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Top places to visit in Kerala, The Land of Beauty and Wonders!!!

Top places to visit in Kerala, The Land of Beauty and Wonders!!!

Kerala, the heart of tourism in India is the most beautiful and romantic state with diverse landscapes. The state has exotic travel destinations like Munnar, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Alleppey, Kovalam, Cochin, and Trivandrum. The state has a rich culture that attracts tourist from far-off places. The land of Kerala is loved by both domestic as well as international tourist. Kerala is known for the hill stations spread across the high range zone of Western Ghats, the backwaters spread across the lake in Alleppey and Kumarakom, beaches of Kovalam. Kerala is wrapped with enchanting scenic beauty of amazing tourist destinations that is perfect for the interest of tourists.


Kerala attracts tourists for its hill stations, beautiful home designs, folk dance, mouth watering traditional dishes, backwaters, commercial cities, hamlets, and much more to explore. Rich culture and heritage of Kerala also attract nature lovers from all over the world. Once you set foot in the beautiful paradise, all other things seem inconsequential. Most of the metro cities pale in comparison of Kerala in terms of beauty. Apt for family vacations, romantic getaways, and honeymoon, it has a bounty of beauty and engaging activities. And here are the places to visit in Kerala:


Alleppey – The Backwater Hot Spot

Alleppey tops this list of best tourist places in Kerala with pictures. Its backwater trips, houseboat stays, and serene beauty attract a fair number of people to its territory. In fact, it is the most popular place to experience Kerala’s backwaters. Lord Curzon’s depiction of Alleppey as the Venice of the East is not hyperbole. A houseboat vacation is what people look for on their visit to Alleppey. There are expanses of paddy fields, quaint chapels, interesting fishing villages, and lakes filled with water lilies which make Allepey one of the best tourist places in Kerala for 3 days trip itinerary.



Munnar – Perfect For A Romantic Honeymoon

Munnar is a hill station that has become one of the best tourist places in Kerala for a honeymoon.

Cute bungalows, cozy homestays and lavish hotels and resorts in Munnar, make it the most romantic destination even among the top places to visit in Kerala. The old world colonial feel has its own charms and it certainly makes for a good selfie drive. Revel in the extraordinary blend of luxury and beauty, at the most amazing honeymoon resorts in Munnar.

Kumarakom – One Of The Most Tranquil Places

Kumarakom holds a special spot in the list of best of Kerala’s sightseeing places. The tempting waterways, decorated lakes, aromatic coconut grooves, fresh paddy fields, thick mangrove forests, delightful authentic food, and unpolluted freshness of the air add to the list. Also, Kumarakom’s houseboat stay offers a lot more solitude and privacy as compared to Alleppey. Even the resorts in Kumarakom are exceptionally serene and mesmerizing.



Kovalam – For Some Beach Fun

Kovalam beach, one of best beaches in Kerala, is famous for its New Year celebrations, deep strong massages, Ayurvedic treatments, sunbathing fests, and water sports like parasailing. It has a crescent-shaped coastline which is always buzzing with activities. People from different countries, cultures, and states come together and add to the beauty of the place.





Bekal – Nothing Less Than Heaven On Earth!

Bekal is especially known for its famous Bekal Fort, which is rated amongst the best tourist places in Kerala. Many Indian movies, like Rang De Basanti, are filmed in the fort premises. The sea breeze passing through your hair, the pleasant weather and good company are key ingredients to have a good time in Bekal. Owing to exotic beauty and serenity, Bekal is among the top three honeymoon places in South India.


Varkala – One Of Kerala’s Most Scenic Seasides

Varkala is one of the best seaside places in Kerala. The enticing coastline with cliffs on one side and lush greenery on the other attracts thousands of tourists and water-adventure enthusiasts to the beach. It is popular for activities like boat riding, surfing, parasailing, jetting, horse-riding are the life of the beach. The unmatched beauty of the beach is at its prime during sunsets. The hues of colorful rays make for a surreal atmosphere.



Kasargod – A Coastal Paradise In Kerala

Located close to Bekal, tucked between Western Ghats on one side and azure Arabian Sea on the other, Kasargod is an entrancing beauty of ‘God’s own country.’ Featuring rolling hills, plush coconut plantations, soothing sea breeze, and host of heritage temples, it attracts peace-loving travelers but and considered as one of the most photogenic places in Kerala.



Kuttanad – Rice Bowl Of Kerala

Located in Alappuzha region, Kuttanad is one of the best places in Kerala to see and experience rural landscape with charming villages, backwater, rivers and agricultural lands. Moreover, Kuttanad is the perfect place to see the globally famous traditional Heritage Agricultural System of Kerala with farmland bordered by canals and inland waterways.





Thrissur – Experience Rich Cultural Heritage

Thrissur boasts of its rich cultural extravaganza along with scenic splendour like picturesque waterfalls and beaches. Famous for Thrissur Pooram and Onam celebrations, this small quaint town of Kerala is fittingly acknowledged as the ‘cultural capital of Kerala.



Ponmudi – The Golden Peak

If you’re a mountain-child and wish to lose yourself amidst lush mist-laden hills, then Ponmudi is the place for you. This is one of the best places to visit in Kerala also for the hikers and trekkers, since there is so much to explore! With many narrow winding roads, the landscape of Poovar looks surreal. The tea gardens spanning all around add charm to its beauty.



Guruvayur – A Spiritual Spot

One of Kerala’s most spiritual places, Guruvayur is located in Thrissur District. Being a small town, this is one of the lesser known tourist places to visit in Kerala, and thus a perfect spot to get to know local culture of the state.



Kerala national park

There are approximately 16 national parks in Kerala. It includes india's largest tiger reserve and rich exotic biodiversity. Periyar National Park is famous for the Project Tiger. On the other side Wayanad which is part of Nilgiris Biosphere contains a diversified wildlife and scenic beauty. 



Serial No

Name of Reserve

Area in Km2

Year of Formation

District

1

Eravikulam National Park

97.00

1978

Idukki

2

Silent Valley National Park 

89.52

1984

Palakkad

3

Pampadum Shola National Park 

1.318

2003

Idukki

4

Mathikettan Shola National Park

12. 817

2003

Idukki

5

Anamudi Shola National Park

7.5

2003

Idukki

 Source:http://forest.kerala.gov.in

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