You can add some spice to your Kerala Tour by visiting its spice plantations. Have a close look at the spice plantations and breathe in the exotic aroma of the spices. The Holy land of Kerala is well known for common Indian spices such as pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, curry leaf, cloves, nutmeg and many more. Kerala also produces spices which are used worldwide in the name of flavours like vanilla, oregano, rosemary, thyme, basil, mint, bay leaf and sage. All these rich spices of Kerala are not just aromatic in nature, used in everyday cooking but also used for medicinal purposes also. Spices of Kerala hold a major part of the Indian economy. Kerala has been an important spice trading centre since early days. With several varieties of spices, Kerala was known as the spice capital of the world in ancient times.
It is truly fascinating to see the spice plantations of Kerala as different portions of each plantation is used for growing different spices. The marvellous beauty spots like Munnar, Periyar and Wayanand are famous for the plantations of good spices of Kerala. A stay at the lodges and mansions at the spice plantations of Kerala will surely offer you a great opportunity de-stress yourself. Cool atmosphere, aromatic air to breathe, peaceful greenery...what else is required to define “Quality Time With Mother Nature”?