Silent Valley National Park, Western Ghats, Kerala, India an UNESCO World Heritage Site
Silent Valley National Park is a core part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve located in Western Ghats and is a World Heritage Site, recognized by UNESCO. Silent Valley is home to the largest population of lion-tailed macaques, an endangered species. How to reach Silent Valley National Park?
The coolest months at the Silent Valley National Park are January and February where the temperature at an average is 18 °C. It's humidity is at a consistent high owing to high amount of rainfall between June and December.
Note: Silent Valley National Park being completely enclosed within a ring of hills receives copious amounts of rainfall during monsoons on season lasting from June to September (south-west monsoon) another from October to November (north-east monsoon).