Wayanad: Where Nature Hosts The Guests To The Evergreen Hillock.

Anyone traveling to the beautiful destination of Kerala would be startled at the real richness of nature at the destination. Rivers, hills, and forests lead the way to anyone’s heart and it turns out to be the real destination where exploring has more scope. The destination turns out to be the best place to be at when with friends as well. A personal journey of my friends through the forests and hills makes way to this realization. We had 10 days of holidays after the semester break and were eager to set off on a journey where we would also be able to refresh our minds. We had already been to most of the beautiful places in Bangalore and wanted to set off on a moderate long journey due to which we decided to take it on 300 Kilometres drive from Bangalore to Wayanad. We could draw our journey on few basis where drive, trekking, and budget were the prime factors to the travel. We were students and so budget was the pocket money which we had saved for 5 months and so we were keen on checking the Kerala Tour Package with price range that fell into our budget. We decided to hand some of our planning work to Seasonz India Holidays who were our planners we had found for ourselves.

The final exam had been good but we were eager to leave as soon as possible due to which all of us cracked our exam in an hour and a half and got back to the apartment to load our bags into the jeep that belonged to our friend who resided at Kannur. We could hence cut on to half of our budget as we had the vehicle for travel and decided to pool the money for the petrol. We set full tank petrol before setting off and then drove to the way of our dream travel which began from Bangalore to Wayanad. We had lunch from the city and packed some snacks for our journey where we got to the way through Mysore. the destination seemed to be of more greenery and less of pollution. It was a working day which avoided a lot of traffic on the way and got us to be on a soothing journey through the roads.

It took us an approximate time period of 7 hours where we took three stops in between as we had been driving in turns. There were 5 of us and each of us had varied interests on travel. It was 8 in the night when we reached Wayanad and got to see the welcome board through the beam light. One of my friends said we could spend time outside till 10 in the night as the weather had been quite chilling but slight drizzling got me back to the jeep and called the tour planners for the location to the hotel that had been booked for us. We had insisted that we wanted a cheap room as no fancy room could ever reach the comfort level of a normal room with just beds in it and an attached bathroom. Following the route map, we took our way to the hotel that had been waiting for us. We got food parcelled for the night and in the comfort of our economical room, we ate our dinner. There were 5 of us and only 4 bed space was available in the room due to which we got an extra bed.

The next day came to us in glory as we were off to Chembra peak which was, in short, the way to an epic trekking journey.  Being one of the largest peaks of Western Ghats, we were excited to set off to the top. We had already got the trekking poles and hired a guide for the trekking as there were chances that we could get lost. So following the footsteps of the expert person we walked through the grasslands where we also got to see beauty approaching us in the form of nature. The way had been rocky and it was not easy to climb up. We took several halts in between until we got to see the heart-shaped lake staring which all of us spend some good time. The guide informed us that the real trek up the hills was only beginning. We had been to Nandi hills at Bangalore for trekking but it seemed a lot greener her which showcased wildness.  We took some beautiful pictures of flora and fauna as we climbed where nature seemed to take care of itself. After taking several stops we got to the top where we got to see the real scenery of the destination from the top. Clouds still seemed to move through us even when it had been almost noon. Anyone could be happy with trekking up to the top to end up seeing the orgasmic view of nature shimmering in its real allurement. We spend approximately 2 hours thereafter which we decided to climb down. We tipped the guide along with his wage as he had been more than a guide to us in the whole trekking experience. 

The hike had been tiring but worth. We grabbed enough food and decided to go to the next spot which was the Karalad Lake. Adorned with pure beauty, we got to see zipline services functioning in the region. None of us had got into an adventure like it due to which all of us took turns in doing it  People had also been kayaking through the lake but we were quite late to reach up to do the same at Karalad. The price had also been alarmingly high. We had also been a part of a trip from our college at Bangalore in which we had indulged in kayaking at River Shambhavi. So we did not mind missing it and left to the hotel after a drive along the roads where the Kerala tour package from Bangalore had successfully come to the second night at Wayanad.

The next day we got up and vacated the hotel as by early evening we would be leaving back to Bangalore. Two of them stayed at Kannur and Kozhikode due to which they would be returning through bus service while three of us would drive back to our hometown. The last place where we decided to visit at Wayanad was Lakkidi View Point. Crossing approximately 13 miles we reached to the place where the viewpoint had a lot of people. The inhabitants of Wayanad were pretty much living a blissful life where they could feel freshness while breathing while we had to wear masks at Bangalore to protect our lungs. The scenarios were always different and that is exactly what had attracted us to visit the destination where we could be on an economically viable journey. After spending a good time capturing the pictures of the viewpoint, we took our way to the bus top where we dropped the guys and set back off to our own hometown.

 

Munnar Tour Packages from Mumbai

The Breathtakingly Beautiful Munnar at a Glance!

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Munnar – the Lustrous beauty hidden in majestic Western Ghats! Munnar brings to one’s mind a picture of winding narrow roads and rolling tea estates which are always covered with mist and fog. They have the beautiful background of mountains of green and grey that look upon the fertile hills and valleys. Munnar is actually a confluence of 3 rivers – Kundala, Nallathanni and Mudhrapuzha. You will find a lot of rivulets, streams and waterfalls as you go sightseeing in Munnar. The place is so famous that Munnar tour packages from Mumbai are the most popularly booked tours in Kerala. Very near the dairy farm, Mattuppetty dam and reservoir are located. They are also popular tourist attractions which give a panoramic view of the hills and valleys. You can also enjoy boating on the lake here. Mattupetty is a hill town located 13 km from Munnar and having 1700m height from the sea level. The place is so much delight for them who wish to visit high ranges. The place which contain a couple of attractive destinations like Mattupetty dam, Mattupetty Lake, Top Station and amazing dairy projects. The place is surrounded with awesome shoal forests and grass lands. The climate and geographical features are more suitable for dairy farm projects. The attractive Munnar tour packages from Hyderabad contains all these attractive features related to Mattupetty. Mumbai is a modern city and the Mattupetty is entirely different from Mumbai. So Mattupetty is definitely a visual treat to them. Mattupetty dam is one of the major attractions and the nearby Lake is just amazing. The authority offers boating facility for the visitors. The major dairy farm project in Mattupetty is Indi-Swiss Livestock project. Mattupetty is one the leading tourist spot in Kerala. Top Station is a popular view point in Munnar. It is a must-visit during your Munnar tour. From the point, you can see some amazing views of the Western Ghats. You can see many hills and valleys full of greenery. During the right season, you can see the Neelakkurinji here which blooms only once in 12 years. It will now bloom in 2018. The Tour Packages by Holiday Mango Travel can guarantee you of a memorable trip to Munnar.