Kerala | India

India’s state of Kerala on the tropical Malabar Coast boasts nearly 400 miles of Arabian Sea shoreline and is best known for it’s network of canals, backwaters, and palm-lined beaches.

The Western Ghats occupy the inland area of Kerala, whose slopes support tea, coffee, and spice plantations as well as a rich array of wildlife.

Three of Kerala’s National Parks – Eravikulam, Periyar, and Wayanad – are home to elephants, langur monkeys and tigers.

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