Carmelia Haven

Address: Vandanmedu, Thekkady, Kerala, 685551, India | 4 star lodge
 
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This 4 star lodge is located on Vandanmedu, Thekkady.
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      Travel Blogs from Thekkady

      Ayurveda New Year

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Dec 31, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... distinctly Indian, night ahead of them.

      Tables are laid out around the pool with twinkling fairy lights in the trees. A stage is constructed across the other side of the pool and in the building behind it a longboat has been laid out like a table with thirty or so Indian dishes simmering away in a buffet. Other food stations are dotted around the grounds including a salad bar, a pasta station, a street stall making rotis, a toddy shack (fermented sugar cane), fresh ...

      Rubber and spice plantations of Thekkady

      A travel blog entry by shareddi on May 26, 2013

      168 photos

      ... trade attracted Portuguese traders to Kerala, and eventually paved the way for the European colonization of the whole of India.
      Kerala is the state with the lowest positive population growth rate in India (3.44%). The state has the highest Human Development Index (HDI) (0.790) in the country according to the Human Development Report 2011. It also has the highest literacy rate (93.91%), the highest life expectancy (74 years) and the highest ...

      Moving on to Kumily

      A travel blog entry by colchar on May 02, 2013

      1 photo

      ... when they are pointing there mobiles straight at us. Anyway on arrival the place looked great! We passed thorough mountains, tea & spice plantations, its quite rural to what we've already experienced in India. We then got a rickshaw to our accommodation, coffee huts. Our room is fab, it's a bamboo hut set in some gardens looking onto the wildlife sanctuary. The garden is ...

      Elephant Junction

      A travel blog entry by india2012 on Feb 18, 2012

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... been trained to voice and touch command to move logs either with trunk/ tusks or mouth.We observed and took photos of the enormous amount of feces and urine an elephant can produce.
      We then were off to a spice plantation tour with a man whose grandfather started the gardens 60 years ago.Wow..vanilla,allspice,chilis,pepper corns, cardamon,cinnamon,nutmeg,mace,red and ...

      Tiger, Tiger where art thou?

      A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Dec 02, 2011

      41 photos

      ... where we had a fantastic lunch, trying everything that we could get our hands on before the flies ate it all...

      We then jumped back into the little rowing boat and our guide took us across the lake to see a secluded waterfall. Unfortunately we could not get right up close to it as all the rocks were covered in moss, but we still enjoyed taking some photos and sitting on the rocks for a while.


      On the way back Chris ...