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“The god who made Kerala had a green thumb”, true to the popular Malayali saying, Kerala’s rich resources have long attracted visitors from across the oceans. It is in fact here that the first seafarers set foot on Indian soil. The small state of Kerala, which represents just 1% of the landmass, is considered to be one of India`s most beautiful states. It is a very rural state with most of the population living in villages but is culturally and scenically diverse. Kerala has two national parks, ten wildlife sanctuaries, and two bird sanctuaries. Kerala`s major port, Cochin is a city of history and color. it was one of the key stops on the ancient spice route from China to Rome. Straddling both the Arabian Sea and the famous backwaters, its islands and promontories offer a fascinating spectacle. With its matchless scenic beauty and the facilities offered by the Periyar lake, Thekkady attracts a large number of tourists. Some of the famous tea gardens are located around this place. Munnar has some of the biggest tea plantations in the world. This hill station more than 5000 feet above sea level with its mist and flowers, has very good potential to be developed into a tourist spot.
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