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7th Heaven Villas, One of best Backwater Resorts in Thattekad, Kerala. It is situated at the banks of the exotic Periyar river in Kerala and nearby Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary Thattekad . After a holiday here you are sure to go back refreshed and rejuvenated. For your stay we offer you spacious villas that make you feel at home, and for your food you have a wide variety to choose from.
We offer facilities such as Ayurveda treatment in Rejuvenation, Nasya, Pizhichil, which assure you complete wellness, a boat-jetty from where you may take off for relaxing boat-rides on the serene backwaters and a beckoning outdoor swimming pool. It is located at a short 35 KM from the Cochin International Airport and 40 KM from Aluva Railway Station.
Near by Attractions
The Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, covering an area of approximately 25 km², and located about 10 km north-east of Kothamangalam, Kerala, India, is the first bird sanctuary in Kerala. Salim Ali, one of the best known ornithologist described this sanctuary as the richest bird habitat on peninsular India. Thattekkad literally means flat forest, and the region is an evergreen low-land forest located between the branches of , the longest river in Kerala.
Bhoothathankettu is a dam and tourist spot in Kerala, India. It is situated outside the village of Pindimana, about 10 km away from the town of Kothamangalam and 50 km away from Kochi.
The Idamalayar Dam is a multipurpose concrete gravity dam located at Ennakal, near Bhoothathankettu, on the Idamalayar River, a tributary of the Periyar River in Kerala, South India. Completed in 1985, with a length of 373 metres (1,224 ft), the dam created a multipurpose reservoir covering 28.3 km2 (10.9 sq mi) in the scenic hills of the Western Ghats.
Kodanad is a rural riverside village of Ernakulam district, Kerala, southern India. Kodanad is situated on the south bank of Periyar river. In 1950-60s, Kodanad used to be the largest of several elephant training centres for captured Elephants from the adjoining forest regions. They were trained using Mahouts, specially skilled people also known as 'Paappaan' in Malayalam language. In 1970s, there was a ban to elephant capture by Government of India and from then on, Kodanad is primarily used as a rescue training centre.
The name Munnar is believed to mean "three rivers", referring to the location at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers and located about 80 km from Thattekad.
Eravikulam National Park is administered by the Kerala Department of Forest and Wildlife, Munnar Wildlife Division, together with the nearby Mathikettan Shola National Park, Anamudi Shola National Park, Pambadum Shola National Park, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary and the Kurinjimala Sanctuary. The Western Ghats, Anamalai Sub-Cluster, including all of Eravikulam National Park, is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site.
Marayoor, located forty km from Munnar, is a rain shadow village lying in the eastern side of the Western Ghats and is bordered by the neighbouring state Tamil Nadu. Marayoor is the only place in Kerala with a natural growth of sandalwood trees.