Kerala’s Idukki district is famous for its sprawling tea plantations that stretch across numerous hills in a carpet of greenery. The British planters changed the very face of the quaint hill station when they started the plantations of tea, coffee, spices and fruit trees that, even to this day, cover the hills of Idukki. We bring to you high-resolution images of the tea gardens littering the misty peaks of Idukki.
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