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Why Join Us?
All Youth Group
Hikerwolf involves travelers of all youth groups from teenagers to adults.i.e., 18-38 years only (young hearted people)
Safe for Girls
There is majority of girls on the tour (more than 70%) and even in our staff to make you feel comfortable and safer than ever. Your safety is our prime priority.
Highly Enthusiastic Trip Leaders
The enthusiasm in the well-trained leaders itself is a wholesome vibe. Along with them even introverts turn into extroverts in no time.
Best for Solo Traveler
86% of the solo travellers join us and together they turn strangers into friends to remember.
Couple Friendly Group
We, as well as the travellers are most welcoming and cool minded towards everyone. Enjoyment and comfort are the motive all along the trip.
We will assist you to plan the journey from your hometown to the destination airport and back, with our guidance and free assistance.
Famously known as Bahubali waterfall, it is the largest and grandest waterfall of Kerala. The surrounding greenery is the only place you would want to be at with your loved ones.
Eravikulam National Park
The ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts. We get the chance to spot some rare wildlife species like the Nilgiri Tahr. This national park is also the place where you can spot the beautiful plants of Neelakurinji which are known to bloom once in 12 years.
Long drives are always fun. And a scenic ride to Thekkady along gorgeous green hills will be fun and tranquilising both at the same time. We will also spend time near the serene waters of the Periyar river, the largest one in Kerala
Perhaps the most fun part of your Kerala trip will be meeting the gentle giants of the Elephant junction. Get to know them in their natural settings, enjoy elephant rides and basically create fond memories with your four-legged friends.
Mattupetty Dam and boating
Get picturesque views of the nature around at this dam which is also a popular picnic spot. Also, explore the place deeper as you go boating near the Mattupetty dam.
Just a few minutes on a houseboat at the Alleppey backwaters will make you realise why it is called the “Venice of the East”. This place with its canals of backwater streams and canopy of trees is nothing less than a paradise.
If by any chance you thought that Kerala cuisine is limited to idli and dosa then you are absolutely mistaken! Kerala has a diverse cuisine with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Some delicacies that you should look out for are Ela Sadya, Malabar parotta, Fried-Ground Mutton Curry, Mussel stir-fry and Payasam among others.