Actress Sanusha recollects enrapturing trip to Wayanad

Actress Sanusha recollects enrapturing trip to Wayanad

Monsoon kept its arrival date without fail and with the heaven opening up there are green shoots all around. The rains have filled the shrinking brooks with water and made the forest greener than ever. This is the right time for travellers who fancy rain as they love to trek, hike and camp during the monsoon season. But this rainy season is going to be a dampener with the COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc.

Moviegoers are quite familiar with Malayalam actress Sanusha. She made her presence felt in Mollywood as a child artiste in Mammootty-starrer ‘Kazhcha’ and Mohanlal-starrer ‘Mampazhakkalam’, and was also well received when she became a lead heroine. Now the actress, who took a break to concentrate on studies, is planning a comeback. Sanusha is a travel freak and has shared snaps of one of her wonderful trips on Instagram.

The pictures of Sanusha’s tour to Wayanad can only tease avid travellers who are confined indoors due to COVID-19 triggered travel restrictions. In one striking picture, Sanusha is sitting on a swing over a flowing stream with milky waters. The actress made this trip before the lockdown curbs were announced.

The lovely pictures were taken at the sought-after 'Rain Forest Jungle Stay' in Wayanad. The stay at this resort in Meppady can give one a feel of camping inside a lush green forest, and who doesn’t love to relax with a steaming cup of tea and listen to myriad sounds of nature?

From Meppady, guests have to travel 5km through the forest to reach ‘Rain Forest Jungle Stay’. After reaching the facility, one can take a walk through the plantation and enjoy the nature’s beauty. The guests have an option to either pitch a tent and spend the night outside or stay in a cottage. A camp fire is also available. The dinner was sumptuous and the menu included ghee rice and chicken.

A morning stroll through the forest listening to birds’ chirping is ethereal. And climb the Elimbileri hills for some adventure. The off-road drive up to Meppady town is also part of the package.  

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