Saj Jungle Village

Address: Mangaladevi Road, near Amalambika School, Thekkady, Kerala, 685509, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mangaladevi Road, near Amalambika School, Thekkady.
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Travel Blogs from Thekkady

Hunting the wild elephant

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jan 17, 2014

11 photos

... our guide) that the elephants had arrived. We hustled back to the lodge, and sure enough, across the lake was a herd of seven Indian elephants.

While waiting around for the elephants, we watched the ever amusing monkeys in the area. We have seen a monkey sit nonchalantly on the top of an exit gate and snatch a bag of snacks from the backpack of a fellow walking by. And today, a monkey ripped the side mirror off a car ...

Unwinding at Thekkady after hectic trekking

A travel blog entry by girirajkumar on Oct 01, 2012

26 photos

... Rs 150/person (Soon the online booking will be launched)

There is an additional ticket for still camera, camcorder etc.

The main attraction of the tiger reserve is the boating. Kerala forest department and tourism department has few boats for this purpose. They issue ticket in advance of 1 hours for each trip. The first trip is at 7:30 AM which is very good for animal sighting. The last one is at 3:30 which ends at 5 PM in the ...

'Simba! Stampede in the gorge"

A travel blog entry by beckiboo on Feb 09, 2012

7 comments, 8 photos

... we just didnt know where to look. We attempted to find out what it was about and all we made out was 'Elephant, Temple, Party'. At one point me and Rach get caught up in the middle of the procession on the walk to the temple and it was so surreal, behind us (and so close probably about a meter) is one elephant, same for in front, next to us is men playing the drums, on the other side women holding candles - sensory overload big time, but just phenomenal. However I did think at one point ...

Chillin with Some Amazing People

A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Jan 21, 2012

... later, after Graham had finished and lived through them. They now travel for a number of months during the winter. I believe are in India this time for 6 weeks. They have been here a number of times before. Listening to the tales of their adventures was like listening to a book. Pat told of some of the bus trips she took through India with one of her sons and his girlfriend who had budgeted only 5 pounds a day, I think she said. Graham spoke of ...

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 ...