Planet Green Plantation Resort

Address: Manjilamkoli,Chuzhali, Kalpetta, Kerala, 673121, India | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Kalpetta

      Wayanad district...

      A travel blog entry by wix on Feb 13, 2015

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      ... fascinating to talk to and had such an amazing zest for life. She recommended i visit Ramwashran on the southern coast which of course i later did. I think i uploaded a photo of her already but it's in the iphone photo's upload blog.

      Next morning i left early for a place called Ooty, highest place in Tamil Nadu state and a beautiful hill station some 2000+ metres above sea level....

      ps.. sorry for lack of photo's - just the one from my bus ride to Ooty!
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      Life in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by pdforsyth on Feb 12, 2015

      6 photos

      ... this refilled whenever you like. Because I'm only here for 10 days, I'm on a wellness retreat. Most of the others here are doing the heavy duty Ayurvedic cleanse which requires a 3 to 4 week stay. For some it is their 2nd or 3rd visit here. Most of the guests are women with many coming from France, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Wales and Malaysia. Our one male is Finnish. The mornings start around 5am so we can shower and attend ...

      Muthanga wildlife sanctuary

      A travel blog entry by eganic on Feb 11, 2015

      2 photos

      ... malabar squirrel in the trees; a large red squirrel with a long, bushy tail. Luckily, there were three foreigners in front of us and we decided to share a jeep which cost rs500. This saved us a bit of money. Finally we set off into the sanctuary, seeing a couple of elephants with chains on their front legs first, which wasn't a great sign. We then proceeded to see herds of cute spotted dear akin to bambi. We also saw wild peacocks and a barely ...

      7. Thrissilery

      A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 23, 2014

      63 photos

      ... better and, aware I had some distance to travel in the next couple of days, opted to make inroads asap.

      I said goodbye to everyone (Malayalam for Bye seems to be "Bye-eee!") and then got in a tuk-tuk with Madhu's father, who dropped me at the bus stop and ensured I was off in the right direction.

      I thanked him for everything, ensured the tuk-tuk back to the village was paid for, and waved Bye-eee from the window if the bus for the final ...

      Escape to the hills

      A travel blog entry by mornie99 on Apr 17, 2013

      7 photos

      One week on and at last I'm in new (to me) territory. I took the advice of the incredibly friendly, helpful staff at the Ashwarya Residency, where I stayed in Mysore. So yesterday I came by 'luxury' bus to Kolpetta in the Wayanad District which is a forest reserve, being in the Western Ghats it's cooler, with very lush scenery: vivid green rice paddies, red earth, enormous bamboo ( 10 times the size of the bamboo a BCF) and ...