Southern India is indeed blessed with richness in natural grandeur and heritage in culture which is called Kerala. This place is listed as one of the most beautiful paradises of the world in accordance to the National Geographic Magazine. Kerala is surrounded by the beautiful blue ranges of mountain in Arabian Sea to the West and East. It also has a lot of forests and it is likewise famous for its wonderful sea shore that extends up to 600 miles that brings a breathtaking contrast of awe striking terrains.
Being a part of the tropical area, the climate is very humid the entire year. Monsoon and rains last for approximately eight months in this region; hence one can expect a lot of rainy days in this part of the world. This archetypal climate is the reason as to the wet and tropical evergreen surrounding of the forests in Kerala. There are likewise deciduous mountainous and hill regions in the areas of Nilgiris.
The forests of the place serve as the home to hundreds of thousands of species of plants and trees such as Cassia, Teak, Mahogany, Rosewood, and enormous varieties of Pepper, Cardamom, and the like. All of these are indeed abundant in this location.
The forests of Kerala are most of the time put in comparison with the Amazon because of the richness in biodiversity of the region. Due to this fact, six national parks were established in this place along with the 15 sanctuaries of wildlife, and two reserves that caters to biosphere.
A lot of hotel and resort can also be found all over the region of Kerala to provide accommodation and lodging to visitors and tourists. Tourists are able to choose packages of tours of their option and visit what nature has to offer in Kerala. It will surely give you an environmental tour to remember.