Topmost Places to Discover in Kerala

30 Nov

Kerala is also known as God’s Own Country, it is the land of beautiful backwaters, palms and lagoons, tigers and elephants, and the land of rich tradition is one of the most sought after places by visitors all across the globe. The state is stacked with lovely places on the earth and that’s why they call it ‘God’s Own Country’. The culture of Kerala is equally beautiful and is a prime factor in drawing attention of tourists. Here we have selected topmost destination that a travel freak person must explore in Kerala.

Kerala Backwaters Houseboat

Kerala Backwaters Houseboat

  • Allepey Backwaters

When talking about tourist places in Kerala, Allepey backwaters always comes on top because of the experience that you get here. Take a Kerala backwater tour and the pictures from the cruise will surely render you memorable moments. Allepey is a town with picturesque lagoons, beaches, canals and backwaters. A houseboat tour in these backwaters is a wonderful experience. These houseboats are well-equipped with all sort of modern amenities that render comfortable and pleasant stay for visitors.  The best way to enjoy the unending scenic beauty of Kerala is to take a ride in houseboat. Champakulam, Edathua Church, Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple and Krishna Palace are other major spots to visit in Allepey.

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  • Munnar

Breathtakingly striking, a haven of tranquility and peace- the heavenly tourist destination Munnar is cocooned in Kerala. It was the popular summer resort of the former British rulers. Pristine valleys, exotic species of flora and fauna, soaring mountains and aromatic cool air- yes! Munnar has all these and even more for every visitor. The stunning hill town is snuggled at a height of 6000ft in Idduki district. The rippled landscape provides an incredible vision of wrinkly rocks, adding to the scenic views; the town fascinates various tourists every year. Red sandalwood, rosewood, jungle jack and teak are some of the rare trees found in this area. It is also a paradise for bird lovers are one can see rare birds here. This hill station is an ideal destination for honeymooners, adventure seekers, nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Kerala Backwaters Houseboat

Kerala Backwaters Houseboat

  • Kovalam Beach

Kovalam is an internationally famous beach located in South Kerala. The sand washed shores, alluring natural beauty; plenty of green surroundings make Kovalam a hot spot for every traveler. Located in seclusion the beach is semi-circular in shape. Apart from nature treat, sun bathing, herbal body toning massages, swimming, special cultural programmes and catamaran cruising are the leisure alternatives for you.

  • Thekkady

Positioned in Kerala, Thekkady is nestled at a distance of approximately 160 miles Thiruvanathapuram and famous for its wildlife preservation. Unlike other wildlife places, this place is wonderful and plentifully rich with broad range of birds and other rare species. With its clear waters, picturesque beauty and tranquil atmosphere, this place can easily magnetize any tourist. Alongwith wildlife sanctuary, Thekkady Lake is an ideal destination with its unending scenic beauty, frosty weather and aromatic spice plantations. Are you an adventure enthusiast??? This destination has several other chances for adventurous people like wildlife train, rock climbing, border hiking, bamboo rafting and trekking.

  • Guruvayur Temple

The ‘Guruvayur temple’ is one of the most revered shrines in Kerala and situated at Thrissur district. The temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and visited by numerous devotees round the year. The walls of this shrine are adorned with impressive frescos of Lord Vishnu in various postures. The doors and roofs of this temple are enveloped with gold; therefore, Guruvayur temple is a perfect holy place for all the devotees of Vishnu.

Kerala is packed with plenty of travel destinations and a perfect place to enjoy your holidays.

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