Kumily is the largest Gram Panchayat in the state of Kerala and is located in the Idukki district of Kerala. It is a town in Cardamom Hills near Thekkady and Periyar Tiger Reserve. Kumily is known as Gateway State Border to Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
Restaurants in Kumily
4.5 based on 364 reviews
Hello welcome to Abraham's spice garden.The garden was established in 1952 and one of the oldest and biggest garden in periyar.We are providing a guided tour and you can taste and smell the real organic spices .You can also buy farm fresh spices.There are lots of spice Gardens in Periyar so make sure that it is Abraham's spice garden.This garden was recommended in lonely planet and routard also. It is shown in the famous documentary by BBC "Around the world in 80 gardens" by Mounty Don.
A must visit place "Abraham's Spice Garden" if you are visiting Thekkady and Kumily. According to Mr. Abraham, this Spice Garden was started in early 50s by his grandfather, Abraham. You will be given a conducted tour around the garden with explanation of each of the plants, herbs, trees,flowers,nuts and fruits by Mr. Abraham or his son or one of his staff.
You are sure to feel the freshness in the air as you walk around the garden.
This garden has found a niche place in a book published by BBC on 80 Gardens in the world according to Mr Abraham. It is also popular on TripAdvisor according to him.
You could buy unadulterated spices whole and powdered at their shop. Priced very competitive.
5 based on 69 reviews
We are based on one of the most wonderful tourist destinations in the world – Thekkady, Kerala. Providing affordable cab services & tour packages all over Kerala for the customers worldwide.
I have travelled a lot,but this was the best trip i have ever taken and it had everything to do with using this travels(periyar taxis) ,such a good time over there in hampi,tour was well organized and coordinated by periyar taxis excellent service and coordination,
4 based on 59 reviews
Periyar Spice and Ayurvedic Garden is situated on the Munnar - Thekkady Road. Here we have a wide range of spices like Cardamom, Pepper, Cloves, Cinnamon, Nutmeg etc. and Herbs like Aloe Vera, Red Sandal, Amla, Lemon, Grass, Eucaluptus, Vetrivert, etc. and a wide range of Orchids , flowers and for the bird lovers a lot to see.
It has a huge Ayurvedic plantation and once you are inside the plantations, you are guided by a very knowledgeable guide to take you around and show and explain all the importance of spices and herbs that are good for our health. The tour typically is for about ½ hour and then you also have a shop where you can buy all the spices and herbs based on your requirement.
Although personally, I found the prices pretty steep, don’t know why, in fact, it should be cheaper compare to other medicines since it is home grown.
Kerala is one among 50 most preferred tourist destinations in the world. The beautiful land is blessed with hill stations like Thekkady which is known as the spice belt of India.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Ayur Sparsh providing traditional herbal massage and ayurvedic treatments.
Went to this message place with my husband based on Trip Advisor recommendation. Message was good but facilities were not very hygienic. Would have happily paid more for better cleanliness. Table was 36" x 72", but towel on the table was only 24" x 36";...MoreThank you. We will upgrade the settings soon.
4 based on 6 reviews
We are selling wooden carvings,batiks, coconut shell & Husk products, gifting items, jwellery items. Mostly we having the typical kerala handicraft items. We are the manufactures. And we can deliver our products to anywhere
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We went for the Marshall art show. It was very interesting to watch specially jump through the fire rings. You can definitely go for this.
3 based on 9 reviews
Evergreen Spices & Ayurvedic Garden is a small establishment with a Garden
The sales girls were available as guide to go round but at a cost of Rs100 per person.
The Garden has a good number of plantation crops plus medicinal herbs
Starting from Asofotida,Cardamom, Pepper Nutmeg, Cardamom and so on
There is a tree house top for taking snaps
Ms Renjitha a sales person who was our guide took all the pains enthusiastically to explain and describe most of the herbs there
suitable to diabetic patients and other abnormalities remedies
Average persons who can climb and walk around need strength to go round.
Normal walking shoes, with hand cameras are enough to snap
After finishing walking along the herbs once we come down
they have a good shop displaying all the Ayurveda products
We can also bring saplings from their nursery
for planting in our roof garden or potted plants around our own homes
3.5 based on 36 reviews
you can skip this outing unless you are a botanist/ayurveda enthusiast. All they offer is a fifteen minutes tour of the garden while mentioning you about various indian spice which are used/can be used for various ailments.... Honeymooners please avoid.
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