Kudengrim, being the main area of focus in this experience hosts the most impressive and well-maintained living root bridge in the area and has a variety of activities that the villagers curate for tourists. Some of these activities include visiting the scenic waterfalls and lakes along with the majestic flora and fauna of the area. Apart from the living root bridge, the village itself is an amazing sight to see in its entirety. Before approaching the steps which lead to the root bridge, there is a picturesque tree house that one can climb and relax while taking in the views. Apart from this, there is a concrete bridge overlooking a beautiful lake where there is a large number of fish. This bridge acts as a point where the tourists can feed the fish and take some beautiful photos.
The descent towards the living root bridge may appear to be fairly steep to those who are not used to travelling and taking lengthy hikes, but the steps are well built and it is not as difficult as it may appear. Tourists, however, are not advised to visit during the rainy season (June to August) as the steps going down can be rather slippery when wet, which makes the journey down to the bridge more difficult.