Ecotourism in Kerala is flourishing mainly because of its natural diversity. Ecotourism can be translated in this way 'in harmony with the Nature'. Each of the ecotourism sites are considered as feathers on the crown of Kerala as these attract tourists in large numbers by providing them better chances to have a close look at the wild animals. These sites also opens the gates of adventure tourism because many of these ecotourism sites in Kerala offer opportunities for trekking and other adventurous events.
With enchanting streams and waterfalls and green woods, suitable for trekking, Adyan Para, 10 kms. from Nilambur, is fast emerging as a tourist centre. The splendour of its lush jungles also attracts tourists. read more
At a height of 2100 metres above sea level, the towering Chembra Peak is located near Meppadi in the southern part of Wayanad. This peak is especially popular among mountain climbers and trekkers alike. It is the tallest peak in the region and climbing it would test one's physical prowess.… read more
The beautiful Chinnakanal waterfalls is situated 16 km. away from Munnar town. Flowing from a height of 800 mtrs. the waterfall is a popular picnic spot. Encircled by the western ghats mountain range, the crystal clean water thundering down is a breathtaking view. Popularly known as Power House Waterfalls, it… read more
Edakkal cave is 25 km from Kalpetta and just 3 km from Ambalavayal. It is a crevice of about 96 ft in length and 22 ft width. A fissure was created by a rock splitting due to natural weathering. The depth of the crevice and the fissure is nearly 30ft.,… read more
One of the main attractions near Munnar is the Eravikulam (Rajamalai) National Park. Located about 15 kms. away from Munnar, this park is famous for its endangered inhabitant The Nilgiri Tahr. Spread over an area of 97 sq. k.m. ,this national park is also home to several rare species of … read more