Thrissur Forest Tours


Thrissur is an exquisite and versatile tourist spot. Tourists can go for the exciting and interesting Thrissur Forest tours, while they are holidaying in the beautiful Thrissur.
The picturesque district of Thrissur, which is also known as Trichur, has a total forest area of about 103619 hector. These forest areas make wonderful forest trips in Thrissur.

There are some areas that have been converted into wildlife sanctuaries, the biggest example in the district of Thrissur being the Peechi Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary. It is situated along the catchment area of the Vazhani and Peechi dams. It has semi-evergreen and thick and damp deciduous forests. The Soochipara Waterfalls is a famous tourist spot that lies in the thick equatorial forest in Wayanad. These are wonderful sites of forest tourism in Thrissur and form exhilarating sight seeing tours in Thrissur.



Last Updated on 15/06/2013

     


     

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