This is a lovely island on the Kabini river. The relatively untouched island that spans over 900 acres of tropical forest is slowly gaining popularity as tourist spot. Apart from many rare species of birds, orchids and herbs, one might also find tribal people who row to the island from nearby locations.Kuruva island or Dweep is consists of group of islands inside Kabini river and covers an area of about 950 acres of ever green dense forest. Nothing so specific over there in the island except you and the chirping sound of the birds. If you want you can just roam around the island but leave the island before 4.30 PM. Tree top huts are available on a rent for Rs. 750/- Island has a entry fee of Rs. 10/- per each person.Lot of small restaurants like mess houses are mushroomed on the road to Kuruva island. On the way back, we had tea from one of the mess houses. The menu was Rava Upumav, sugar and banana. The prices are affordable.The island is uninhabited. Rare species of birds, orchids and herbs are the sovereigns of this supernal kingdom. It is 17 Kms. east of Mananthavady and 40 kms. north west of Sulthan Bathery.

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