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Tips For Periyar Tiger Trail

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Periyar Tiger Trail In Thekkady

Rated 4.1/5 (based on 7450 reviews)

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Ideal Duration:

2 - 3 Hours

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Don’t litter the property

Stock up on water and snacks before going

Carry a torch for overnight exploring

Carry medicines for any kind of allergies that you may have

Do not touch any unidentified plants for they may be poisonous

Finally, make the most of your time because such experiences are rare and are not an everyday feature.

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FAQ's of Thekkady

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Are tiger sightings frequent in Periyar National Park?

Tiger sightings in Periyar are not all that frequent. However, the number of tigers has reached a healthy amount now and it is definitely worth taking a chance. Who knows, you might come face to face with one.

Is it safe for children to go on the tiger trail?

It is completely alright for children to be visit Periyar and it is quite safe as long as they are kept in check by their chaperones/parents. However, apart from the controlled area, it is hazardous for anyone to get separated from their group. 

Is photography of the tigers allowed?

Photography in case of a tiger sighting is permitted, however, as some sightings can be fleeting, it is a good idea to get as good a look as you can before whipping out the camera.