You can enjoy nature in its pristine glory right in the middle of the forest along with a fabulous view of the waterfall.
Marayur in Idukki district is famed for its sweet jaggery and sweet-smelling sandalwood forest.
The first circular of the forest department that paved the way for timber loot was issued in last March by overturning decisive recommendations.
A kilogram of sandalwood costs Rs 16,000 in the market, and the largest sandalwood tree in Marayur is valued at about Rs 5 crore.
The UK environment secretary is set to announce that woodland creation rates will treble by May 2024, with around 7,000 hectares of woodlands planted per year.
The fund will aim to generate a profit by investing in forest properties that will be managed to both produce commercial timber and boost carbon removal.
The biodiversity park in Vizag, is unique in that despite a spread over a relatively small area of 3 acres, it is home to no less than 2,000 plant and tree species.
In a study, an area treated with a thick layer of coffee pulp turned into a small forest in two years while the control plot remained dominated by non-native pasture grasses.
The forest loss is also a major contributor to climate-warming emissions, with the dense tropical forest vegetation representing the largest living reservoir of carbon.
Padayappa is only a case in point and the people of the hill town of Munnar are living in constant fear of wild animal intrusion.