That there be a variety of species in the land of God is hardly any surprise. So if you are wondering what type must your Kerala vacation be this time ... Let us makes it easier for you ... Go green and keep it Wild! With selected Kerala tours, you can opt for the most exotic experiences for your family!In the town of Thalaserry, Kunnur, you'll stumble upon the interior village of Aralam and its hidden treasures during your Kerala vacation packages. It is here that we recommend you start your exploration of wild life. Elephants, gaurs, Sambars, spotted Deer, barking Deer, Nilgiri Langurs, Hanuman Langurs, Malabar giant squirrels, to name some, constitute the wealth of this sanctuary's fauna. Spread over a vast space of 55 Sq. Km, this village of Aralam is a much welcome home for its inhabitants. A pleasing variety of species is protected in this sanctuary and you are free to witness the same at your happy convenience. The Eravikulam National park is an ideal place to observe the beautiful rolling grass lands and their own unique Eco-system. This National Park of Munnar takes great pride, as it puts on a display of some of the most exotic and rare species of the flora and fauna of Kerala. It is a wonder indeed to be able to see the terrestrial and epiphytic orchids and beautiful wild balsams in full bloom! Nilgiri Tahr, being the most treasured species, we also find here animals like, Nilgiri Langur, leopard, tiger, Indian bison etc. moving about their everyday activities while we stand awe-struck taking our Kerala vacation!Bird sanctuaries are another one of the perks of Kerala's wild life. The Kadalundi bird sanctuary, spread over a cluster of islands, is a classic example of this perk. Most Kerala tour packages include this sanctuary, with over 60 species of migratory birds, like seagulls, terns, sandpipers, sand plovers, red and greenshanks, turnstones flock here in large numbers from November to April. The Kumarokam bird sanctuary spread over an area of 14 acres is a host to various birds like Indian Darter, Little cormorant, different species of egrets and herons, white ibis, several species of kingfishers, etc during the breeding season, also playing host to rare migratory birds. The pin-tailed duck, garganey teal, spot-billed duck are a few water fowls that the sanctuary breeds.The Parambikulam tiger reserve is situated in the Chittur Taluk of Palakkad district. One of the most striking features of this sanctuary include (as asserted by many Kerala vacation packages), scientifically managed teak plantations. It houses the oldest teak tree which is about 350 years now. The plethora of shades of green will take you by surprise in this ecological plantation. Among many species of fishes, insects and mammals, one of the most prized privileges of this sanctuary are vested in their tigers; one of the reasons that this sanctuary conveniently finds place in the best of Kerala tour.