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

Blooming Paradise

A travel blog entry by mktravels on Nov 10, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... tourists paid 6.75p each.

Decisions don't happened quickly in India, and as all elephant activities are still suspended, we achieved our elephant fix by taking a stroll up to Elephant Junction to watch a dozen elephants getting fed and watered.

Late evening and storms are heading our way. We are at the very back end of the monsoon season so we are taking shelter tonight in our rather nice hotel called Blooming ...

Cochin and Periyar

A travel blog entry by tproke on Feb 20, 2013

3 photos

... While in Periyar we are staying at The Lake Palace which is the only hotel inside the park. The hotel is the former hunting lodge of the Maharaja Travancore it has 6 rooms and as I type this I am sitting on the veranda looking out over the lake. Every few minutes I look up to see if any animals have come down to the water to drink, only some wild boar so far. Later on this morning we are going on a boat cruise of the lake and tomorrow we are going on a ...

The Tiger That Came For Tea (And Spices)

A travel blog entry by maxandclare on Dec 13, 2012

12 photos

... and I'm glad it was like this rather than some 'tamed' versions, as it can be hard to know which are well treated and which aren't.. Other than elephants, we saw bison, a multitude of monkeys and a hornbill. Hornbills look a bit like toucans (to my very inexpert eye) and they're really big. I'd never actually HEARD a bird's wings flapping before. Sounded as i would expect a pterodactyl flying to sound. For the benefit of Dave, I ...

Periyar

A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Jan 19, 2012

... and a lower deck. It probably seats about 150 people. The smaller ones seat less than 50. They come around to make sure we have our life preservers on and that they are properly fastened. They are very meticulous about this. I learn later, from Mr. Cyriac, that one of these boats capsized in September, 2009 and 45 people died. A British couple staying at Pepper County was on the boat when it capsized. They helped to save a number of other ...

The Beautiful Gundu

A travel blog entry by kittyemma on Dec 28, 2011

27 photos

... that we hit the ground running, and put is in the capable hands of his nephew, Ranesh and his TukTuk! Clearly, a local -he knew not only the best places off the beaten track, but he knew what Westerners' requirements are - so his first stop was a bar! Here we picked up a couple of bottles of beer some wine and then headed on up the hill to the most spectacular view point. Kitty, with her beer and camera and Emma with her glass of dry white and her sketchbook - ...