Often synonymous with green paradise, Kerala is one of the most visited places in the world set in south-western part of India. Mother-nature has gifted this state with such amazing attractions and wonders, whose significance can not be described in any human and verbal language. Whatever you may have purpose of visiting, it perfectly knows how to make it possible in God’s Own Country’ Kerala. Spectacular landscapes, blissful ambiance and soothing climatic conditions are the common features of this state. It is an ideal holidaying place to those who wish to spend their vacations in the lap of mother-nature.
Every year from every nook and corner of the world, people visit to this state just to explore the nature by close. Right from refreshing hill stations with mesmerizing fountains, exclusive backwaters, palm-fringed beaches, wildlife parks to ranges of floras and faunas; it offers every thing to the nature-lovers. Along with its breathtaking attractions it is equally renowned for its fascinating culture, mouth-watering cuisine, warm people and excellent hotels and accommodations. All makes Kerala a finest place to the nature-lovers, holiday-seekers, honeymooners as well as adventure-thrillers.
It has long been visited by adventure and wildlife lover and often covered by several world-renowned media channels like National Geographic, Discovery and many more. In terms of natural attractions it really has not any competitor in the planet. There are so many attraction places in Kerala having their individual features; here we are presenting few of them that can be explored during tour to Kerala.
Munnar is the beautiful hill station and often visited by visitors throughout the year. Due to its amazing and unfathomable attractions it is often referred as Kashmir in south. Picturesque sceneries, cascading waterfalls, wildlife parks, meandering rivers and vast tea gardens are the few attractions that makes Munnar one of the finest place to visit. Devikulam, Echo-Point, Eravikulam National Park, Rajamalai and etc are the few attraction places in and around Munnar.
If you are aware with Kerala’s picturesque backwaters and wish to explore them then there wouldn’t be any better option than Kumrakom, well illustrated in the ‘God of Small Things’, well renowned novel written by booker prize winner Arundhati Roy. Several rivers, lakes, inlets and lagoons team up together and form the enchanting Kumrakom backwaters that can be well experienced through country’s houseboats also known as Kettuvallams in traditional language. Besides its backwaters, if there is any other thing that really draws the attention of visitors then its national bird sanctuary home to the various species of birds and marine animals.
If you wish to explore backwaters and beaches by visiting a single place then visit to Alleppey one of the largest backwater destination also known as ‘Venice of the East’, draws the attention of visitors from every nook and corner of the world. Apart from Alleppey is world-renowned for national snake boat race conduct every year during the time of Onam Festival. Apart from there are many other places of tourist’s interest and if you have decided to visit Kerala then choose the right tailor made Kerala tour packages and enjoy the vacations in a memorable way.
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