Kumily is the biggest Gram Panchayat in Kerala. It is a town in Cardamom Hills close Thekkady and Periyar Tiger Reserve, in the Idukki District of Kerala. Kumily is known as Gateway to Thekkady and it is otherwise called flavors capital of Kerala. The present-day Kumily has establishes in the pioneer time of British. The region was once claimed by the Thekkumkoor rajas in focal Travancore and later when Marthanda Varma led his crusades in focal Travancore, districts including Kumily went under Travancore kingdom. Till the finish of the nineteenth century, the region was given under control of Poonjar lords.
Murikkady, arranged close to the Periyar Tiger Reserve, is an outstanding cookout spot. This spot is prevalent for pepper, espresso and cardamom ranches. This outing spot is situated around 4 km from Kumily.
Abraham’s Spice Garden, Kumily:
This lovely natural Abraham’s Spice Garden holds sessions on zest development, natural cultivating, Ayurvedic systems and rehearses, and the healthful and therapeutic estimations of different flavors.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary:
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, announced as a tiger hold in 1978, is arranged in Thekkady on the Western Ghats. This haven is spread more than 777 sq km and is viewed as one of the 27 tiger holds in India.
Kadathanadan Kalari Center, Kumily:
Arranged off Thekkady Road, Kadathanadan Kalari Center is outstanding for the tasteful hand to hand fighting type of Kerala-the Kalaripayattu. It is performed in a uniquely planned display.
Thekkady Lake, Kumily:
Tucked in the core of the wilderness, Thekkady Lake is popular for its wide assortments of natural life. You can take a watercraft ride in the store that gives water to the woods.
Arranged 6 km off Thekkady, trekking through Kurisamala or Pandikuzhi offers an astonishing background to its guests. Actually, it likewise fills in as the most ideal approach to reach Kumily by walking.
Periyar National Park, Kumily:
Spread over a zone of 300 square miles, Periyar National Park is secured by lavish evergreen and deciduous backwoods offering a characteristic natural surroundings to different creatures, for example, deer, elephants, sambar, Nilgiri Langurs, and so on.