Popularly known as God’s own country’, Kerala is an Indian state on the south Malabar Coast. A prominent spice exporter since 3000 BCE, its rich culture is the product of synthesis of the Aryan and Dravidian cultures. Kerala is one of the prominent tourist destinations of India with spectacular views; from its beaches, backwaters and lakes to its mountain ranges and waterfalls. Historic heritage like ancient ports, palaces, religious institutions as well as wildlife sanctuaries are major attractions for both domestic and international tourists.
Munnar- “The Southern Kashmir of Kerala” is nature lover’s paradise, and 1800 Mts.above Sea level. Munnar has exciting visits like Mattupetty Dam/ Kundala Dam for boating and Tata Tea Museum – Also known as the KDHP Tea Museum. Tourists can see a collection of odd bits from the colonial era. A very interesting 30-minute film is screened, and visitors are then taken around the factory to understand how tea is processed.