Kuruvadweep Island is a beautiful tiny island near the Kabini River in the Wayanad district of Kerala. It is the only island that is bounded by fresh water. The area and the geographical aspect of the spot make Kuruvadweep a popular tourists attraction. The splendid beauty of the spot draws the eyes of tourists from all across the globe. Its view of the island makes it a hotspot for nature lovers. One can explore the Kuruvadweep island in Kerala to explore the picturesque scenery and feel being close to splendid nature. It is therefore attracted by locals. The calmness of the island will surely give an experience all wants to have in the fast-paced and chaotic world of today.
... The total area of Kuruvadweep island is about 950 acres in the area which is ringed by Kabini River and other flaw. As it is located in the delta region, Kuruvadweep island is an array of islands that can be reached by boats or rafts. These boats and rafts are organized by the Kerala Tourism Department in collusion with Kerala Forest Department. The Forest Department also keeps the islands unpolluted and unharmed. As this is the spot for tourists searching uncontaminated natural atmosphere.
Q. What Kuruvadweep Island is famous for?
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Kuruvadweep Island?
Ans. Thirunelli Temple, Pulpally Seethadevi Temple, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary, Thrissillery Shiva Temple, Valliyoorkavu Bhagavathi Temple, Panamaram Jain Temple, Korome Mosque, Latin Church and Paingatteri Agraharam
Q. How to Reach Kuruvadweep Island?