The southern part of India is blessed with a state rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage called Kerala. Listed among the ten paradises of the world by the National Geographic Magazine, Kerala being flanked by the beautiful Blue mountain ranges in the East, and Arabian Sea to the west, Kerala has a great deal of woods and a famed beautiful 600 kilometers of sea shore which gives a gorgeous contrast of beautiful terrains.
Kerala, belonging to the tropical region, the climate is humid throughout the year. Monsoon within this region lasts for approximately 8 months, and you can anticipate rain any day. This normal climate is the reason why the forests in Kerala are tropical wet evergreen in character. There are also deciduous highland forests in the mountainous areas of the Nilgiris.
The forests of Kerala behave as host to tens of thousands of species of plants and trees. Rosewood, Teak, Mahagony, Cassia, large varieties of Bamboo, Cardamom, Pepper etc are all seen in abundance in the forests. There is a Teak museum in Nilambur, Malappuram district. Marayur at Idukki district is famed for Sandalwood.
The major trees in Kerala are Teak, Rosewood, Mahagony, Bamboo, Cassia and plants such as Cardamom, Pepper are also prominently located in the forests of https://bestowtourpackages.in/trip/kerala-tour-packages/
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. Marayur in Idukki is a famous Sandalwood forest. Rare and endangered creatures like Nilgiri Tahr (Eravikulam), Tiger, Spotted Leopard, Elephants, Lion tailed Macaque, Indian Sloath bear, Bison and Grey Langur are located in Kerala forestsThe major reptiles seen in the woods in Kerala are viper (Anali) king cobra (Rajavembala), python, cobra, ghariyal, Indian Alligator, several uncommon species of tortoises and turtles etc..