Green Berg Resort

Nadukani, Kulamavu PO, Idukki, Kerala, 685601, India | 3 star ranch
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This 3 star ranch is located on Nadukani, Kulamavu PO, 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 ...

    We are back birding

    A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Feb 13, 2013

    1 photo

    ... diversion to see a bird; that's right, just one bird. On the way to see this bird, the Sri Lankan Frogmouth, we passed a very nice house which Sudheesh proudly proclaimed to be his parents house; we then proceeded to see the bird a little further up the track. This bird is rare, very difficult to find and fabulous so we were happy with the diversion.
    And 4 years on, here we were staying at his parents house. This story has more chapters though...
    Janet, the lady ...

    From sea level to tropical jungle at 300 metres

    A travel blog entry by catoneill on Nov 12, 2012

    19 photos

    ... both an alcohol drink and food for elephants, one sandalwood tree (the only one on Bebi Matthew's property - fearfully expensive, very slow growing and subject to a preservation order once they reach a certain size. No wonder it is so expensive. We saw mango trees, papaya trees, pineapple groves, tapioca trees, coffee trees.
    We come across Babu at work - the man in charge of 600 rubber trees that are tapped every other day. From 6 - 8 he goes round 300 ...

    Munnar

    A travel blog entry by diannezim on Mar 23, 2012

    51 photos

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    On a different day we took a day trip to the Guruvaynor Sree Krishna Temple. Unfortunately, non- Hindus are not allowed inside, but it was an amazing place to see so many devotees patiently waiting for services to start. This was another opportunity to see many elephants, as they are used in certain religious ceremonies. I have to say they often have a doleful look about them, but when they are being washed they definitely look like it’s a highlight of ...