Not a value for money. Jips were noisy and we couldn't spot even deers also.Not recommended for those who had already traveled through the Bandipur forest.
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On our way to Wayanad from Coimbatore we entered through Karnataka. Crossing two wild life sanctuaries on the Karnatak side ( Muthanga sancturay) and wayadad sancturay ( on Kerala side) a stretch of almost 30 kms was very interesting. We could see elephants ( few)...More
Since it was Sunday morning there was a long queue at the starting point of Tholpetty safari. The Jeep and tickets for the safari came up to 1300 or so for 5 of us. Reached at the counter at 6:45 and got out only by...More
This sanctuary is bordered with Nagarhole & Bandipur in Karnataka and Mudumalai in Tamilnadu and spread around of 350 sq km.The sanctuary is divided into two ranges Tholpetty and Muthanga. To visit sanctuary you can go to either Tholpetty or Muthanga.The forest department has arranged...More
We had planned two drives here but were told to only other with one y our homestay owners as its better to go out first thing in the morning. We arrived before 7 am to get in the queue for the first jeep out so...More
It is a nice place full of greenery.. lots and lots of butterflies are flying.. You must go in early morning.. to get full worth of this place.. We had seen deer , elephants..
We expected to see a few animals, as per that suggested by the guide, however all we saw were dears and monkeys. The path that led us in was beautiful and green.
We heard that it is a very good places to visit in wayanadu. We reached there 5 in the morning bcoz of only 40 jeeps are allowed in to the sanctuary.Like us there were plenty people waiting for the ticket from the morning.the counter opened...More
Two times in a day: stand in queue at 7 am or at 1.30 pm. Additional Rs.600/- for jeep ride. you'll see elephants for sure and other animals by luck!