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Kerala Tea Plantations

Kerala is a land of natural beauty abundant with green vegetation, paddy fields, spice, coffee and tea plantations. Kerala is rich in its heritage and culture. Kerala tea plantations in Kerala are a beautiful sight as the green tea bushes cover the gentle hill slopes and form a green cover over the surface of the hills.

Areas where tea plantations in Kerala, there are accommodation facilities by several hotel groups for tourists on Kerala tours who would like to stay close to nature in a quiet getaway and observe the wildlife and traditional routine of an agricultural plantation. Main areas of tea plantations in Kerala are in Idukki, Devikulam, Peermade, Anayirankal, Munnar, Chithirapuram, Kottayam etc.

Most of our hill stations are rich tea or spice plantations. Several labourers are working in these plants comprising mostly the womenfolk. About 84000 labourers are working in these plantations and above 20 lakh people get their livelihood from the tea states.

Fragrant leaves are picked and brought to the processing laboratories where they are packaged into several varieties. The tea estates of Munnar are owned by several industrial giants. The Tata Steel Group is having major portion of the tea plantations here. Besides Tata Steel, the Brooke Bond, Harrison Malayalam are also having a good part of the plantations.

Devikulam in Idukki district have several tea plantations. The hill station of Peermade is also having plantations. Devikulam and Peermade are places on the way to Thekkady. Thekkady tourists can easily get down at Devikulam and Peermade to have a lovely view of the plantations.

Kerala has some of the highest tea estates located in India. Munnar is one of the most popular Kerala Hill Stations, which is known for its beautiful tea plantations. Some of the popular tea plantations in Kerala are located in Peerumadu which are situated at a height of 914 m above the sea level, Anayirankal that has plenty of tea plantations located in the middle of dense forests. Vandiperiyar, Grampi, Pathanamthitta, Ponumudi are some of the important tea plantations in Kerala.

Kerala has some of the highest tea estates located in India. Munnar is one of the most popular Kerala Hill Stations, which is known for its beautiful tea plantations. Some of the popular tea plantations in Kerala are located in Peerumadu which are situated at a height of 914 m above the sea level, Anayirankal that has plenty of tea plantations located in the middle of dense forests.

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