Welcome To Kurangni Trekking and Tourism

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Rengha Group begins a new concern named Kurangani Trekking specially made for trekkers. It has the multiple trekking trails to the famous destination such as Kurangani, Kolukkumalai, Munnar, Meesapulimalai and Top Station. These are the most popular hills located near Bodinayakanur famous for adventurous trekking & exotic tourism. Exploring these places through the dense forests & grassland paths provide you such a wonderful thrilling, stunning trekking experience. Trekkers from all over the country visiting this place frequently. Several foreign tourists do come here and spend their time enjoying the nature. Some nature lovers within the state also frequently visit Kurangani Hills for trekking and other related activities. Frequently changing weather, low-hanging clouds, chilly atmosphere and strong winds coupled with wide range of flora and fauna are the things to enjoy in the hills. One can spot Indian guars, barking deer, langurs, wild cats and birds. However, the villagers warn about the presence of leopards and tigers. But we couldn't spot any wild animals except wild chicks, and birds.



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Kurangani Trekking

Kurangani, a remote village nestled in sylvan surroundings on the Western Ghats at Kottakudi village, in Bodi. This region remains an unexplored tourism spot.

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Munnar Trekking

Munnar is located on the Eastern part of the Southern Western Ghats and is surrounded by Highrised Mountains. In 1180 AD, one of the brothers of the King Sundarapandian had purchased this area from the King of Travancore.

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koluku Malai Trekking

Kolukkumalai Trekking is an excellent option for people looking to trek up a high peak without the long ascent. The walk starts from the Mountain Hut and traverse through tea estates, shoal forest and grassland.

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Top Station Trekking

Top Station Trekking welcomes each trekker into their thick jungles, unexplored by the loops of the conventional traveling circuit. Low and slow moving clouds, gently swaying tree tops, mountain ridges and deep valleys are the panoramas that merge into your experience on this Top Station Trek.

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Kodaikannal Trekking

Enjoy Kodaikanal trekking to have a soothing getaway from the mundane affairs of life. With landscapes that are known for their mist-laden hilltops, shimmering lakes and lush green valleys, Kodaikanal is a trekker's paradise.

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Kumbakarai Trekking

Periyakulam (PKM) is located at 10.07째N 77.33째E. It has an average elevation of 282 metres (925 feet). It is located at the foothills of the Western Ghats bordering the neighbouring state of Kerala. It is one of the most fertile places in the state of Tamil Nadu.

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Agamalai Trekking

Periyakulam (PKM) is located at 10.07째N 77.33째E. It has an average elevation of 282 metres (925 feet). It is located at the foothills of the Western Ghats bordering the neighbouring state of Kerala. It is one of the most fertile places in the state of Tamil Nadu.

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Megamalai Trekking

For a long time, there has been a pending proposal with the Tamil Nadu Forest Department to establish the Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary on 600 km2 of forest in the division. The suggested priority tasks in the sanctuary include: the control of poaching,

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Vagamon Trekking

Vagamon, also spelt Wagamon (വാഗമൺ), is an Indian hill station town primarily located in Peerumade taluk of Idukki district (majority area including Vagamon town), and also Meenachil taluk and Kanjirappally taluk of Kottayam district in the state of Kerala, India

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kuttikkanam Trekking

In the 16th century the territory was under the rule of Changanacherry kings and was uninhabited. In 1756, the King of Travancore conquered Changanacherry, and brought the place under his supremacy. A Church Mission Society missionary, Henry Baker, started coffee plantations, and under the regency of Sri Moolam Thirunal these became tea plantations. Under the British Raj in India,

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Cumbummettu Trekking

Cumbum is located at 9.73°N 77.3°E.[2] It has an average elevation of 391 metres (1282 feet). One can see the backdrop of Kodaikanal Hills from Cumbum. Apart from that Cumbum has most vigorous activity in agriculture. Cumbum town is located in the Theni District of Tamil Nadu, near Kerala State,

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Ramakkalmedu Trekking

Although Ramakkalmedu has potential for it to become an international tourist destination, and already attracts more than 100,000 visitors. However, as of 2015 not much had been done for the improvement of basic facilities nearby. The government of Kerala has announced plans to develop this tourist station by improving transportation facilities with buses,

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Devadanapatti thalayar Trekking

On a clear day Rat Tail Falls is visible from the Dum Dum Rock viewpoint on the Batalugundu-Kodaikanal Ghat Road, 3.6 kilometres (2.2 mi) away to the west. It appears across the valley as a long thin white strip of cascading water on a background of black rock cliff face that juts out of the foothills.

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Bodimettu Trekking

Bodimettu is a locality in Theni district in the state of Tamil Nadu in India, near the border with Kerala. It is 10 km from Poopara on the way to Bodinayakkanur by the side of National Highway 85, which runs from Dhanushkkodi to Kochi. Bodimettu is the main cardamom-growing area of Tamil Nadu,

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