5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

Kerala is a beautiful and surreal destination where the morning brings in the midst and magic. It is popular as the ‘Gods Own Country’ where the backwaters hold everyone captive with their alluring silence. There are hill stations, backwaters, commercial cities and much more to explore in Kerala. Kerala is an ideal destination for family vacations, romantic getaways, and honeymoon couples. Kerala, a state on the Malabar coast in Southern India is probably one of the most popular Indian tourist destinations. It has everything from serene beaches to scenic hills, from tea and spice plantations to dense forests and calm backwaters. Apart from the scenic beauty, it is popular for Ayurvedic treatments, classical dances – Kathakali and Mohiniattam, Kalaripayattu and of course, it’s delicious cuisine. | 5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala |
5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

Alleppey

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

Alleppey is one of the best beach destinations to visit in Kerala. It’s backwater trips, houseboats rides and a beautiful view of nature is the main reasons for its popularity. Alleppey is also known as ‘ Venice of the East’ to behold this one can book a cab from Cochin to Alleppey. The backwaters in Alleppey also gives an attraction to watch scenes attractions like luxurious paddy regions beneath waterfalls, like churches and beautiful water cities.

The Port City of Kerala – Kochi

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

The Port city of Kerala – Kochi is also famous as Kochin or Cochi. It is famous as a historic jewel of southern India with its popular history, spice, Kathakali dance, and iconic Chinese fishing nets. Kochi is the piece of the locale of Ernakulam, the eastern piece of the terrain of Kochi. It is one of the must-visit city in India. Hire cab and create memories in Kochi!

Munnar

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

Munnar is an extremely well-known hill station in Kerala. It was the summer resort of the British during the late 80s. Tourists mainly come here to see the vast tea plantations of the area. It has an interesting perspective of verdant mountains inclines which are secured with around 80,000 miles of green tea ranches like natural sheet material over mountains which offer spectacular low-flying mists and cloudy valleys. Both a taxi from Ooty to Munnar and visit the astonishing places in Kerala.

Kumarakom

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

Kumarakom is a welcome retreat of the polluted canals and backwaters of the hustle and bustle of Alleppey. This beautiful site is located in central Kerala right on the backwaters that are sandwiched between Alleppey and Kottayam. It is set on the shores of the tranquil Vembanad lake. Kumarakom bird sanctuary is home to many species including cuckoos and Siberian storks. It is a must-visit place in Kumarakom, just plan out from Kottayam to Kumarakom by cab. It also has small beautiful towns and amazing resorts offering Ayurveda refresh.

Kovalam

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

Kovalam is one of the must-visit tourist hubs in Kerala. It is a delightful destination which offers a great deal to the travelers. Kovalam is also known to be India’s first nude beach. It was once famous and renowned for spotless beaches and its endless shoreline. At the southern end of the lighthouse, the beach is striped lighthouse with a viewing platform.

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

5 Best Places to Explore in Kerala

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Roshan Dibya Ranjan

Hi! I’m Roshan. I started my travels without any plans to unknown destinations. I always believe that ‘We live only once’. So I try to make most of my life by traveling around the world. travel and photography is just an integral part of my life. For me, as a photographer ‘Every face has a story to tell’.

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