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Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary: 

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary also known as Parambikulam is one of the most famous tourist destination attraction nature lovers and wild life enthusiasts alike. Running between Annamalai Hills in Tamil Nadu to Nelliyampathy Hills in Kerala, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary has some of the most exquisite flora and fauna making it a diverse sanctuary in all aspects. Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for being home to the tiger and panthers. Some of the other animals housing in the sanctuary include sambha deer, wild boars and elephants. Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary has earmarked some regions that can be accessed on foot after prior permission. Such trekking excursions allow visitors to feel the natural flora of the sanctuary from close quarters. Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary attracts nature lovers and tourists from all over the world.

 

Parambikulam Big Teak:

Parambikulam Big Teak also known as the Kannimara teak is one of the largest living teak trees in the world. Kannimara teak attracts nature lovers and tourists from all over the globe to witness the natural splendor of this ancient tree. The tree is worshipped by the local tribes of the region as virgin tree. Kannimara teak is one of the rare trees that have had the honor and privilege to be awarded with the Mahavriksha Puraskar by the government of India. Believed to be over 400 years old, Kannimara teak has a girth of 6.48 meters with a height of 48.75 meters.

 

Top Slip:

Top Slip famously known as the pollution free heavenly land is a major tourist destination attracting a large number of tourists and nature lovers. Located at an elevation of 800 feet above sea level inside the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Top Slip offers a magically diverse landscape. Famous for its live atop trees amid unadulterated natural ambience to witnessing elephant safaris, Top Slip offers a majestic holiday destination. Located at close distance to Parambikulam Dam, Top Slip has a wide variety of rare plants and trees. The sanctuary at Top Slip offers a complete surrender to Mother Nature making it a surreal experience to be in union with nature away from the hustle and bustle of urban chaotic lifestyle.

 

Thoonakkadavu:

Thoonakkadavu is one of the most well known geographical landmarks of Parambikulam attracting a large number of tourists. The Lake at Thoonakkadavu also known as the Thoonakkadavu Lake surrounded by dense forests and magnificent mountain peaks is one of the most picturesque sights of the region. The Thoonakkadavu Lake has a large number of crocodiles living in its vicinity and hence it is quite unsafe to swim in its waters. Thoonakkadavu Lake attracts a large number of nature lovers and photography enthusiasts to soak in the pristine beauty of this magnificent Lake making up for a perfect holiday.

 

Parambikulam Dam:

Parambikulam Dam built over the Parambikulam River is one of most well known embankment dams in the world. The Parambikulam Dam constructed in the year 200 provides drinking water as well as water for irrigation to over 7 districts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. A total of 10 dams have been connected with the Parambikulam Dam with cannels and tunnels to store the water. Parambikulam Dam attracts a large number of tourists all through the year. Parambikulam Dam is also a bird watchers paradise attracting a large number of varied species of birds especially in the winter season.