By Malvika Kashyap
June 30, 2022
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A freshwater lake in Wayanad close to Kalpetta that resembles the Indian map is called Pookode Lake. __________
Every visitor to Wayanad is enthralled by this gorgeous lake, which is tucked away between evergreen trees and encircled by the Western Ghats.
Pookode Lake (or Pookot Lake), a freshwater lake that is naturally formed, is situated 770 metres above sea level in the Wayanad area.
It is the highest elevation freshwater lake in Kerala and also the smallest at 5 hectares in size.
The Panamaram River, which originates at Pookode Lake and runs down the valley to join the Kabini River, also originates there.
People visit Pookode Lake for family outings, boating, and to take in the tranquilly and calming atmosphere of the location.
You can enjoy a leisurely stroll or relax on a bench while taking photos of the lake with flowers floating on it.
The main draw of Pookot Lake is boating. You can tour the tranquil lake area with the rowboats and pedal boats.
Another attraction on-site is the freshwater aquarium. An assortment of freshwater fish are displayed in a tiny display in the Pookode Lake aquarium.
This Lake includes a fish spa where you may unwind. Put your feet in the water to start your session, then sit back and relax while the little fishes eat the dead skin.
Children can have fun in the nearby children's park. Adults can also ride bicycles around the lake or go horseback riding along the coast.
A range of handmade goods made from bamboo and coconut husk are offered for sale at the handicraft shop at Pookode Lake's entrance.
Pookode Lake has a tiny cafeteria. You can purchase cold beverages, ice cream, sweet corn, and other freshly made drinks and snacks here.
The Pookode Lake opens at 9 AM and closes at 5 PM. The hours for boating are also from 9 AM to 5 PM, but entry is only open until 4.30 PM.
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