Hotel Samudra Regency - BAR Attached Hotel located at The Nilgiris ( The Queen Of Hills ). Clean and pristine, enchanting and hypnotising this land has a history and mystery, culture and social epistemology yet to be discovered. Located at a distance about 76 km. from the sea shores of Calicut in the Western Ghats, this station is full of plantations, forests and wildlife. Wayanad hills are contiguous to Mudumala in Tamil Nadu and Bandhipur in Karnataka, thus forming a vast land mass for the wild life to move about in its most natural abode.
The Nilgiris District is in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Nilgiri is the name given to a range of mountains spread across the borders among the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. Nilgiris is a paradise on earth bestowed with bounteous beauty of nature. The presence of abundant flora and fauna, old mountain ranges, gushing waterfalls, meandering streams and thrilling trekking routes of Nilgiris attract trekekrs, honeymooners, wildlife lovers and nature enthusiasts from round the world. Tourist attractions in Nilgiri are dotted all over its blessed lush vegetation, placid water bodies and majestic mountain ranges. Each of them open up to panoramic views of the entire region and give you ample chance to cherish the natural wonders.
Nilgiris has a salubrious climate. The mean average rainfall in this district is 2322. m.m. Gudalur, Pandalur, and Devala are the high rainfall areas. Annual rain falls in these high rainfall areas ranges from 3000 to 4000 m.m. High velocity winds are common during the southwest monsoon and dry winds blow in March-April. High altitude regions experience severe cold. In Wayanad (Ambalavayal) the mean maximum and minimum temperature for the last five years were 29°Cand 18°C respectively. This place experiences a high relative humidity, which goes even up to 95 per cent during the Southwest monsoon period.
Generally the year is classified in four seasons, namely, cold weather (December- February), hot weather(March-May),Southwest monsoon (June-September)and Northeast monsoon (October-November) .