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Spend Time in Kerala Wildlife Sanctuaries to Enjoy the Real Pleasure of Your Holidays

A beautiful state in southern part of India, counted in the seven beautiful destinations in the world, Kerala is called as the domain of God where nature’s splendor is vastly unsurpassed and untouched. Called as God’s Own Country, Kerala is the most renowned honeymoon destination in India where sun-kissed beaches, backwaters, spice fields, Ayurveda treatments, wildlife sanctuaries and a lot more that all testify it the God’s Own Country. As far as wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala are concerned, they spread over the length and breadth of Kerala endowing with a perfect opportunity to revel in the glory of the Mother Nature and appreciate the beauty and refined skills of its untamed creatures. Choosing the right Holiday packages for Kerala or planning to book honeymoon packages for Kerala is certainly the best way of enjoying the best time.

These wildlife sanctuaries are ranging from endemic to the bio-diverse land of Kerala and their numbers flourished varying habitats of tropical evergreen to semi-evergreen, moist deciduous to mixed deciduous forests and grasslands. Here are the names of some fascinating wildlife sanctuaries of Kerala that are sure to keep you enticed and spell bound and will persuade you to spend more time amid endangered to commonly found species of animals.

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary – A Delight for the Birdwatchers


Witness the presence of rare-grizzled giant squirrels dashing near you, the beautiful wildlife sanctuary in on the state highway 17 located 18 km to the north of Marayoor Ton in the Idukki District covering an area of about 90 square km with around 225 species of birds. Endangered Grizzled Giant Squirrels – scampering around the dry thorny forests, spotted deer, tiger, Bonnet, Macaque, Elephants, etc are some of the rare animals you will see in Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. Not forget to mention Mugger Crocodiles of Kerala dwelling in Chinnar along with snakes and Indian Star Tortoise making up rest of the reptilian population. The beautiful wildlife sanctuary is in the rain shadow region of the Western Ghats. Best time to visit from December to April.

Eravikulam National Park – High Rolling Plateaus Covering Lush Green Grass and Stunted Tracts of Evergreen Forest


Spreading over 100 sq km of area, Eravikulum National Park is in the Idukki District along the Western Ghats at the distance of 13 km from the northeast of Munnar providing the view of Nilgiri Tahr – an endangered Mountain Goa. You will also see a variety of mammals inhabiting here that include Leopard, Golden Jackal, Indian Muntjac, Indian Porcupine, Small Clawed Otter and a lot more. You will also see around 130 kinds of birds here.  From April to June and September to November is the best time to explore this wildlife sanctuary.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary – Experience the Colors and Music of Nature’s Gift


Being a heaven for those who want see birds in their natural habitat, Kumarakom is a paradise for honeymooners to spend romantic time. You will see a variety of birds like Waterfowl, Brahminy Kite, Egret, Siberian Stork, Darter, Teal and Egret. It is also called as Vembanad Bird Sanctuary on the eastern bank of the coastal and freshwater fishes are also found here. Best time to visit this bird sanctuary is from June to August and November to February.

Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary – A Beautiful Wildlife Sanctuary to Explore


The beautiful wildlife sanctuary in the catchment area of Peppara Dam, the beautiful dam is built on the Karamana River near Thiruvananthpuram. You will see a number of species here that include Panther, Wild dogs, tiger, elephant, and lion tailed macaque, Wild Boar, Langur and a lot more. Best time to visit is from September to March.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary – Get Thrilled by the Roar of Royal Bengal Tiger and Trumpet of Grand Elephants


One of the most beautiful and largest wildlife sanctuaries, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary falls in the Idukki and Pathanamthitta District. Periyar Lake has been making it an ideal place; while the park encircles the 26 square km of lake and providing an opportunity to the visitors to sail around in a boat. You will see a variety of animals here that will keep you enticed and persuade you spend time in natural habitat. Best time to visit this wildlife sanctuary is from November to April.

Silent Valley National Park – A Pristine Rainforest and Home to Lion-Tailed Macaque


Spread in an area of 90 square km of rainforest, the beautiful wildlife sanctuary is in Palakkad District over the Nilgiri Hills. Lion-tailed Macaque is the main attraction here. You will also see a number of other animals that include spotted deer, mouse deer, Gaur, Nilgiri Langur, Malabar Giant Squirrel and sloth Bear. Best time to visit this national park is from November to March.

Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary – Refresh Yourself in the Natural Habitat of Mammals and Birds


The beautiful bird sanctuary is an ideal place giving wings to your soul to fly with the mesmerizing beauties of sky in backdrop of the exotic landscapes. This evergreen low-land forest is in Kothamangalam Taluk of Ernakulam District covering an area of 25 square km on the northern shore of Periyar River. Best time to visit this bird sanctuary is from May to July.

Wayanad Sanctuary – Spot the World’s Largest Bee Eater


The beautiful sanctuary has been divided into two separate wildlife sanctuary – named Muthanga and Tholpetty. Both the reserves occupy 344 square km of area. It is an important part of Nilgiri Biosphere reserve where you will see Tiger, Indian Bison, Monitor Lizards, Wild Dogs and a lot more. You will also see more than 215 species of birds. Best Time to visit this sanctuary is from June to October.

Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary – Ecological Significant Zone in the heart of City of Kochi


The beautiful bird sanctuary is an ecologically significant zone in Kochi containing a mangrove forest. It is a home to various migratory birds like Little Cormorant and Black-Crowned Night Heron. It is in total area of 2.74 hectare with a small pond. It is an ideal picnic spot for locals too. Best time to visit this bird sanctuary is from May to June.

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary – Natural Habitat to Wild Blooming


Spread in area of 55 sq km, the Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the western slopes of the Western Ghats with an altitude of hills varies from 50 meter to 1145 meter and a tropical semi-evergreen forest. Best time to visit this wildlife sanctuary is from June to October.

Chimmini Wildlife Sanctuary – Presenting the Richness and Abundance of Natural Wonders


Boasting of diverse types of forest cover from semi-evergreen to evergreen and most deciduous, the amazing wildlife sanctuary is on the River Chimmini in the Mukundapuram Taluk of Thrissur District providing you opportunity to enjoy wildlife tours. Spread in area of 87 square km, it provides you view of Lion-tailed Macaque, Panther, tiger, Wild Bison, Elephants, Bonnet Macaque and a lot more. Best time to visit this sanctuary is from October to March.

Peechi-Vaazhaani Wildlife Sanctuary – Second Oldest Sanctuary in Kerala


Being the second oldest sanctuary is Kerala, Peechi-Vaazhaani Wildife Sanctuary is spread in total area of 125 square km established in the year of 1958 in the catement part of the Peechi and Vazhani Dams. You will see more than 100 sepcies of animals and birds here along with lizards and a variety of snakes. Best time to see this wildlife sanctuary is from November to April.

Chenthuruni Wildlife Sanctuary – Discover the Ruins of Stone Age Too

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Divided by The Chenthuruni River, the beautiful wildlife sanctuary is covering area of 100 square km at the distance of around 70 km from Kollam. Here, you will see a number of mammals like Mouse Deer, Leopard, tiger, Bonnet Macaque, Wild Boar, Stripped Palm Squirrel, Barking Deer and a lot more. Best time to visit this bird sanctuary is from March to July.

Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary – Dense Forest Range with Cruising Along the Lake


The beautiful wildlife sanctuary is in Thodupuzha and Udumpanchola talukas of Idukki covering area of 77 square km. It is different types of wildlife sanctuary providing you breathtaking view of natural beauty. It is also perfect destination for jungle trekking and various other activities. Best time to visit this wildlife sanctuary is from December to April.

Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary – Enjoy the Magnificent Wild Creatures View


Located in the southeast side of the Western Ghats, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary has been covering an area of 128 sq km at the distance of 32 km from Thiruvannathapuram and very close to Neyyer Dam. Crocodile Rearing Center is the main attraction here; while you will see birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes and a lot more here. Best time is from October to March.

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary


It is another wonderful wildlife sanctuary in Kerala to explore during your honeymoon and family tours. You will see a number of animals here that include Indian Bisons, Elephants, Lion-Tailed Macaques, Peninsular Bay Owl, Great Black Woodpecker, Grey-Headed Fishing Eagle, Lesser Grey-Headed Fish Eagle and a lot more. Best time to visit sanctuary is from November to April.

There is a lot more to explore in Kerala that will surely surprise you and persuade you for memorable honeymoon and family holidays. Choosing the right holiday packages in Kerala or best honeymoon packages for Kerala is certainly the best way of celebrating the best time and in a memorable way. You have to pack your bags and leave rest of the work on experts of the right travel agency from where you book the tour plan.

Also, we have tailor made Kerala Wildlife Tour Packages for you, in which you will experience all these wildlife sanctuaries . For more information you can contact our Kerala Tour Specialist from here : .

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