Thekkady Kerala, India’s largest wildlife sanctuary, is a dream destination for every tourist visiting India. spread over an area of 777 square kilometers and is surrounded by an artificial lake with an area of 25 square kilometers.
Thekkady is located 700 meters above sea level. Located in the Idukki district of Kerala, Thekkady is the perfect getaway for anyone who loves adventure, fun, wildlife and nature. Thekkady is located between the green and semi-evergreen forests of Western Ghats and there is so much to offer to the tourist visiting this place. In the largest wildlife sanctuary you can see Asian elephants, bison, sambarp deer, wild boar, tigers, leopards, wild squirrels, lion-headed monkeys, etc.
The nearest town to Thekkady is Kumily, which is 4 km away. You can plan a leisurely stroll though this city. This city is also a place to shop. You can buy handicrafts, spices and fabrics here