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"“Experience the river, discover the forest.”"An island of calm situated in the midst of a forest.

Get in touch with nature, and yourself, at Quiet by the River.

Enveloped by the Malayattoor forest, the riverside lodge allows you to experience nature in all its forms. From the harried and time-crunched city dweller seeking some peace and quiet, to the adventurer who can’t wait to get out and explore, there is something for everyone at Quiet by the River.

Holiday AT Quiet By The River
Holiday AT Quiet By The River
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Experiencing Malayattoor

Unplug and unwind

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Keep your devices aside, reacquaint yourself with books and discover the lost joy of uninterrupted conversation. Instead of hitting the snooze button on your alarm clock, wake up to the sound of natural alarms like the chirping of birds and the sound of the flowing river. Let go of the noise in your head and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.

One with the Periyar

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The Periyar, Kerala’s longest river, surrounds the river lodge on all sides. Explore the river and the river banks from the comfort of your canoe as you glide past. Another way to explore the river is to take a walk along the riverside. Quiet by the River has several natural pools in the vicinity and a dip in one of them is sure to reinvigorate and energise you. Ask for a fishing rod and try your hand at fishing. End the day with a tranquil canoe ride to watch the sun set over the forest canopy in a spectacular blaze of colours.

Birdwatcher’s paradise

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The Malayattoor forest is home to over 250 species of birds, putting it on the must-visit list of avid birdwatchers. The forest is an extension of the Thattekad bird sanctuary, the richest bird habitat in India. Our naturalist is a repository of information and will be glad to help you in your quest to spot some rare species.