level to tropical jungle at 300 metres

A travel blog entry by catoneill on Nov 12, 2012

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... day ends at 4pm so just before 4 we climbed down (Krysia gave me her shoulder to lean on and then Matthew came along to take her place.) We reached the bottom just in time before the heavens opened and it started to rain. However, it was short but sweet and soon we were making a stop to view a small Hindu temple and admire a wonderful if misty view back towards the coast.
Back at the house we have quiet time in our room before dinner. Another copious ...


A travel blog entry by diannezim on Mar 23, 2012

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I am always intensely curious about the daily lives of the people I see in the different countries we visit, and going on a houseboat down the backwaters (canals) of Kerela gave me a peek into the lifestyle of the people who live along the waterways. We observed families fishing, bathing, and doing their laundry in the water. There were temples, churches and stores dotted along the shore. The canals were filled with other houseboats with tourists, but also water ...

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