Virgin, uninhabited islands.
The Kuruva islands comprise of three densely wooded uninhabited islands and a few submergible satellite islands covering an area of 950 acres in the middle of the Kabini river.
A bewildering array of avian fauna.
The heavily wooded environs of the Kuruva islands make them the ideal habitat for rare species of birds and butterflies, making it an ideal place for bird watchers.
A place of idyllic beauty.
The Kuruva islands make an idyllic spot for visitors to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature and be filled with peace and tranquility.
Only an hour's drive from Banasura.
The Kuruva islands are just 40 km from Banasura Hill Resort, a place you can conveniently use as a hub to explore other places of interest in Wayanad as well.
Banasura Hill Resort: A nature lover’s paradise. At an altitude of 3200 feet in the mist-clad hills of Wayanad, Banasura is an ideal retreat for the traveler who looks for a more enriching experience than a mere vacation.
Set on a sprawling 35 acre farm in the middle of a lush tropical forest, with exotic flora and fauna, gushing mountain streams and magnificent waterfalls, Banasura is a nature resort beyond compare.
A resort like no other.