Ecotourism, a purposeful travel to natural areas to understand the cultural and natural history of environment, taking care not to alter the integrity of the ecosystem, while producing economic opportunities that make conservation of natural resources beneficial to local people is gaining more and more attention during the recent years.
Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary is unique in its scenic beauty and authentic ambience of nature. Nature loving tourists are given a rare opportunity to stay inside the forests in specially built camping houses as part of the camping packages run by Shendurney Ecotourism. Along with jungle camping, tourists are offered vegetarian food, trekking, jeep safari , bird watching etc. Shendurney hosts such of 5 camping sites at– Idimuzhanganpara, Pallivasal, Rockwood and Kurunthotti valavu and Lake view ‘n’ Kalamkunnu. Shendurney ecotourism is unique and special from others by virtue of its unmatchable trekking and camping packages.
News and Events
The Hon’ble Minister for Forest, Environment, Transport, Sports and Cinema Sri. Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan will inaugurate the implementation of the Eco Tourism Project and unveil the logo and website of Shendurney Eco Tourism Project on 5th January 2016. The details...read more
Shendurney Eco Tourism offers great opportunities to the general public to experience the wilderness of pristine and dense jungles of Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary. A bus safari touching the Myristica swamp forest inside the sanctuary and captivating Palaruvi...read more
A jungle safari touching the enchanting Rosemala area nestling inside the Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary is on the cards. On 5th January 2016, the Hon’ble Member of Parliament Sri. N.K. Premachandran will inaugurate the new safari package launched by Shendurney Eco...read more
A free medical camp was conducted in Rosemala Area of Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary on 6th September 2015 in collaboration with Poyyanil Hospital, Punalur. Rosemala is the biggest habitation having an extent of 2.21 square kilometres under the jurisdiction of...read more
Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary celebrated the World Elephant Day on 12th August 2015. In order to spread the awareness of Elephant conservation and its habitat protection, the world elephant day is being observed throughout the world. This time, we have organised many...read more