Day 1: Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary through tea garden and Shola forest Day 2: Hiking through South plain of the sanctuary Day 3: Trekking to treehouse and visit to pre-historic archaeological site.
Chinnar is located in the eastern slope of Western ghats sharing its flora and fauna with Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and Eravikulam National Park. The sanctuary has an area of 90 sq.km. Chinnar has a unique thorny scrub forest with Xerophytic vegetation. The undulating terrain with rocky patches manifolds the scenic splendor of the sanctuary. As the altitude varies from 500 to 2,400 m above sea level within a few kilometer radiuses, there is a drastic variation in the climate and vegetation. This sanctuary has also rainfall ranging from 600 mm to 3000 mm and a dry season ranging from three to six months Elephant, gaur, leopard, spotted deer, sambar, grizzled giant squirrel, hanuman languor etc. inhabit the Chinnar forests. The grizzled Giant squirrel is an endangered species, dull gray in color.
The challenging high altitude grass lands & sholas, tropical rain forest and dry savanna type are impressive for a trekking enthusiast. It is a mix of adventure, pleasure, fun and self realization. We offers specialized trekking tour packages Our treks in Western Ghats ranging from easy adventures for the family to strenuous ones for those seeking high adventure! On our treks and climbs, we have employed very skilled and experienced trekkers who will take care of you at each step.
Day 1: Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary through tea garden and Shola forest
Day 2: hiking
through South plain of the sanctuary
Day 3: trekking
to treehouse and visit to pre-historic archaeological site.
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