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Karnataka Restaurant
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Lodging
“Veg and Non Veg dishes with Bar available. Scenic view from the Restaurant. Near Raja Seat Park , Madikeri”
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Parque
“ Lying towards the north of the district of Wayanad, this region harbours a rich diversity of flora. Open to wildlife jeep safari twice a day, you are bound to spot various animals and bird species in their natural habitat during the 1.5-2 hour journey. A lake where animals come down for a drink is a major attraction here. The forests constitute various forest types like the tropical moist dry deciduous, patches of semi evergreen forests and trees and plants like the bamboo and long spiky bushes of ginger. Plantations of teak, eucalyptus, silver oak and rosewood cover about one third of the sanctuary. Frequent sightings of elephant herds, deers, big cats, panthers, tigers, langurs, bonnet ”
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Zoo
“Huge variety of snakes on display. It gives us confidence and removes the notion within us of snakes as "the most misunderstood reptiles". ”
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Natural Feature
“Thadiyandamol is the highest peak in the Kodagu district of Karnataka standing almost 1746 meters above sea level. It is near Kakkabe town and is a trekker’s paradise with the view from the hill top being spectacular and absolutely breath taking. On a clear day one can see the Arabian Sea at a distance. The best time to do a trek here is in the winter months. ”
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Point of Interest
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Natural Feature
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Temple
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Natural Feature
“Thin mist surreptitiously makes its way over flickering blades of grass in Chomakundu's tender green hill meadows. The entire valley is replete with fog that seems to never dissipate. Chomakund hill peak is magnificently wet, dewy and wonderful all year through. No matter what your prior trekking experience or age, this could be a trek for anybody. Chomakund is on the border between Karnataka and Kerala in the districts of Kodagu and Kannur, respectively. It is part of a hill range that consists of the better renowned Chelvara, only two kilometers away. The terrain of Chomakund forms a trail with open grassland that is dry in the summer and thriving in the monsoon and winter months. This trail begins at the base of the hill and you don’t need a guide to traverse it. If you are traveling from Chelvara, on your right is Kabbe Hills and to your left would be Chomakund. It is easy to differentiate the two. Kabble is enveloped by a set of thick trees that somehow leave the peak barren and bare, while Chomakund is – essentially – open meadow-like grassland. It is trek ideal for people of all ages and experience because of its terrain. Where the trail begins, at the foothills, is a pond. Weaving its way through forest, grassland and breathtaking landscapes - Chomakund is a magnificent trekking trail. In all, depending your prior experience and speed, the trek to the peak at mid-pace should take an average trekker about an hour and a half. The longest that this trail can stretch to would be five to six kilometers. It is also possible to trek Chomakund in the night, if you are accompanied by a guide. Do not miss the Chelvara Falls that you can find only 16 kilometers away from Virajpet. Roaring into its natural pools, it is a quaint beauty all by itself. While here, do not forget to make the great trek to Sunset Point where you can take in the fading evening or rising morn. The view from Chomakund's hilltop itself is exalting. Above the clouds with fleeting glimpses of the Arabian Sea in the distance, if only you could print this on a postcard – perfect.”
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