Tamil Nadu is the Southern most state of India and home to around 8 million Tamil speaking people. English historian and broadcaster Michael Wood called the Tamils the last surviving classical civilization on Earth, in the BBC documentary series, ‘The Story of India’.
Kabani Organizes community tourism programmes in ‘Nilgiri’ district, bordering Wayanad in Kerala.
The Blue Mountains, is how it is often referred to as. The NilgiriHills, are a range of mountains in the westernmost part of Tamil Nadu state and is surrounded by vested forest within the Nilgiri biosphere with a major population repatriated from Sri Lanka. The village is located bordering the Wayanad district of Kerala.
Villages: Devala and Kolappally village
Accommodation & Food: Community Cottage facility in a tea estate and Farmer home stays with homely cuisine.
The tour: Includes a village walk learning interacting with the local community and learning the various farming practices, Spice tour, Tea tour starting with tea plucking to processing of tea, trekking , visit to local organizations, sight seeing etc;
Highlights: Experience the stunning beauty of Nilgiris by staying close to nature and at the same time understanding different issues faced by the local community like, man animal conflict, fare wages for the tea workers, impacts of climate change etc;