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2021-01-23 12:00:00 AM

Sugathakumari Smarananjali

Silent valley Ecotourism

  • Keerippara
  • Walk with Master


Life always finds a way and here you witness it, as the scarlet shades of red-silk cotton flowers or the fluttering of peacock wings or the thumping of timid barking deer or the wake up calls of skittish squirrels. Bommiyampadi, sitting beside ‘Krishnavanam’ is a place for any ‘urban escapee’. A monument of ecological restoration to inspire the conservationist in you. Grab this chance and get your backpacks ready for Bommiyampadi. Dhathri Cottage : 16,000 (5 people) Annapoorna, Vasudha & Vasundhara Cottages : 7500 (2 people) + Rs.2000 for additional person Contact Number: +91 8589895652


The programme includes a 5 km trek to Keerippara Camp shed, which is located in the scenic spot above Attappady ghat and an overnight stay there*. Being in an open terrain, the campers may get a good chance to observe wildlife in the hills and valleys sprawling all around. The landscape represents a different face of Silent Valley, but gives a perfect wilderness experience to the enthusiastic visitors. The trek will take you through a mosaic of landscapes from rain forest to deciduous forests and then to rolling grasslands. Charges (Indians) : 4300 (2 people) Contact Number: +91 8589895652


Silent Valley National Park has been championing the cause of conservation and a leading flag bearer in the field of nature education since its inception. Walk with the master is a ‘paid nature camp’ that gives an opportunity for nature lovers to meet and interact with experts/ masters from diverse walks of life. This is an open-ended nature appreciation programme. Individual topics could be Nature Photography, Nature Walk, Nature writings, Wildlife appreciation, Tribal Life etc. The camp is planned as 2-3 days programme in which 15-20 selected participants camp in the National Park with ‘Master’. Contact for more details: +91 8589895652


Research and Monitoring

Silent Valley is one of the extensively researched National Parks in India. There is a vast amount of information available on the Parks biodiversity and ecology. Research activities are conducted within the National Park in order to fill the gaps in the knowledge and also to help management.
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