According to the new proposal, the trip will continue to places such as Parunthumpara, Thenmala, Achenkovil, Ponmudi and Munnar, from Gavi.
This amazing vista is in the Kurumbatti division of the Harrisons Malayalam Limited’s Kambazha estate, which is not far away from the Pathanamthitta town.
Oorali Appooppan is the lord of mountain gods, the protector of 999 mountains.
The log huts would be entirely in harmony with nature, and thus the stay at these cottages would offer a special experience.
You might get drenched while taking the coracle ride in the rain, but the experience is simply awesome.
Adavi is 23km away from Pathanamthitta and the boating facility is available between 8.30am and 5.30pm.
The ride to Kattathippara is an experience on its own as you go past towering trees, green grasslands and gurgling brooks.
The cave temple was constructed following the principles of Pallava ‘ratha’ architecture, which is a monolithic rock-cut architecture.
As the lush green forest of Gavi is situated close to 3,000ft above sea level, it has a pleasant cool climate compared to the searing heat of the plains.
The pocket-friendly boat ride on the tranquil Gavi Lake is conducted under the aegis of the Kerala Forest Development Corporation (KFDC).