Friday, 27 July 2018

Tips Before Traveling Periyar National Park


On the mountain ranges of the Western Ghats, in the land of the gods, Kerala, lies the Periyar National Park and the Tiger Nature Reserve. The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in a vast and picturesque lake in the heart of the reserve. This river basin, formed after the construction of a dam in 1895, surrounded by wooded hills, is a permanent resource of water, precious for the entire wildlife in the area. Despite being a natural reserve of the tiger, visitors come here to watch the Indian elephants bathe and play at the Periyar lake.



Wildlife Attraction

Elephants
During your visit to Periyar, you cannot fail to see the variety of its fauna. Periyar is synonymous with elephants; both are interconnected. Whole elephant groups have elected Periyar Lake to their favorite place to play in the water.

Birds
At Periyar there are at least 260 different species of birds.
Among these: why golden, cormorants, ibis, gray herons, starlings, flyweeds, golden orioles, wood pigeons, kingfishers, kites, hawks, thrushes, and a large number of blue-winged perches.

Other fauna of Periyar

Fauna Incredible
At Periyar the fauna also includes: leopards, wild dogs, barking deer, tragulidae, Nilgiri's entree (primate), wig-haired macaques, unicolor deer, porcupines, squirrels, gaur (Indian bison), wild boar and bears jugglers. Since the last census there are about 40 tigers in the area.
Incredible flora 

Flora is predominantly made up of marshy grasslands. Forests are a mixture of grasslands, low fireproof vegetation, deciduous forests, evergreen seeds and tropical evergreens. It is necessary to pay attention to the leeches, which here abound.

Recommended period

March and April are the driest months of the year. This is the reason why animals spend most of their time at the Lake of Periyar National Park.

Getting there
The Periyar National Park is well connected by a bus service from the capital Thiruvananthapuram (271 km), as well as other cities: Cochin (200 km), Kottayam (117 km), and Madurai (140 km). The nearest train station to Periyar National Park is Kottayam. The nearest airports to Periyar National Park are in Cochin (200 km) and Madurai (140 km). 

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