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Idukki, Kerala, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Idukki, is near Cardamom Hills.
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Travel Blogs from Idukki

Kerala

A travel blog entry by amijayne on Dec 16, 2013

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... beautiful and intelligent animals??? And guess what, there is.....The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary have a Tiger Trek. Sure, you have to pay about a million pounds to go on a couple of days trekking, but you have the opportunity to see tigers, elephants and other wildlife in their natural environment. This was much more up my street!!!! The Tiger Trail. The trek consisted of three days walking and two nights camping with the main focus to see tigers and elephants. The first morning ...

Periar Wildlife Sanctuary & a Holy Man..

A travel blog entry by needswashing on Jan 21, 2013

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... some excellent feedback in a book from people of all nationalities so we gave it a go.

Firstly we went in the car to a stand under a sacred waterfall where many Indian Hindu people come to wash their sins away, it was pretty cold and fresh (where do my sins go??)! The tour then took us through some small Tamil Nadu villages and eventually to the Holy man's small cabin.

This was quite an interesting experience as I am ...

From sea level to tropical jungle at 300 metres

A travel blog entry by catoneill on Nov 12, 2012

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... by a collection of gruesome crosses.We move on to visit a tea estate belonging to a company I had never heard of but who seem to be big here. Maju takes us into the middle of some tea bushes and picks two leaves and a bud and gives us a little of the background to tea. The leaves are picked twice every month and taken by the woman in baskets tied to their back to the processing factory.Our next stop is a christian ashram (cistercian monastery) set up by ...

Tea Time

A travel blog entry by farokht on Mar 12, 2012

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... at the fire pit and we knew what the we were doing that night!

Stoked about our new pad, we stow our bags and set out to the most essential part of our daily routine: breakfast. A five minute stroll down the dusty dirt road leading from the hill where our new home was located, we hang a left on the main country road heading toward the row of guesthouses which we'd checked out the night before. At the intersection of the country road and the side road ...

The Tetley Tea Plantation!

A travel blog entry by andyandfran on Aug 15, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... doubt this was what I thought it was though!)

The journey cost 1.50GBP (sorry there's no pound sign on this keyboard) and the scenery was spectacular - I would pay that money just for the bus tour alone! Waterfalls, rolling hill views interspersed between small Keralan villages on the hill tops. Beautiful. We were typical tourists, getting the most use out of our camera by trying to get the perfect shot of the many ...

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