Abad Green Forest Thekkady Kerala

Abad Green Forest Resort located in Kumily, Thekkady (Kerala, India) close to the Periyar tiger reserve (5 kms) at 180 kms from Cochin (4 hours), 140 kms from Madurai (3.4 hours) and 110 kms from Kumarakom and Munnar (3 hours).

Accommodation : The resort offers 40 rooms and cottages. Rooms (with ensuite bathrooms) with TV fridge, and Tea/coffee maker.

Most guests stay for 1 night at thekkady enroute to either Madurai or Munnar from Kumarakom/Alleppey or Vice Versa. There is lots to see around Thekkady for a good 2 or 3 night stay.

Located at Kumily (Thekkady), Green Forest is a 4 Hours drive from Kochi. Located close to the wild life reserve.

Swimming pool, Health Club, and Ayurvedic Center are the other facilities. Currency exchange, Doctor on call, Credit card accepted Safe deposit locker, Travel arrangements

The Multi-Cuisine restaurant at the resort serves a wide variety of Indian and Continental dishes.

The very sound of the word Thekkady conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice scented plantations. In the Periyar forest of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India, and spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks.

Thekkady is all about Periyar. And visiting Periyar is like looking at the vast green patches of Kerala wildlife through a pair of binoculars! Aptly located in the most dramatic of settings - amidst soul-soothing mountain ranges, lush valleys, picture book lakes and shimmering rivers - the tropical rainforests affords one of the world's most ancient and complex enviornments. The definition is transparent. Say Thekkady and the whole of Kerala will cheer up to playful herds of elephants wandering in the unending chains of hills. However, if you visit Thekkady (named after 'thekku', or teak trees), you will find that it is not as simple as it seems. For time immeorial, Kerala is known for its spices and traders crowd here for commercial gains. So how these slanting hills of Western Ghats cannot encourage, but sit idle to the ambrosial aroma of the Indian spices? It is a country that exudes the spirit and ethos of nature. Plan a holiday tour to the place where you can feel nature at every twists and turns. Stay in one of those raw cottages modelled after the jungle dwellings of the local tribal inhabitants. And a trip to Thekkady will make you articulate enough to describe your experiences in God's own country so vividly, that many people will soon be eager to follow your itinerary in India.

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