There would be no Malayalee in the world that hasn’t heard or seen the blockbuster movie called ‘Pulimurugan’. Even though it was made in the Malayalam language it secured many accolades from different parts of the nation. The movie narrates the story between a tribal man and the tiger that troubles the common people and sometimes takes their life. The mind-blowing movie was shot in a dense forest called in Pooyamkutty forest in Ernakulum district in Kerala. Words are insufficient to express the natural bliss and serenity of the jungle. As in the movie, the story revolves around the tiger but in reality, the jungle is governed by the wild tuckers who irritate the common ones by harming their farm. There are many more fascinating features regarding the Pooyamkutty forests. To know more about it, grab the tour packages from an authorized travel agency. If it is the price of the package that hinders you from purchasing the packages, you can directly consult the Gogeo Holidays. They frame many fabulous tour packages for the travel enthusiast. To make the trip memorable avail of group tour packages and accompany your best friends, cousins, or colleagues. Do not think that the Gogeo holiday only fabricates tour packages for the Keralites. They also draft packages for the people residing in metropolitan cities like Chennai, Bangalore, and Mumbai. While exploring the magnificent beauty of the richly populated forest do not forget to visit some of the historic monuments residing in the district with your friends.
The richly populated Pooyamkutty forest
Situated in the Kothamangalm Taluk in Ernakulum district Pooyamkutty is known to be one of the outstanding forest reserve areas to catch the amusing beauty of the emerald nature. With the success of the Pulimurugan movie, Pooayamkutty experienced a rapid increase in the number of tourists from various corners of the world. Most of them reached thereby purchasing the group tour packages. Poyyamkutty forest range serves as an exquisite platform for practicing the various levels of trekking. There are many ways to explore the gorgeous beauty of the thickly populated forest. As mentioned in the above paragraph the area is occupied with wild elephants. Therefore before starting your exploration, you are supposed to gain prior permission from the concerned forest department. Even though the locals say that the tuckers do not roam during the daytime, as part of precaution it would be good to seek guidance from the professional guides. During the night time, these tuskers destroy their crops. Hence as protection, the people have erected an electric fence. So when you decide to build a tent in the sloppy regions of the jungle beware of the ferocious animals. Apart from the tuskers, one could also capture the images of other wild creatures such as wild boars, civets, leopards, spotted deer and macaques, and many more. The favorable way to catch the images of the animals is either by building the tents or by purchasing the treehouse from the concerned offices. Treehouses play a significant role in promoting tourism. Most of the nature lovers who visit the region, first enquire whether they will get any treehouse and that shows the importance of the same. Take out your binoculars to enjoy the meticulous panoramic views of the emerald surroundings and the birds flying high in the sky in search of food and shelter.
A forest without a cascading waterfall is something unimaginable. Just like any richly populated forest, even the Pooyamkutty forest carries an eye-soothing Peendimedu waterfall. No one can describe the alluring beauty of the glittering waterfalls. If you are unable to visit the Pooyamkuuty and enchant the charm of Peendimedu, just watch the Pulimurugan movie once again. The large pond formed by the cascading waterfall not only quenches the thirst of fauna and flora but also the common people especially the tribal communities residing on either side of the jungle. It is the joint effort of the tribal people that help the forest to maintain the beauty of the jungle. To know more about the Pooyamkutty and its interesting facts, interact with the local tribal people residing in the bamboo huts. The forest and the nearby town are well-connected with a bridge built across the stream. But unfortunately, the bridge would be fully covered with water during heavy downpours in the monsoon days. Therefore it is advised that travelers are not requested to visit the stupendous place during the rainy season. As everybody known near to the waterfall one expects a good power generation plant. The same happened here also. The Kerala State Electricity of Board decided to install a hydroelectric power project but due to financial crises and geographical conditions, later the project was forced to abandon.
It would be hard to find any good restaurants or refreshment rooms near the Pooyamkutty. Therefore you will have to carry all the necessary items to eat and drink. As aforementioned, do not conclude your journey without visiting the other fabulous places such as Thripunithura hill palace, Mattancherry palace, Fort Kochi, Marine Drive, Jew Synagogue, Jewish market, and many more. If you are accompanying small kids or you still love to play in amusement park, Wonderla amusement park would heartily welcome you. Along with also visit museums, galleries, and shopping malls. It would be happy to know that world’s largest shopping mall called Lulu shopping mall is situated in Kochi, Ernakulum.
To make your trip into a remarkable one grab the tour packages from Gogeo holidays. They design the group packages to Kerala by incorporating the best adventure activities and also astounding places. To make your journey noteworthy carry a notebook and camera to copy down the important features of the forest, tribal communities, and obviously waterfalls. To learn more about Kerala and its captivating tourist destination buy the tour packages at the cheapest rates from Gogeo Holidays. To avoid the last moment rush, avail it as early as possible. You have full freedom to express your suggestions and feedback to the office staff of Gogeo Holidays.