Kochi to Kodanad

Travel route of Kochi to Kodanad is one the finest travel routes in Kerala. The beautiful place is situated 30 kilometers away from Kottayam town and is located amidst the hills on the Periyar River's southern bank.

Excursion from Kochi to Kodanad is very popular amongst the tourists for it offers them an opportunity to explore the vast vegetation and wildlife in this region. If you like trekking, then you can also trek down the route as this would bring you more close to the splendid nature and environment of Kerala.

During your tour from Kochi to Kodanad, you can try your hands into an elephant safari. There is an elephant training center. This center is the biggest elephant training center in the whole southern region of India. Elephants are basically trained for riding and to do heavy works which is out of human reach such as exploring the jungles, transporting logs of woods etc.

Apart from the elephant training center, Kochi to Kodanad excursion offers you a small zoo where you can explore the various wildlife of the region. The place is a perfect venue for organizing a picnic with your near and dear ones. Children like this place very much for they get to see various animals.

But the main attraction of Kochi to Kodanad tour in Kerala is the elephant ride. So do not forget to explore the jungles on the back of these huge beasts for you would not get such chance any where else in the region.

Last Updated on : 30/08/2013



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