Sunday, 18 September 2011

Escape to wilderness.. a travel through gavi.



Green Symphony of God’s Own country

Spread across the beauty of Periyar Tiger Reserve, Gavi is a quiet, beautiful and pristine forest haven. It is at the eastern extreme of the Pathanamthitta District at 3400 ft above MSL. These evergreen forests are abundant with magnificent Wildlife including the tiger, elephants, leopards, bears, Indian gaur, sambar, barking & Mouse deers, lion tailed macaque, other varieties of monkeys, Nilgiri Marten and a lot more.
For the nature explorers Gavi offers the complete acquaintance with the flora around including Nageia Wallichinia (Podocarpus Wallichinia), a highly endemic species of the Gymnosperm family seen only around Gavi in the whole Western Ghats !

Beauty of wild nature




The road leading to the picturesque Gavi is blanketed by tea plantations, which itself is a refreshing experience. En route to Gavi are places of interest like Mundakayyam, Kuttikanam, Peermedu and Vandiperiyar from where the road deviates to Gavi.


Fresh tea leaves under a blanket of mist..feels fresh!

Car looks vibrant with the background!
KSRTC to kumali-through gavi

Tea plantation worker-a scene from peermede

Cloudy nature

The 'road' to gavi

Kakki dam-just 15 kms from gavi

Scene from kakki dam

Finally........@ my destination


How to reach.....................




Traveler's note.
Gavi is bound to cast its magical spell on every visitor and is surely a place that should not be missed in one's lifetime. Gavi is pristine, and it belongs to the wild, which is a reminder that visitors are responsible for their intentions and actions, which will have a bearing on the upkeep of Gavi for a long time to come. 





3 comments:

  1. this is for the first time i have come to know about this place.very good attempt,rajesh.keep it up and continue your journey.

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  2. nice caputre

    all wishes
    from


    sabukeralam.blogsot.com

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  3. Gavi beautiful place...

    thanks

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