Kuruva Dweep

#2 of 7 things to do in Wayanad

Kuruva Dweep, also known as Kuruva Island, is a 950 acre protected river delta which consists of three uninhabited islands and certain submergible satellite islands and lies on the banks of Kabini River in the Wayanad district in the state of Kerala. It consists of rare species of birds, orchids, plants etc. The island consists of dense and evergreen forest and is a home to various kinds of flora and fauna. Being located at a distance of 16.7 km from the nearest town, it has become one of the most important tourist locations. The island is accessible by rafts and fiber boats run by Kerala Tourism Department. In order to protect the forest, the Forest Department of Kerla protects and monitors the island and a pass has to be obtained before the visit as there is a small number of animals in the island. The island is famous for its natural beauty and is one of the best places to visit for nature lovers and photographers.

Kuruva Dweep Photos

Kuruva Dweep  tour
Kuruva Dweep  tour
Kuruva Dweep  tour
Kuruva Dweep  tour