Nehru Trophy boat race is the most visited boat race in the country by people from all over the world. This year's water extravaganza is scheduled to happen on August 13, 2011. Like every year, online ticket booking of Nehru Trophy Boat Race is live. One can visit ntbr.igitec.com for booking your ticket online. Two types of tickets are available Gold and Silver. This online ticket booking of Nehru Trophy Boat race is being offered by Indian Tour Planners. Grab your tickets at the earliest.

You can make online payment for the tickets by a debit card, credit card, cash card or by the way of net banking. Indian Tour Planners is offering kerala tour packages clubbed with Nehru Trophy boat race.

It is expected that this years nehru trophy boat race will be witnessed by dignitories from all walks of life. The history of nehru trophy dates back to those days when Jawaharlal Nehru was the prime minister of india. This boat race is actually a tribute to the first prime minister of india who once witnessed this boat race.

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Wayanad Waterfalls



For the adventurous ones this is the time to enjoy the wild beauty of the waterfalls in Wayanad.

Blessed with its natural beauty, wayanad’s enchanting waterfalls attracts large number of tourists. The major waterfalls where tourists are permitted by the department of forest and sentinel rock waterfalls at soochippara and the meenmutty waterfalls at chitragiri.

The sentinel Rock waterfall at vellarimala village near chooramala in meppadi panchayat is a picnic spot as well as trekking centre. The sentinel rock, a rock of more than 200m in height, is ideal for rock climbing.

The sentinel rock falls has grown into a major tourism destination being relatively safer than other waterfalls and owing to its proximity to the nearest town, Meppadi

The waterfalls at soochippara near meppadi are really a treasure of nature and the stretches of waterfalls ranging at places from 100 to 300 feet height are a treat to the eyes. The pool below provides for water rafting, swimming, bathing, etc.The tree top huts at soochippara give a unique view of the valleys of the Western Ghats and the glimmering shallow waters of the surrounding spring

There is about 30 minute drive from meppadi through tea plantations to the falls. The first level of the fall is the longest and the easiest to reach. Reaching the second and third ranges is a highly risky affair and the forest department has banned trekking to those destinations after a series of landslips in those areas during the last monsoon.

Large number of tourists mainly from Karnataka, Andrapradesh and Tamilnadu visit the spot during weekends .The latest report shows that as many as 1, 76,043 tourists, including visited the waterfalls from jan1 to oct 31 on 2010 .the district Tourism promotion council has constructed 900 metre granite pavement from the soochippara junction to the waterfall and the forest department has erected bamboo benches on eitherside of the pavements to further tap the potential of the destination

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