Not just Munnar and Wayanad but Agasthyakoodam is the destination you must travel to for some exciting trekking. December to April are the best months to trek here.
All about Agasthyakoodam…
Agasthyakoodam trekking is one of the hardest trails in India. Agastyarkoodam is the second most astounding pinnacle situated in Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary at Thiruvananthapurm. Agastyarkoodam is accepted to be the dwelling place of the Hindu Sage, Agasthya. Sage Agastya is one among the 7 rishis (Sapta rishis) as per Hindu Purana. December to April are the best months to trek here.
Agasthyakoodam is nature’s tribute to feathered creature watchers. This second most astounding peak in Kerala has for quite some time been known as a fledgling watcher’s heaven and many assemble here to see fascinating avian species. It is close to Neyyar Dam and in addition Bonacaud. Agasthyakoodam is likewise known for its momentous greenery, particularly certain uncommon therapeutic herbs which have been found here. More than 2000 species including lichens, orchids, greeneries and plants have been recorded in the region.
What you should know before you head up this journey….
The pinnacle was named after the sage Agastya and is a mainstream traveller site. A holy place committed to him is situated here and is frequented by lovers. The air itself is said to have therapeutic characteristics. The pinnacle is an hour and a half drive from Bonacaud. Trekking is confined as just a couple of individuals are permitted to go up the pinnacle and ladies are not permitted here.