What seemed like an impossible dream has come true at Paradisa Plantation Retreat . Countless others have also been given the opportunity to fulfill their dream of a perfect getaway, in communion with the best of nature. The architecture of the retreat is based on the traditional Kerala style wooden houses.
These have been embellished with priceless antique columns and artifacts, all personally handpicked and placed, creating an ambience of quiet cultural richness. As this is a power deficient area, captive power is used for about two hours in the morning and from dusk to midnight. Antique lanterns and night lamps are provided in each room.
The very name Kerala, conjures up images of lush greenery, seemingly endless backwaters, mystic peaks and pristine beaches, making it truly God's Own Country. Listed a must visit destination by leading travel magazines, Kerala offers its visitors an amazing variety of tourist spots to see and explore.
It is amidst this tranquil atmosphere that Paradisa Plantation Retreat is located far away from the bustle of modern day cities, yet offering every modern amenity, inside its sprawling premises. The retreat comprises separately arranged Kerala style houses ensuring complete privacy. Set amongst organic coffee and spice plantations, the very view of the retreat is enough to rejuvenate fatigued minds and bodies.
Ayurveda means the 'science of life'. It is an ancient system of preventive medicine, which provides remedies for illnesses and prescribes ideal lifestyles to prevent the onset of sickness and disease.
There is plenty to do besides soaking up the peace and quiet. A trek through the plantation is an education. See the cultivation and harvesting of coffee, cardamom, cloves and pepper. The tea plantations and factory are well worth a visit.
Nine Hole Course
Paradisa Plantation Retreat is a corporate member of the Peermade Club, an old planters' club dating back to the time of the British in India. The quaint club has a nine hole course where our guests may play a round of golf.
For those who need a bit of action, there are many trekking routes to suit the capability of the novice or the expert. Less adventurous but thoroughly exhilarating, flying a kite at Panchalimedu lets you rediscover the child in you.