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Spice Plantation

South India is world renowned for its spice plantation. Around 80% of the spices consumed around the world are exported from here only. The spice industry is booming and makes the region looks extremely beautiful with never ending vistas of greenery. Spice Plantations have actually become a must visit attraction here where travellers can enjoy leisurely strolls, explore the region and relish the calming wind blowing.

Spice Plantations in Kerala
Most of these spice plantations are found in Kerala. From ginger to cardamom, you can explore different kinds of plantations in Kerala. Some resorts here also have plantations to let their guests enjoy this beautiful aspect of South India during their stay.   

Spice Plantations in Thekkady
Do not miss a nature walk amidst the spice plantations in Thekkady. Savour the flavour and aromas of some fresh spices directly from their plants. Some plantations even treat visitors with lunch tasting cooked using local spices and fresh ingredients. Walk around and enjoy diverse sections of plants like vanilla, ginger, cardamom, cloves, etc.

Spice Plantations in Munnar
Munnar is known for spice plantations of vanilla, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. Here you can also see coffee and tea plantations. Usually most of the plantations let visitors enjoy strolls and take pictures of nature sprawling around. From here you can buy some fresh spices from the markets dotted around the plantations.

Spice Plantations in Wayanad
If you are visiting Wayanad, be ready to enjoy pepper and cardamom plantation. Here you will find resorts dotted between these plantations, offering a perfect stay to nature lovers. These nature resorts arrange special tours for you to take you to these plantations where you learn about these spices more and buy some to take back home.

Spice Plantations in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is another state in South India known for cultivating and exporting some major spices. From organic chilli powder to black pepper, turmeric, nutmeg and cardamom – there is no dearth of spices here.

Thoothukudi, Ramanathapuram, Coimbatore, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Thirunelveli are some major districts of Tamil Nadu where spice cultivating areas are found. Tamil Nadu even has a special spices park namely the Sivagangai Spices Park which is run by the state government.

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