Elephant Court

Address: Kumily, Kerala, 685 536, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in Kumily.
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Travel Blogs from Kumily

Sicky Nicky

A travel blog entry by lick on Feb 05, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... and herbs and spices in the garden, and best of all lots of trees to climb. Our next task of the day was getting from Kumily to Alleppey. We didn't end up getting the bus to Kottayam until quite late and nearly missed our connecting boat ride to Alleppey. The tuktuk driver kept telling us we weren't going to make it as the bridge was closed so there was a big diversion.We decided that even if we missed it we could just stay in a guest house near the jetty and just ...

Animal Safari

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 11, 2014

6 photos

... traditional Indian and once again is very good. Then we have the choice of a long or short trek, we are told the long trek 3 hours is 12 Kim's. We find this hard to believe so decide to do the long trek as the short one is only 1.5 hours. We cross the lake and head upwards into the jungle. The pace is very slow and we are constantly stopping to look at plants or small animals etc. About an hour in the guide suggests we have. 2 routes again a short and long, the short is 3 km ,the long ...

30th November - Alleppey, Kottayam, Kumily

A travel blog entry by omclintock on Nov 30, 2013

3 photos

... He then walked us to his place and gave us a room for 750 rupees per night. We then quickly booked ourselves a cooking class for that night, a jungle safari for the next day, a massage for the next night, and a day in the tea and spice plantations for the day after. We were willing to spend about £55 each on these activities. Our bad luck came quickly as our cooking class had been cancelled due to a big group taking the ...

An elephant filled weekend

A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan on Jul 19, 2013

... After a breakfast of kings (local pizza), the afternoon wildlife is much more note worthy. We jumped into some tuk tuks and headed to a Elephant sanctuary. There we spent the afternoon having elephant rides (i had to go side saddle as i'm just not flexible enough to do the splits while trying to hold on for dear life), getting to feed these amazing animals and generally having a wicked time. Its the first time I've really been up close and ...

Jeep Safari

A travel blog entry by katieh1124 on Apr 24, 2013


... tree to another. Then a 2 hour trek with a great guide (a friend of Peter's) who had a small operation on his face yesterday and so had dressing on it, but because Peter called (as he wanted to check I had best guide and because I am on my own he trusts this friend), he made him come into do the tour. I felt so bad! So i gave him a good tip. There were lots of leaches so we had to wear these funny sock things over socks and trousers so ...