Bangalore to Thekkady Solo Trip Plan

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon17th Aug 2023, 2023-08-17T08:45:00+05:30
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Bangalore to Thekkady Solo Trip Plan

Solo trip from Bangalore to Thekkady can be an exciting adventure, as you'll get to explore the wildlife, spice plantations, and beautiful landscapes of this scenic destination in Kerala.

Here's a suggested itinerary for your trip:


Bangalore -> Salem -> Dindigul -> Thekkady -> Dindigul -> Salem -> Bangalore

Day 1: Bangalore to Thekkady

  • Start your trip early in the morning from Bangalore.
  • The distance between Bangalore and Thekkady is approximately 510 kilometers, and it takes around 9-10 hours by road.
  • Take the route via Salem and Dindigul to reach Thekkady.
  • Reach Thekkady by late afternoon or early evening.
  • Check into your accommodation and take some time to relax and freshen up.
  • In the evening, you can visit the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, famous for its wildlife and boat cruises on the Periyar Lake.
  • Enjoy a boat ride in the sanctuary, where you can spot various animals like elephants, deer, and birds.
  • Spend the night in Thekkady.

Day 2: Wildlife and Spice Plantations

  • Start your day by exploring the attractions in Thekkady.
  • Begin with a guided nature walk or a trek in the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can experience the lush greenery and diverse flora and fauna.
  • Visit the Elephant Junction, where you can interact with elephants, go for an elephant ride, or even participate in a bathing session with elephants.
  • Explore the spice plantations in Thekkady, where you can learn about various spices grown in the region like cardamom, pepper, and cinnamon.
  • Enjoy a tour of the plantations and learn about the cultivation and processing of spices.
  • In the evening, you can explore the local markets and purchase some authentic spices or handicrafts.
  • Spend another night in Thekkady.

Day 3: Departure

  • Start your day by visiting the Mangala Devi Temple, located inside the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary (permission required).
  • Enjoy the panoramic view from the temple premises, surrounded by dense forests.
  • If you're interested in cultural experiences, you can watch a traditional Kathakali or Kalaripayattu performance in the evening.
  • In the afternoon, start your journey back to Bangalore.
  • Reach Bangalore by late evening and conclude your solo trip to Thekkady with beautiful memories.

Please note that this itinerary provides a general outline for your trip, and you can modify it according to your preferences and the time you have available. Make sure to check the current travel guidelines, road conditions, and weather forecasts before embarking on your journey. Enjoy your solo adventure in Thekkady.

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