Kumily is a small hill town loaded with greenery, waterfalls, zest greenhouses, spice estates and wildlife reserves is located in the Cardamom hills and pulls sightseers in extensive numbers to walk around its ranches and lured by the rustic offer of the spice market. Being a noteworthy Spice trading center, numerous Kerala bound vendors and workers comes here for business perspective
Activities: Trekking, Hiking, Rafting etc.
Best Places to Visit:
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is the major fascination in Kerala which exhibits impeccable sample of nature’s abundance with extraordinary grand excellence and rich biodiversity. The Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is considered as the most secured zone for the elephants and the tigers. The Sanctuary pulls in traveler from all around the world again and again.
Spice Plantations: Kerala is known for its rich spices and dealers traveled here to trade and to take control over this lush area. The aroma might be of cloves, pepper, nutmeg, cinnamon or cardamom and sometimes an aroma that consolidates the aromas of two or more spices. It is trusted that the spice exchange dates back three thousand years.
Chellarkovil: A little town, Chellarkovil offers amazing perspective of the fields and falling waterfalls. The lovely town stands uniquely with its eco-tourism venture. There are various community based eco-tourism ventures started in this spot.
Vandiperiyar: It is a town popular all over the nation for its spices, tea and coffee plantations, black pepper and tourism as well. There are a number of tea factories situated in this town. The picturesque beauty of this town attracts tourists throughout the year.
Hill View Park: Hill View Park boasts some of the major untamed wildlife such as elephants, bisons, deer and many other and is one of the famous Idukki attractions.
Some of the major tourist destinations here includes: Idukki Arch Dam and Cheruthoni
Best Season to Visit: October to February