Don't Underestimate The Power Of Coir

May 30, 2016

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who is the most useful of them all? Coir it is!

Kerala knows how to put its resources to best use. We look at its picturesque landscape and see beauty, Kerala sees opportunity. The tall and glorious coconut trees gave birth to a whole new industry. When we get done savouring the nectar of nature, the coir industry wakes to prosper on the unwanted coconut shells that we leave behind. Coir, the fibre found in a coconut, can be used for making so many useful things, that you would never look at it the same way again.

Kerala is indeed beautiful, and it is no secret. If you haven't been to Kerala already, it's never too late. Be it the backwaters, the houseboats, or the nerve relaxing spa treatments, our Kerala tour packages have them all. And when you treat yourself to the flawless beauty of Kerala, spare a day and take a coir-industry tour. You will pat yourself for having taken that decision, for the insights you will gain about the scope of utility of this one material will blow your mind. Also, if you have kids along on your vacation, this will be a good exposure to the curious minds.

"Rope-unzel, let down your coir!"

Clean and Coir!


Looks Coir-fortable!


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Not too soft, not too tough. That's Coir-rect!

Author : Leeba Thomas