Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Revelling in the Beauties of Nature – Scenic Nature Tours in India


Among most of the places in India, it would be safe to say that Kerala is the heaven of nature’s gifts. This can be seen in the seas, rivers and the backwaters. It can also be experienced in the lush greens which carpet most of the land. You can experience this in the fresh breeze which sifts through your body and courses through your veins. Nature Tours of Kerala are not famous without reason.

The only thing that Kerala is full of is nature. This is evident in the fact that every activity, pastime and also most revenue streams of Kerala are based on the natural bounty of the state. Since Kerala is so close to nature, it makes a refreshing, calming and very welcome holiday for everyone.
The main nature tours in Kerala begin with a ride of the backwaters. These are formed from the salt waters of the seas which make their way inland. These then tend to collect here and form the backwaters. Touring the backwaters is an unusual treat that you cannot sample anywhere else in India. The backwaters are actually a very long stretch which passes through many towns and cities, both large and small. You can either choose to only run a small stretch of the backwaters, or decide to take a long leisurely holiday through all of it. Passing through the backwaters can give you a chance at taking a look at the culture and lifestyle of different places across Kerala. You can see churches, temples, structures and even some fishing villages. The main cities which are on the backwaters include Kottayam, Allepey, Cochin and Kumarakom.

While on the backwaters of Kerala, you will have a chance at witnessing something which garners large amounts of revenue and also makes for a very interesting viewing. This is a taste of the spice plantations. Spices are grown readily and abundantly given the wonderful climate that Kerala is endowed with. Along with supremely fertile soil, this is the ideal place for spice cultivation. There are numerous spices which are grown here, and the spices and their plantations can be seen firsthand by tourists.
Special tours of spice plantations are arranged which give you a close look at how spices are grown, harvested, and even processed. These are extremely beautiful walks, and highly informative too. You can even come away taking with you the freshest, unprocessed spices, and also pick up some essences and extracts too. The main spices include vanilla, ginger, nutmeg, pepper and cardamom. Tours of the spice plantations can also help you take a look at some rather interesting birds. 

It is best to seek the help of your tour operator before you firm up plans of visiting Kerala. They will help you plan the best in stays, commute and also sightseeing. If you have an undying love for nature, they will help you pack in enough to keep you close to its forces. It’s time to bring out your sun hat and walking shoes. It is time to visit your sunny side.
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  1. The backwaters are actually a very long stretch which passes through many towns and cities, both large and small. You can either choose to only run a small stretch of the backwaters, or decide to take a long leisurely holiday through all of it. Passing through the backwaters can give you a chance at taking a look at the culture and lifestyle of different places across Kerala.

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