Thekkady Wild Corridor
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... to India so much. In a way, like the common granite stones, we have all been changed and elevated in some way today.
After checking in at our beautiful hotel in Thekkady, we proceed to Periyar National Park - a tiger reserve and wildlife sanctuary. We enjoy an hour-long boat cruse on a man-made lake in the park (created by a dam), and have some great wildlife sightings. This evening we enjoy a dance performance at the hotel followed by ...
... 8217;re used in cooking to lower fat in meat-bashed dishes, describes nutmeg and its floral component mace as the “amazing spice” due to its curative nature for both stomach ache and insomnia, rubs a piment leave into our hand with the rich fragrance of all-spice and gives us fresh pepper pods to eat which taste beautiful, developing a zingy, hot heat in the mouth. But the miracle is turmeric. I’ve known for years that its active ingredient is incredible – ...
... is Vagamon moon hill. Meditation rock is located and the
Red Eagle also see here. The lord Krishna used this mountain with cattle and virgin
women as rest place for him. In all full moon day divine celebration will be occurred.
... officer, who guided us. Our expectations had been tempered by all the warnings, which may have added to how amazing the hike ended up being.
We saw a raucous troop of langur monkeys leaping through the treetops. These were black langurs with golden manes, rather than the white furred langurs we had seen previously. We also saw the local giant squirrel, which doesn't sound exciting, but really is. It's a rare sighting, and we saw ...
... Tiger Reserve, where we spent a great day with the rangers. There were 12 tourists, an armed guard, and 6 other rangers, and we started on hiking through the park then continued by bamboo raft.
Another hike, lunch, a rest, then back again, and so far the only new wildlife we had seen was ...