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Located at Wayanad, Kuruva Dweep is famous for its scenic beauty, picturesque water bodies and exotic wildlife sanctuary. Stretched on 950 acres river delta system, Kuruva Dweep in Kerala is a cluster of beauteous islands. The island is uninhabited and thus, is an ideal picnic spot for those on a Kerala tour. It is situated at a distance of 17km east of Mananthavady and 40 km North West of famous Sultan Bathery. The place is a perfect tourist destination as it serves as a place free from the noise and hustle-bustle of the city life.

Sightseeing at Kuruva Dweep

This Kerala hill station is home to many rare species of birds, orchids and herbs and showcases nature in its most rugged and untamed form.

Some of the attractions at Kuruva Dweep are:

Kabani River : this widespread river Kabani is one of the major attractions of many Kerala hill stations. It is one of the three rivers of Kerala that flows toward east and is the main source of water for Kaveri River. Experience the thrilling and exhilarating ride on the bamboo-raft which is sure to be a memorable part of your South- India tour. Kabini is also one of the most popular wildlife destinations because of its easy accessibility, lush green landscape surrounding a large picturesque lake, and fantastic sightings of large herds of elephants

Begur Wildlife Sanctuary : this wildlife sanctuary is located at Mananthavady which is 17 km east of Kuruva Islands. The forte of this Sanctuary is that the trees here behold medical value. The animals ranging from elephants, deer, tigers, boars, leopards create a very pictorial ambience.

Other sightseeing places around Kuruva Dweep are the ancient Sultan Bathery, Chain tree and Banasura Dam which is the largest earth dam in India. The lush greenery around this hill station in Kerala leaves long-lasting imprints on the minds of its visitors.
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