Gavi in Idukki
Gavi is 14 km south west of Vandiperiyar, 28 km from Kumily, close Thekkady. Gavi is inside the Ranni save backwoods. Gavi is a piece of Seethathode Panchayath in Ranni Taluk. Gavi is a piece of the Periyar Tiger Reserve, and the course can be secured via auto from Vandiperiyar. The extra charge is 25 rupees for each individual and 50 rupees for each vehicle. Cameras are 25 rupees and camcorders are charged 100 rupees. Both day and night stays are accessible. Woodland tent outdoors is accessible from November through March.. It has been said that most agreeable course to Gavi is the route from Pathanamthitta. The harsh trip to Gavi may better be made on a tough vehicle like a jeep which are accessible on contract either from Vandiperiyar or from Kumily. Passage passes must be gotten from the Forest Check Post on the way at Vallakkadavu. Propel booking with the Kerala Forest Development Corporation Ltd. is very calculable wherein such conventions will be dealt with by the organization itself.
Botanists have said that "gopher trees" can be seen in Gavi, Kerala. Gavi's woodland region, there are two gopher trees and they are accepted to be the main two gopher trees in India. The tree, which is recognized as gopher, is known as nirampalli. Gopher wood or gopherwood is a term utilized once in the Bible. There is no agreement about what current species is implied by "gopher wood".
The tree remaining at Gavi timberland is of vigorous stem and rich foliage. As indicated by state Forest Department authorities, however the completely developed gopher in Gavi is the main such tree located in the outskirts of the wilderness, perhaps there could be all the more such trees as yet making due in the inward woodlands of Periyar Tiger Reserve (PTR) in Kerala.