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During night trekking you can enjoy the nocturnal beauty of the wildlife.
Trekking has remained men's passion from the day he took his first step on the earth. He always ventured out of home and his natural surroundings to explore something new, a world that was unknown to him. It is astonishing to learn that the human race migrated from one continent to another when there were no means of communication, no helping hands, and most of them who left their home could never return back.
Night Trekking in Kerala
Are you interested in experiencing a fun, exciting, and memorable Kerala night trekking adventure? If you are, you are definitely not alone. The landscape and wild life of Kerala is often referred as one the best in the world for trekking excursions.
During night trekking at the forests of Kerala you will be provided with guards for your safety and all you need is an open mind and sharp ear to face the upcoming unknown phenomena from inside the jungle.
Tiger reserve portions of Kerala is famous for night trekking. Periyar night trekking is mind blowing. Ardent nature lovers have always been wooed by the magnificent beauty of nature. Trekking is just not an adventure sport; it is an act of getting close to nature with emphasis on forest exploration and experiencing the wilderness by night. Periyar, Munnar, Chinnar forest and a lot of other places in Kerala is well fit for night trekking.
While on night trekking at Kerala the night time, near the river side enjoying the melody of the streaming water and bathing in the moon light is a life time experience.
The persons involving in the night trekking develop and sharpen their power of observation to sense the unseen animals and birds during dark nights. The night trek around Periyar takes you through thick tropical rain forests and grasslands and offers opportunities to see elephant, gaur bison, deer, Nilgiri Tahrs and many species of birds and rare butterflies, as well as the rare and endangered Lion Tailed Macaques.
A qualified naturalist or specialist guide may accompany you if needed. The trek also gives you an aerial view of the famed Sabari Mala temple, one of the holiest shrines of Hinduism which is visited by millions of devotees in December each year.
For night trekkers of Kerala wildlife sanctuaries, the forest department also provides armed guards. Camping is done when tourists are on a Tiger Trail programme. In this, usually, five guides and two forest officials accompany tourists in order to guide them and also to prevent them from getting lost in the forest area.
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