Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park

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Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park

Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park
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You can take the car upto the park entry point, then a bus ride up the mountain. Saw many mountain goats, a lovely walk through the clouds. Small cafe and gift store at the top.
Skrevet 28. juni 2022
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roshangk
Sugar Land, TX5 bidrag
This is a must-do when in Munnar! The views were breathtaking throughout and we were lucky to see a group of about 8 Nilgiri Thar, which was a treat. As others have said, you have to buy a ticket and take a 20 minute bus ride to the drop off point from where you can choose to continue by foot or simply return by bus. I would highly recommend at least walking a little by foot for those that can physically do it. The road is very well paved and wide. We did not have a wait at all when buying tickets but other reviewers seemed to encounter long waits, I'm sure it depends on the time and day you visit. It looks like there's an option to buy tickets online as well to avoid waiting in line at the park.

Our kids loved seeing the Thar! Even if you don't catch a glimpse of the Thar, the wonderful mountain views alone make this a worthwhile activity. We got some great pictures while there.
Skrevet 26. juni 2022
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Wanderer
Bangalore, India34 bidrag
This is not a National park. Shame that this place is being tagged as a National Park where Tourists must visit.

You have to board the bus from entry point with ticket costing 200 Rs. Bus takes you for 20 minute ride on hills and leaves you at some point uphill. From there you can walk for 20-30 minutes uphill on a road, take pics and return. There is absolutely nothing to see except some wild goats(Nilgiri tahr).

1 hour waiting to get ticket, another 1 hour to board the bus, another 1 hour waiting for bus while returning. Just to have hill view which anyways you can get anywhere in Munnar.

Do no visit this place, rather chill in your resort/hotel or in some tea plantation area.
Skrevet 2. juni 2022
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Renu8
New Delhi, India259 bidrag
ERAVIKULAM NATIONAL PARK – MUNNAR

Of Sholas, Streams and Waterfalls.

Though we woke up to a misty, rainy morning, we did not allow the weather gods to dampen our spirits. We did, however, delay our departure from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the hope that it would be a case of, ‘rain, rain go away, come back another day’.

We bought our tickets on line, at a cost of Indian Rs 200/-per adult, as entrance fee for Eravikulam National Park, the sanctuary and home to the largest population of the Ibex or Nilgiri Thar. Of the three time slots we chose the 8 a.m. to noon as it has the largest time span compared to the noon to 2 p.m., lastly followed by 2 to 4 p.m.

We drove to Rajamalai Estate, a few kms from the town, on a superbly tarred road, to the ticketing centre at 5th Mile, which is the entrance to the park. A ticket counter for on the spot purchases of tickets as well. This is also the point from where one transfers to the safari buses that take you on a 15 minute drive to a disembarkation point which has a tourist shop, a cafeteria and public toilets. This is known as the tourism zone of the park. The best way to see these creatures is to then walk for about a kilometre from here in the hope of spotting the sure footed animals, who are most at home standing perpendicularly on the rock face.

The mood of everyone in the bus was a bit grim with a heavy silence due to the inclement weather. But Nature had put out a spectacular display for us. The morning fog gave the forest and valley an ethereal appearance. The constant sirimiri along with the chilly, damp, fresh air, caused the temperature to dip. Perched at 7,000 ft. above sea level, we got a panoramic view of the miles and miles of rolling hills covered with neatly trimmed, emerald green contoured tea bushes, that seemed to merge with the horizon, yonder. The silver oak trees planted amidst the camellia sinensis bushes, happily showing off their silver wares when a gust uplifted their branches. Various waterfalls where the trickle from the perennial streams coalesced to form gushing, milky white curtains of water, against the black rock of the mountain face. The Lakkom waterfall is the grandest of them all when rain filled, it falls breathtakingly, with a thunderous sound. The terrain consisting of high altitude grasslands and the extensively forested deep valleys and gorges known as ‘Sholas’, guarding a treasure trove of flora, fauna, medicinal plants as also birds, butterflies, reptiles and amphibians.

Enroute our driver proudly pointed out the highest peak of the Indian Peninsula. ‘Anamudi’,which literally translates to, ‘elephant’s head,’ is a towering black ,bald stone giant, with a height of 2695m in the southern region of the Park. It had its head shrouded in the mist.

Eravikulam, with an area of 97km square, was formerly the hunting preserve of the British planters. It was declared a sanctuary in 1975 to protect this endangered goat species and in 1978, a National Park. This however, does not guarantee a sighting, as with a visit to any sanctuary. It is not the be all and end all of one’s visit. That is why I have described the natural verdant of Eravikulam so that on not seeing the Ibex you can obliterate its absence from your mind and enjoy nature’s captivating glory at its best.

The National Park is closed from January/February to March, for calving.

With our heads in the clouds, wet and bedraggled, we returned, feeling invigorated and totally in awe of experiencing a slice of heaven in God’s own country.
Skrevet 24. mai 2022
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Ayyappadas R
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Worth a Visit Forest department take you in a Vehicle inside the jungle to a certain extent ,then we have to walk to reach the top. On the way we can find animals if lucky
Skrevet 13. mai 2022
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Sreejith
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You can buy ticket at the counter and a bus will drop you at a spot. It is short hike from there. The bus route and the hike are beautiful locations

Nilgai and pied bushchat are easy to find

The place is closed during mating season

Nilgai are not so shy. But DO NOT TOUCH THEM. If they get human smell they might become social pariah. This can be troublesome for nursing mothers.
Skrevet 19. september 2021
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Karthik Dasu
Hyderabad, India134 bidrag
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We could see only small part of the park because of lack of time,but worth visiting this place, there are few these sought of parks in India
Skrevet 25. mars 2021
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Abhishek R
Bangalore, India20 bidrag
Must visit place in Munnar. The most beautiful place for a walk. I make it a point to visit this place during all my Munnar trips. Beautiful and just wow 👌🏻
Skrevet 4. februar 2021
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Indus Holidays - Kerala Specialist
Kochi (Cochin), India53 bidrag
During your stay at Munnar, Eravikulam national park is definitely a worth visiting attraction. Also known as Rajamala, Eravikulam is a home to Nilgiri Thar, an endangered species of goat.
This is a ticketed attraction. From the parking area, there are safari vehicles which will take you up the hill to a particular point. From there you can trek up spotting the friendly goats. From here, you also get a breathtaking view of Anamudi, South India's largest peak.
The park is closed from January to March as it is the breeding season for Nilgiri Thar.
While visiting, please note:
The park is an ecologically sensitive area. Try to avoid loud noise as it will scare the goats.
Don't touch the goats. They are very sensitive.
The national park is a plastic-free zone.
For those interested in trekking, the management organizes special programs, details of which will be available at the information counter.

Entry fees - INR 125/ - for adults and INR 95/- for children. For foreign nationals it is INR 420/- per head.
Skrevet 2. juni 2020
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Hemangi
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The place is good and provides a good view. At the time we visited the waterfall was still there and we were lucky to spot a few Tahrs. You have to take the bus to and fro of the tourism department. If it's crowded there's a long que for both sides. If you have elderly people or small kids it will be difficult to make the climb. But for small kids you can take the pram. I will mot say it as a must visit but if you like to climb mountain for a view, you might enjoy this.
Skrevet 24. februar 2020
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