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After arriving at 5pm in Kumily we went to the information and booking centre. We were met with a very rude and unhelpful lady at the desk. We asked
- “we would like to do a trek tomorrow”
- “tomorrow only bamboo rafting”
Couldn't ask more! Booked visit through Boat online. Those ninety minutes, we all were completely speechless and just summing up all beauty at one go to savour these precious moments as our life long gift. On either side of lake, thick and yet seren green...More
Very bad experience. You are taken early in morning in a bus and then in a boat which makes so much noise that all animals or birds would run away. There is no information or guidance from forest department about the sanctuary. Very sorry state...More
The forest and the lake are beautiful and interesting and the walk is not too difficult, but:
The guide walks very fast with no stops for explanations, the rafting is less than one hour instead of two, there is no explanations on how to behave...More
Date of experience: December 2018
New Forest National Park Hampshire, United Kingdom
We were asked to start the walk at 06.30, so had to get up at 05.30. The local guide was surly and we couldn't understand him. We were due to have a coach ride to the start of the "nature", but the driver and bus...More
The boat ride is worth taking. Unfortunately, we did not spot any animals but it was an excellent boat ride thru forests. Beware of monkeys who as soon as you open your bags, pounce at you and run away with your food.
Anyways, great place...More
This had been arranged for us by our tour operator as part of our Kerala experience. Had this not been the case we would not have chosen to take part in the soft trek having been somewhat spoiled on a visit to Etosha (Namibia) and...More
Early morning trip about 6.30am was advised and it really was a lovely time to board the boat for a sightseeing trip of the Reserve. No, we did not see Tigers or even Elephants but we did spot Monkeys, foxes, buffalo and the odd tortoise...More
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Can’t comment on weather, but we never felt safety was an issue, we travelled through and stayed in the area without any problems. We had a driver to take us from place to place, but were on our own daily, a busy area but we... More
Can’t comment on weather, but we never felt safety was an issue, we travelled through and stayed in the area without any problems. We had a driver to take us from place to place, but were on our own daily, a busy area but we felt safe.