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Wildlife Santuaries

Silent Valley National Park

Silent Valley National Park is located in the Nilgiri Hills, Palakkad district, KeralaThe 89.52 sq km national park is believed to be the sole surviving bit of evergreen forests in the Sahya Ranges. The peculiarity of the Silent Valley forest is that it is devoid even of the chirping of cicadas. Vehicular transport is possible only up to Mukkali, nearly 24 km from the park. The rest of the way has to be covered on foot up to the source of Kunthipuzha which flows through the valley before merging into the Bharathapuzha. The common wild life sightings in the sanctuary are elephants, tigers, wild boars, flying squirrels, lion tailed macaques and king cobras.


Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

Located on the banks of the Vembanad Lake the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuar an ornithologists paradise, is a favourite haunt of migratory birds like the Siberian stork, egret, darter heron and teal. Other common varieties like the woodpecker, skylark, crane, water hen and parrots can also be spotted here. A cruise along the Vembanad Lake is the best way to experience the sanctuary. Pathiramanal, an enchanting island on the lake, can be accessed by boat from here.


Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kannur

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary Kannur is located 35 km from Thalasserry and 60 km from Kannur town. The Sanctuary is spread over 55 sq kms of undulating forested highlands on the slopes of the Western Ghats. The highest peak here - Katti Betta - rises to a majestic 1145 m above sea level.Covered with tropical and semi evergreen forests, the Aralam Sanctuary is home to a vast variety of flora and fauna endemic to the Western Ghats. Herds of deer, elephant, boar and bison are common sights. Leopards, jungle cats and various types of squirrels are also seen here.