Tuesday, June 13, 2017


Tuesday, 30th May 2017

Kuruva Dweep (Kuruva Islands) Wayanad, is protected river delta on the Kabini River in Wayanad District of Kerala, about 40 km from Kalpetta. It is the only island surrounded by with naturally purified water source.

This consists of dense and evergreen forest that is uninhabited and hence home to rare kinds of flora and fauna, species of birds, orchids and herbs.

Kruvadweep is normally closed from May to early December due to monsoon and retreading monsoons. The islands have massive trees, the boughs of which at some places stoop down and caress the river water.

It's existing for visitors for some blissful and serene moments, and a place for cool shades of big trees and listen to lullaby of gurgling river.

We were there around 10.30 am and after paying entrance fee of Rs 80.00 per person, crossed to the island by a rope boat, with lots of people. Spent around 2 hours, walking and playing in the flowing water.

It was nice time spent at the island.

written Wednesday 14th June 2017

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