Periyar National Park located in Kerala, India. The main attraction of the park is the Indian the elephants and the tigers.

periyar National Park- FAQ’s

Q.1 What is Periyar National Park famous for?

Periyar National Park is famous for its diverse flora and fauna, especially elephants, tigers, gaurs, and sambar deer. It is also known for its beautiful landscape, including rolling hills, dense forests, and tranquil lakes.

Q.2 What is the best time to visit Periyar National Park?

The best time to visit Periyar National Park is from October to February, which is the winter season. However, if you want to see the park's lush greenery and waterfalls, you can plan your visit during the monsoon season (June to September).

Q.3 What are the activities available at Periyar National Park?

Periyar National Park offers several activities such as wildlife safaris, trekking, bamboo rafting, boating, and nature walks. You can plan your activities according to your interests and fitness level.

Q.4 How can I reach Periyar National Park?

Periyar National Park is well-connected by road, and you can reach the park by bus, taxi, or private car. If you plan to drive, make sure to check the road conditions and the availability of parking facilities.

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Q.5 Is it necessary to obtain permits for visiting Periyar National Park?

If you plan to go on a wildlife safari or trekking, you need to obtain the necessary permits from the park authorities. You can book these permits online or through our website.

Q.6 What are the accommodation options available at Periyar National Park?

There are several options for accommodation in and around Periyar National Park, ranging from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts. It is recommended to book your accommodation in advance, especially during the peak tourist season, to avoid any inconvenience.

Q.7What are the rules and regulations at Periyar National Park?

Periyar National Park has strict rules and regulations to protect its wildlife and natural resources. Make sure to follow the park's rules and regulations, such as not littering, not disturbing the wildlife, and not smoking in the park.