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#1 dezzin



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Posted 05 March 2010 - 02:17

Set in the heart of the Cardamom Hills of Kerala, Spice Village is an unprecedented tourist destination, offering a rare opportunity to enjoy South India's wildlife and beauty. The village lies just outside Periyar Tiger Reserve, and a stay here is the perfect way to appreciate and respect the environment. This is a place for everyone who loves nature: somewhere to fill your lungs with fresh mountain air, to savour the rich fragrance of cinnamon and cloves, to watch young elephants drinking at the water's edge. The resort itself provides every comfort the modern traveler could wish for - luxurious accommodation, mouth-watering cuisine, and an exclusive swimming pool. Recreating the mood of the local tribal community, our architects have designed individual cottages amongst a landscaped spice garden. Each dwelling is thatched with elephant grass and offers simple luxury and privacy. Throughout the village, the atmosphere is relaxed and enchanting. We can arrange for an exhilarating water safari across Lake Periyar, a visit to a nearby coffee plantation, even a trek deep into the tropical forest.


is a small settlement three kilometers from Thekkady, the main entrance to the Periyar Tiger Reserve. The design of each cottage was inspired by the native tribesmen of Periyar, the Oorali and Mannan, who lived in similar dwellings. Infact, one of the cottages currently being used as an office, is an original tribal hut which has been modified. A number of creature comforts have been added, however, to make your stay a luxurious one. Jan – Mar is Cooling and dry, April - May: Summer, June - August: Monsoon and Sept - Dec: Pleasant, dry. Boat rides in Periyar Lake, trekking in Periyar forest, Tiger reserve, spice plantation visit, 'Learn to cook with spices'. Facilities at Spice Village, Periyar are Room Service, H/C Running Water, Telephone, TV, Channel Music, Safe Deposit, Swimming pool, badminton, tennis, Ayurveda Centre & indoor games, Regular doctors on call.

#2 jennyleis



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Posted 18 March 2010 - 21:49

The spice village is really beautiful, you've got your very nice description. I really like the swimming pool on the place.

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