Athirapally Valparai  Tour 1 Day 1 Night

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1 Night 1 Day Athirapally - Valparai  Tour- Rs      for 2 persons  

The Athirapally-Valparai One Day One Night Tour is a popular tour package for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers who want to explore the beauty of Kerala's Western Ghats region. This tour covers two of the most picturesque destinations in the region - Athirapally and Valparai.

The tour usually starts early in the morning from Cochin, which is the nearest major city, and takes around 2-3 hours to reach Athirapally. Athirapally is known for its majestic waterfalls, which are considered to be one of the most beautiful in India. The tour includes a visit to the Athirapally waterfalls, where you can enjoy the stunning view of the waterfall and take a refreshing bath in the nearby stream. After exploring Athirapally, the tour proceeds towards Valparai, which is a small town situated in the Anamalai Hills. Valparai is famous for its tea and coffee plantations, wildlife sanctuaries, and picturesque landscapes. The tour includes a visit to the tea and coffee plantations, where you can witness the process of tea and coffee making and taste some of the finest blends of tea and coffee.

The tour also includes a visit to the Valparai Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to several endangered species of animals and birds such as the Lion-tailed Macaque, Nilgiri Tahr, and Great Indian Hornbill. You can take a jeep safari to explore the sanctuary and spot some of these exotic animals and birds. The Athirapally-Valparai One Day One Night Tour is a perfect blend of adventure and relaxation, and it is an excellent way to experience the natural beauty of Kerala's Western Ghats region in a short time. The tour package includes accommodation for one night in a comfortable hotel or resort, transportation, and all meals.  

Athirapally Jungle Safari is a thrilling adventure experience through the lush green forests of Athirapally, a small town located in the Thrissur district of Kerala, India. Athirapally is known for its magnificent waterfalls, dense forests, and rich biodiversity, making it a popular destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.

The safari usually takes place in open-top jeeps, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with the local flora and fauna. The jungle is home to a variety of animals, including elephants, tigers, leopards, deer, and monkeys, among others. The safari takes visitors on a guided tour through the forest, with experienced guides pointing out the various species of animals and birds that call the area home.

Apart from the animals, the jungle is also home to a variety of medicinal plants, some of which are used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Visitors on the safari will get to see the different types of plants and learn about their medicinal properties from the guides.

The Athirapally jungle safari is an unforgettable experience for anyone who loves nature and wildlife. It provides an opportunity to see some of the rarest and most exotic species of animals and plants up close, all while enjoying the beauty of the forest and the calming sound of the waterfalls.

 Cost includes:- The cost includes AC transportation, fuel, Drivers bathe + Sightseeing as prescribed in the itinerary.

 Destination Covered:- Chalakudy -  Thumboormuzhy Dam & River view garden, Butterfly park, Hanging bridge, Athirapally falls, Charpa falls, Vazhachal falls, Elephant lake,  Malakkappara Tea estate, Sholayar Dam, Valparai lake,  Malakkappara Tea estate, Sholayar Dam, Valparai 

Timing:-Arrive Evening or Night at Cochin Airport/ Chalakudy/ Ernakulam, Next day  Starts 6 am and finishes at 7 pm in Chalakudy/ Cochin Airport Tour type:- Private and Group Tours Available


Arrive to Hotel in Chalakudy/ Cochin Airport and Check in , overnight stay at Hotel. Get Ready to move for the exciting Jungle safari drive Tour on next day morning

Oil palm estate 

There is an oil palm estate, which lies along the banks of Chalakudy river. The panoramic view of these oil palm plantation attracts Athirapally tourists. In some part of the estate you can take river  bath too

Elephant Lake

Elephants comes in group to drink and bath, it is an eye catching sight. So there are chance to see wild animals here. it is scenic place too .The jungle safari is through the rainforests of Sholayar ranges of western ghats.

Malakkappara  Hill station & Tea Estate 

The Kerala part of the Valparai is Malakkappara Hill station. It is with tea plantations. Malakkappara is an unexplored small Hill station and an upcoming tourist destination. Tata estate & Forests the main attractions

Sholayar Dam 

Upper Sholayar Dam is situated in Tamilnadu, close to Kerala border. Sholayar Hydro-electric project has two reservoirs.This upper sholayar reservoir is accessible to tourists. It offers a panoramic view of Western ghats.

Valparai Hill station 

Valparai is located above 3,500 feet from the sea level on the Anamalai mountain range of Western ghats. Valparai is a wide Green Spread Mountains and forest with tea plantaions and a small town.  It is one of the most beautiful scenic hill staions of South india. It is a year long tourist destination 

Valparai Tea & Coffee Estate 

Valparai is  basically tea and coffee estates in the forest. There are many pantaion groups with estates here. Tata  owns the biggest estate, Blair group etc with Tourism activities and tea production

Poringalkuthu Dam  ( if permission granted) 

Dams or  hydel reservoirs of Kerala are always an attraction to   tourists, Poringalkuthu was opened for tourists. But, it is has stopped for some official reasons. We hope, IT IS going to be opened for the tourists soon. It offers an eye catching scenic area of the hydel reservoirs with rare varieties of birds- flora and fauna. 

Athirapally Water Falls 

Vist Athirapally water falls, go on the top and bottom of the water falls. Explore water fall at your leisure. (Kerala's highest falls in rain forest)

Vazhachal Water falls  

Visit Vazhachal falls, it is beautiful in landscape. Vazhachal is just 5 kms only from Athirapally falls. Vazhachal is the area of ecotourism. Guests can walk around 1 kms through the bunks of the River, Lifeguards of Tribal community takes care of the security. A shop of rare tribal products is working there.

Charpa falls

 Charpa falls lies east of athirappilly and is between Athirapally falls and Vazhachal falls, it is seasonal, as summer starts to appear, it starts to disappear . it is a monsoon falls.  Charpa falls is wonderful with a deafening roar at right on  the road. It is a sight to watch and enjoy though it is least known. Be ready to get drenched if you are visiting  it in the  rainy season

Thumboormuzhy Dam & Butterfly Garden

It is an eco fragile  area with a lot of activities. It has basically a check dam,This part of the river is most suitable for bath . It has a beautiful mountain view of eye catching. Kerala's no-1 Butterfly garden is in Thumboormuzhy, it is a photo point for honeymooners, serials etc 

Hanging Bridge in Thumboormuzhy  

Hanging Bridge is across Chalakudy river connecting 2 sides in Thumboormuzhy. It offers a panoramic view of Thumboormuzhy, it is really an experience you have to enjoy. Move to Chalakudy, drop @ railway station/ Town,  Bye

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