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Kottayam - Kottayam is known as the land of latex (signifying the importance of rubber estates), lakes (lakes abound in this district) & letters (being the first district in the country to achieve 100% literacy). The river Meenachil, made famous by Arundhati Roy in her novel God of Small Things,  meanders on through this beautiful central highlands and plains. Indeed this is the place to really taste the very essence of Central Travencore (the old kingdom, now known as Kerala) 

A rubber plantation

 

Alleppey - The old spice capital of  Kerala, made famous due to its garlands of canals and lakes.  The Vembanad Lake with its majestic canals, streams and tributaries along its banks weave a 'magical necklace of water'. These water bodies called 'backwaters' in the local parlance is the very essence of Alleppey - a place to watch the incredibly beautiful countryside and the lives of the people. It  has now developed into a world class destination with its myriad resorts and houseboats.   

Backwaters at Alleppey

 

Munnar - Munnar has an average altitude of 5000 (1500 metres) above MSL. It is essentially a tea-town, founded by the British towards end of the 19th century. The high altitude, cool weather and copious rainfall make this destination ideal for plantations like tea and cardamom. There are a few National Parks and Wildlife sanctuaries around Munnar Eravikulam National Park & Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary. 

Tea Gardens at Munnar

 

Thekkady - Thekkady Wildlife sanctuary (also called Periyar Tiger Reserve) is a Tiger Reserve. The entire Park covers hills and verdant forests extending over an area of 777 sq. km . It will be no exaggeration to say that this Park is one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in India. Here, in the crisp, cool air of the Western Ghats you will experience wilderness and abundant wildlife first hand. 

Lake at Thekkady

Kumarakom - Kumarakom is near Kottayam in Central Kerala and on the banks of the  Vembanad Lake - part of Kuttanad ('granary' of Kerala). The Vembanad Lake with its majestic canals, streams and tributaries along its banks weave a 'magical necklace of water'. Kumarakom has now developed into a world class destination with its myriad resorts and houseboats - and a place to watch the incredibly beautiful countryside and the lives of the people - their farms, activities like duck rearing, shell collection and rice farming.

Man on a Houseboat

 

Jos Byju

Neduveli House

North Kumbalangi

Cochin - 682 007

Kerala - India

Tel: ++91-484-2240278

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