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Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Palakkad

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Marvel at pristine nature and scenic panoramas of lush greenery at Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, a wildlife reserve amidst dense forestation and reservoirs. Take a bamboo raft or a safari ride organized by a number of community-based eco-tourism organizations in this fabulous part of the Anamalai Hill sub-cluster in Western Ghats. You will see elephants, tigers, gaurs, deer, monitor lizards, monkeys and many more animals. Spreading across 277 sq km (107 sq mi), the area features the only teak plantation managed by scientists, featuring many treks. See the world’s largest living teak tree with estimated age of 460 years. To visit Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary on your holiday in Palakkad, and find out what else Palakkad has to offer, use our Palakkad vacation builder.
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  • Parambikulam is in Palakkad dist,Kerala(God’s own Country),but you cannot go there by travelling only inside Kerala because no transport road connectivity towards there from any other places surroundi...  read more »
  • This is my first trip to a forest reserve. Parambikulam, is a forest reserve apparently for Tigers , but we missed seeing it during our one night stay. But the place is beautiful, serene and makes you...  read more »
  • I really get excited just by thinking of this place. So pure, fresh, divine, picturesque location I have ever visited. Tree top hut was clean and neat with a great balcony space for birdwatching and r...  read more »
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