We woke up early next day.. had delicious breakfast and started for our first spot "Eravikulum National Park". After getting tickets for the park we boarded minibus 🚃arranged by park authorities for the tourists. Bus took us up the hill and we were dropped at a point from where we need to explore on foots. This Park is famous (only) for a endangered species Nilgiri tahr🦌 which you can easily spot. I took some snaps of Nilgiri Tahr.
This is a national park in the background of tea plantations. It is one such national park in the high ranges of Kerala which offers the magnificent view of hills with tea plantations - the Eravikulam National Park. Situated in the Kannan Devan Hills of the southern Western Ghats, the wildlife park can be reached via Munnar. Located in the Devikulam Taluk of Idukki district in Kerala, after reaching Munnar, you need to take the road going to Rajamala to reach this national park. The national park is a protected area and is divided into three regions - the core area, the buffer area and the tourism area. Visitors are allowed only to the tourism area that is in Rajamala, the region lying beyond the road entry into Eravikulam.
On day done tracking through nearby tea garden area and seen waterfall with glass of tea and from there visited the national park.