Kerala is not only famous for its backwaters. But the tea plantations too. These green hills are responsible for 69343 MT of tea per year on average. It is nearly equal to the value of 1000 crore rupees. The soil and the atmosphere make up for the best enviornment to grow the tea leaves. These beautiful tea gardens are a marvel to look at and a prime location to take pictures too.
Munnar is located in the Idukki district and is the oldest plantation of Kerala. There are several tea estates in Munnar spread across 50 acres. The tea gardens look like an elevated carpet trimmed in perfect symmetry. The silver oak trees along the way are an addition to the charm of the landscape.
Located on the hills of Kalpatta. It is also known as the “Green heaven of Malabar.” The highest mountain of Munnar summits at 23338 Meters. The other mountains in Munnar are Chembra, Brahmagiri, and Banasura.
Vagamon is at the borders of Idukki district and is at a massive height of 3100ft. The best season to visit these beautiful tea estates is in monsoon. Vaganmon is also famous for adventure sports like Paragliding.