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Monday, June 12, 2017

Kuruva Island : Kerala



I was in Mysore on the purpose of attending a work shop,in the last month.After having seen a few important land marks , headed towards Wayanad district to see some less known or explored places.Happened to be at Sultan bathery of Kerala to move further to see Kuruva Island.In fact,I was not aware of this place until a friend suggested it as a worth seeing nature's gift.We have taken a taxi from Sultan bathery,which is a municipality in Wayanad district.Almost a two hour drive from there.

The Island was fully covered with greenery.And there were bamboo rafts to cross the water body to reach the Island.The ride over there was fun along with fellow visitors.With the help of the rope,the raft kept moving slowly on the surface of the water.In Island,there was plenty of forest land and flowing streams.Hope you enjoy the video captured for you all.

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11 comments:

  1. Nice one. Our trip to wayanad and kuruva island.
    http://xplorewithus.blogspot.in/2014/05/wayanad.html

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  2. Like your video here! Good job!

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  3. Lovely video, so different views.

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  4. Five times to Goa but we never made it to Kerala. Wish we had.

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  5. Hi! Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Thanks most sincerely for the lovely comment you left on ~ My little old world ~, I sincerely appreciate it !
    Your blog is absolutely stunning, with your shots you talk about a part of our wonderful world I love so, that's why I'm following you with much joy !

    Wishing you all my best

    XOXO Daniela

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  7. So many selfie takers! Had never seen this type of 'rowing' of raft/boat. Fascinating.

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  8. Really lovely video! I like all the photos on the rest of the blog also. Have a great weekend. cheers

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  9. what a pleasure to go with this raft :)

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