KURUVA DWEEP

Kuruva dweep is a 950-acre (3.8 km2) protected river delta on the Kabini River in the Wayanad district, Kerala. This of dense and evergreen forest is uninhabited and hence a home to rare kinds of flora and fauna: uncommon species of birds, orchids and herbs namely. Its unique geographical characteristics make it a place where not only the leaves but also silence is evergreen being away from cities and thus it has become a place of attraction. The island surrounded by streams and river can be accessed using rafts or fiber boats run by Kerala Tourism Department. Most recently, it has been identified as the most visited place in the district by tourists drawn from all over the globe. Its unique geographical characteristics make it a place where not only the leaves but also silence is evergreen being away from cities and thus it has become a place of attraction. Most recently, tourists drawn from all over the globe have identified it as the most visited place in the district. Kuruva comprises of more than 150 small islands and two fresh water ponds. It is a group of many islands with a stretch of one hectare to 148 hectares. As many as three hour is needed to cover at least one island. The bridges made of bamboo and rare species of trees make the island unique.

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