- ADVENTURE TOURISM IN INDIA
Kerala – known as “God’s own Country’ – is blessed with diverse geographical features that facilitate numerous adventure activities like camping, rafting, hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, wildlife safaris, parasailing and a whole lot more. With its mesmerizing mix of dense forests, colossal mountains, exotic backwaters, and rippling rivers, Kerala attracts nature lovers and adventurists from across the globe. The people of Kerala are known for their warm hospitality and helpful nature. They have always welcomed visitors warmly. Additionally, most of Kerala is urbanized, making travel from one place to another easy. Internet connectivity, currency exchange, ATM facilities, healthcare – is easily accessible for everyone.
Kerala enjoys the mild tropical climate, and apart from the peak of the Summer( March-May) and Monsoon (June-August), you can visit the state at any time.
Of course, adventure tourism is not for the faint-hearted. If you enjoy pushing your limits and are an achiever who loves conquering your fears and mastering the forces of Nature – well at least to a certain extent! – then these thrilling holiday packages are just meant for you. If you are planning to book houseboats in Alleppey for your family then here is the package for you.
The imposing Western Ghats are home to breathtakingly beautiful hill stations like Wayanad and Munnar – Anamudi Peak, Eravikulam etc., where you can book Kerala hiking holidays or a hiking tour. Chembra Peak in Wayanad is popular with hikers, thanks to its sparkling waterfalls along the route. Chimmini in Kannur, Pythal Mala, Vellar Mala in Kozhikode, Agastyarkoodam Peak in Trivandrum, are all wonderful places for hiking trips in Kerala. Get your backpacks and get ready to walk among the clouds.
For the more intrepid among you, opt for Kerala rafting holidays; embark on a heart-thumping rafting ride on the rapids of the Tejaswini river that gushes through thickets. Situated in Kannur, close to the Karnataka border, this rafting trip is a must for any adrenaline junkie. Safety equipment and experienced guides are available to ensure you enjoy the rush of rafting with no compromise to your safety.
If you’re the camping holiday type and like to rough it out at times, Kerala offers serene wilderness like the Silent Valley Park, Periyar Tiger Reserve, hilly places like Top Station in Munnar, quaint villages like Gavi and many other picturesque spots. If you’re looking for a very secluded vacation where you can be one with Nature, you can head to Thattekad, to the Hornbill Camp. Pitch your tents and listen to the sounds of Nature as you gaze upon the star-studded skies.
We recommend that you follow instructions given by guides to the T, to ensure your safety. Even if you’re an experienced adventure seeker, each place has its own peculiarities, and it makes sense to be cautious.
Be sure to book your Kerala hiking tour or camping holiday well in advance to avoid disappointment. Limited openings are available, and you don’t want to miss out on a golden opportunity!
It is in Palakkad district north Kerala. Spread over an area of 236.74sq kilometer. A special variety of silent valley Monkeys are here.
Kerala offers an exotic opportunity for tourists to stay in a tree house, which may be anywhere between 20 to 90 feet above the ground mounted on a treetop. The view from these tree houses is panoramic. Built and maintained extensively by.
Kerala offers excellent hiking and biking prospects with its many hill stations of Munnar, Palakkad, Vagamon, and Idukki. The magic of lush Kerala hill stations fragrant with scents of cardamom and cloves offer ideal wooded trails.
Kerala has such vast and enchanting tourism possibilities in its lap that it never fails to hold your attention, no matter what your inclinations are. In its tropical abode, Eastern Kerala borders at the west of the Western Ghats’s rain shadow.