Kerala- The state of the backwaters
Hey people! welcome to a new state on this blog; Land of the backwaters where spices and coffee welcome you to its new aroma. It was the first prominent kingdom in Kerala. The spice trade of Kerala attracted Portuguese traders in the Medieval period. In the Ancient period; there were two princely states in Kerala; Travancore and Cochin. It has the highest literacy rate and the lowest population rate. In the prehistoric period, many places of Kerala were found under the sea. Marine fossils have been found at Channgancherry.
Sources point to a relationship with the Harrapan civlilization. Kerala’s spice trade attracted the civilizations of Egyptians, Phonecians and Assyrians. Let’s explore the land of Kerala together.
It is a town and hill station located in the Idukki district of South Western Kerala. It is situated at 1,600 m above sea level in the Western Ghats mountain range. It is located close to three rivers of Kerala; MudhiraPuzha, Nalathani and Kundaly rivers.
Places to visit in Munnar
We can watch the misty clouds and tea gardens in Munnar from this hilly point. You can also enjoy maggi here while looking at flowers as the clouds bring in a foggy feel.
Tea Valley hotel
This hotel is pitched amidst the green tea estates of Munnar with flowers and many adventurous activities welcoming you like rock climbing and sipping hot tea with plantations. What are you waiting for, come and be with nature’s green magic in this resort.
Tea planatations in Munnar with the visit of the Museum
Munnar is an attractive destination with the world’s best tea estates.50 estates exist in Munnar. Some of the important tea estates include Harrison Malayalam, Michael Tea and others.
Zero point in Munnar
Do swirling clouds make your heart leap in joy or your heart shudder with fear, hold tight as I take you on a journey to one of the highest points in Munnar, I went with a heart beating fast, I walked few steps with my Dad and my sister and I wanted to stop, come and explore if you dare.