Kumily – the plantation town

Kumily, on the outskirts of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, is a plantation town closely associated with Thekkady. While Thekkady is a sleepy, picturesque place garbed in greenery, Kumily is a busy town. The spice and tea plantations and the bustling spice trading activities have made Kumily one of the important tourist and commercial centres in Kerala.

Kumily, situated in Periyar Valley, drops off to the plains of Tamil Nadu. Apart from being the main bus station in the Periyar region, the town also provides decent, affordable accommodation facilities to tourists.

Apart from tourists, Sabarimala devotees and workers from Tamil Nadu also visit Kumily from time to time.

Kumily Panchayat - details
Climate
History
Plantation town
Things to do in Kumily
Shopping in Kumily
Indigenous people of Kumily
Tourism – Panchayat initiatives
Clean Kumily, Green Kumily ( A Total Sanitation Programme in Kumily)
Educational Institutions in Kumily
Drives and views in Kumily
Kumily – some exclusive experiences
Places to visit near Kumily


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