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A land-locked district, Idukki is one of the most nature rich centres of Kerala. If there are moments sometimes when you long to get away to peace and tranquility on a virgin landscape where nature shimmers in its freshness with nothing but green rolling hills all around and a morning dew feel that keeps you energetic throughout the day, then Idukki is the place to be in. This beautiful high range district of Kerala is geographically known for its mountainous hills and dense forests.
The treehouse stay at Idukki is a lifetime experience that is guaranteed to breathe fresh life into your tired body.There are comfortable tree houses and eco-friendly resorts situated at an altitude of 4000 feet above sea level amidst the cardamom and tea plantations of the Western Ghats, at Vandanmedu and other places where you can relax and get close to nature.
There are different accommodation options available in Idukki, ranging from luxurious rooms and suites overlooking backyards with landscaped gardens to circular cottages with thatched terraces with views of the surrounding plantations.An underground cellar offers lovers of solitary living a chance to shut out the world. Erumadam - the wooden cabin situated on a treetop within the forest, is for tree dwellers who wish to get closer to nature. You can go to sleep listening to the sound of crickets and the wind rustling through the trees, and in the morning wake up to the sound of a squirrel chirping on your balcony.
Tree house stays in Idukki offer a unique venue surrounded by natural beauty, and is a refreshing getaway from city life.They form a world of their own, with all required amenities such as electricity and attached bathrooms with running water etc.In some places “caves” can also be rented out, for those wishing to add a streak of mystery to their adventurous trip.Some of these caves even have a facility for satellite TV.
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