Periyar House

Address: Thekkady, Idukki, Kerala, 685536, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Thekkady, Idukki.
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Travel Blogs from Idukki

Out of the city - Periyar wildlife Park

A travel blog entry by philippastevens on Feb 11, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... lake was formed just over 100 years ago as a result of a dam. The boat navigated through massive trunks of a drowned forest. At the edge of the lake was about 100 m of grassland edging very dense forest. Along the edge of the lake we could see lots of wild animal footprints. We did see a range of birds, deer, black monkeys, and a herd of elephants in the distance. At the turn around point, there were a couple of elephants grazing in the ...

I'm on a boat

A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi on Mar 23, 2013

35 photos

... in our voice. He offered us kingfisher for 200 rupees (150 is the most we've paid so far in India) "ok but just one" we said "what about two" he replied "no no just one" "no get two" "we cant afford" "you should get two" "but we want one" "I can sell you two" "so you have two but you don't have one" "yes that's correct" "how can you not sell us one of the two" "too much hassle" "where exactly are these beers?" "Get two." "Can we get one" "no" "why not" "we have ...

From sea level to tropical jungle at 300 metres

A travel blog entry by catoneill on Nov 12, 2012

19 photos

... 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 ...

'Simba! Stampede in the gorge"

A travel blog entry by beckiboo on Feb 09, 2012

7 comments, 8 photos

... doing either, however we do spend every morning wandering around the lanes following the sound of a bell trying to find the temple elephant which supposedly gets walked in the mornings (I think the rough guide lied).

The morning we finally decide - 'This is it - here comes the yoga' We get there too late so just sit on the cliff watching the waves then out of nowhere (well the sea) we see some dolphins. Amazing. There a bit like seeing a shooting star - its like 'oh wow, ...

Kumily, Jungle, Tea and The Accident

A travel blog entry by fero_vrskovy on Jan 14, 2011

2 comments, 31 photos

... in the sun on the rock and I assume just slithers away when it’s ready. It was a great hike, although proving once again that I need to quickly get in better shape for trekking in NZ. Our guide, like his father and grandfather, was born in Kumily and, instead of being in school, he was walking in the jungle and learning about it from his father. Most everyone we have met lives in or very near the place that they were born. When we ...