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Wedding At Luxury Resorts Thekkady

Wedding is one of the most important events in life of a person. It’s the start of a process in building a family. Wedding is the symbol of commitment and the foundation of your love to your partner. It’s a declaration to the whole world of your unquestionable affection to your spouse.

Building a great home starts with choosing your partner for life. And this is officiated in a ceremony called wedding. A marriage rite is important because it binds you to a lifetime commitment. It is a way of openly manifesting your deep commitment to the person you chooses to spend the rest of your life. A wedding ceremony is often utilized as a public display of marriage vows and of the couple entering into the marital contract. For many couples, the focus of the wedding ceremony, is on their commitment and love for each other.
Wedding venue selection is an important thing to consider for a wedding; these tend to get booked out very quickly so sometimes rather having chance to have a date of your own …

Interesting Activities to do in Thekkady

Owing to its serene natural settings, Thekkady has become a favourite destination of nature lovers and solitude seekers.  It is one of the most beautiful places in Kerala. The town of Thekkady is located about 257 km away from Trivandrum and is a scenic place with lots of natural attractions. Places to visit in Thekkady include some of the best that nature has to offer, from rivers to animals, you have some amazing Thekkady attractions. The Periyar forest of this wonderful place has some of the finest reserves of nature, and it harks out to travellers for a visit.

The district, on the whole, is a picturesque place with plantations and hill towns and can be a great spot for tourists to trek and walk. If you love adventure activities, sight-seeing, nature, wildlife and the works, you're in luck: Thekkady has loads of it. If you're looking to take your vacation to the next level, then you are welcome to Thekkady! The right combination of luxury travel, responsible ecotourism, co…

Trekking Places in Thekkady

Rolling hills, winding paths and serene mountains dotting the landscape’s expanse, make for a great outdoor trip with a backpack on foot! The vast stretches of green carpeted hills surrounding Thekkady offer plenty of opportunities for trekking enthusiasts. Amongst the most popular trekking trails are the hills and the forests of Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. 
Other noteworthy trekking trails near Thekkady are Kurisamala to Kumily and Kumily to Pandikuzhi.  It offers an amazing experience to its visitors. In fact, it also serves as the best way to reach Kumily on foot.

Periyar Tiger Reserve
Several trekking programs are offered in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Short trekking programs are available that cover 4-5 Km and completed in 3 hrs. This is a good option to watch birds, butterflies and some wildlife. The trekking trails often pass through evergreen and moist deciduous forests and grasslands. Periyar Tiger Reserve is one of the most captivating wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The Res…

Bamboo Rafting in Thekkady, Idukki

Thekkady is one of the best places in Kerala for bamboo rafting. And it is the most thrilling activity  to do in Thekkady. A comforting, yet exciting bamboo rafting in Thekkady through some of the dense forests of Periyar Tiger Reserve! This is something a great experience. This bamboo rafting is part of the 'nature walk' of eco-tourism project by the Periyar Tiger Reserve. The concept of bamboo raft tourism in Thekkady owes its existence to these simple rafts built and used by the tribals in the sanctuary and only tribals are permitted inside the Periyar wildlife sanctuary in Kerala.
This is a dawn to dusk range hiking and rafting programme through some of the richest forest tracts of Periyar Tiger Reserve. Starting at 8 am from the boat landing, a mosaic of habitats will be traversed before the party gets into rafts made of bamboos.

Tourists will be taken through the thick forests on trek followed by three hours through the catchments area of the Periyar Tiger Reserve on a bam…