Journey to the Wildside of life

Wildlife is something that everyone would love to experience and that is what i decided to do have the location fixed for my ride this time and place where very few have visited and it is a tiger reserve. Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, which also includes the erstwhile Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, is a 391 square kilometers protected area in Chittur taluk in Palakkad district of Kerala state, South India.

Two mean machines and 3 of us had decided take off …Friday night the 9th Dec 2016 at 10pm we where supposed to start but unfortunate reasons we had some commitments to take care and started our journey at 11:45pm and all were starving for food, so we decided to reach A2B after Shoolagiri which is around 57kms approx from the start point. Closing time and got 2 idly’s per head to eat and keep us awake the complete night to ride. Around 1:30am started the journey and few pit stops for tea’s we reached the Tiger hill resort by 6:15am which is around 414kms Google map click here.

Resort weblink

Selfie with the Monster
Benelli 600GTS and Triumph Street Tripple
Waiting to roar

Morning 6:15am freshened and after breakfast we headed to the jungle with full excitement in Tavera as bike’s are not allowed.

Resort Arial view
Dining and reception Arial view
Activities area
Peace zone
Our buddy taking picture of the room
Serious looks on the pic and analyzing
Buddy thinks he is cool between the pillars
Now that both are ready wanted to pose

Two check points, one is TN and other one is Kerala to reach Parambikulam. Both we had a fee of Rs.600/- approx for 3 and camera. Journey to the place takes approx 1hour due to road conditions.

Showing off that we are entering the Tiger zone
Could not find tiger in the wild but here we found

Entry fee for safari for 3 was approx Rs.600/- we got into the bus with all the excitement to spot wild Tiger’s and other wild animals.


With a lot of disappointments we were about to head to reach the gate and the bus stops for a break inside the Parambikullam village.

Disappointed visitors

This kid who came along did not see her at first but when we stopped and were having some snacks this cute kid got our attention….and made us feel better and kept us smiling all the way.

We reached the gate and we were heading back and found these 2 elephants getting ready for the safari for the guests who were staying at the jungle lodges.

Reached the resort and had food, the stay and food is really worth in this place. we crashed early to the bed and ended our day 1.

Day2: Early morning at 8pm we left the resort and headed towards another destination Valparai  is a Taluk and hill station in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu, India. It is located 3,500 feet (1,100 m) above sea level on the Anaimalai Hills range of the Western Ghats, at a distance of 100 kilometres (62 mi) from Coimbatore and 65 kilometres (40 mi) from Pollachi. There are 40 hairpin bends on the way up to Valparai from Azhiyar. While major portions of the land are owned by private tea companies, large forest areas continue to be out of bounds.

This location is approx 54kms from the place where we stayed and the journey to this place takes easy 2hours. we reached the hill and had Vada’s as breakfast which is really yummy and was hot…..after the heavy breakfast we visited the Sholayar dam did some photography.

Started our return journey to return back to Bangalore it is 458kms. Around 2:45pm we were on the way through the village roads and roads were really good….one of my cousin was waiting for us to reach at Salem for riding back to Bangalore with us.

Had our lunch around 4:45pm and then started to head back from Salem with him. Return journey was real difficult as we were falling asleep but reached home by 8pm. Amazing trip and good company to enjoy with thanks a lot guy’s for making it for this journey.

Complete route plan on Google map click here
Total kms:1300 approx

Adios…..cya till the next one…Riderboy’s journey continue’s.

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