God’s own country, Kerala is one of the most desired destinations among tourists today in India. It’s all about rolling Mountains, lush green tropical forests, tea plantation, sunny beaches, exotic wildlife, and enchanting festivals make it a popular destination among tourists. Apart from being a tourist destination Kerala in itself is self-sufficient by having over 96% literacy rate, the state has India’s highest population of Science and Technology personnel, highest physical quality of life index, highest life expectancy and low infant mortality rate. And also India’s most peaceful and cleanest state. So tourism is a boon for Kerala. Kerala has a tropical climate all the year round with March being the hottest month and June being the coldest experiencing high rainfall. Kerala is a destination that offers something to every age group. We can reach Kerala by air, by road or by train.
Things to Explore:
Here you can walk along the rice paddies of Thekkady and rice plantations of Munnar, float around the handmade canoe on the backwaters, enjoy a breezy afternoon lazing on the beach, or you can visit the historical monuments. There are many other places except Kerala to explore: Thekkady, Munnar, Wayanad, Kovalam, Kumarakom, Kochi, Alleppey. Kerala has no end in terms to explore the place. Kerala is famous for its beaches like visiting Lighthouse beach in Kovalam, it is a beach with a lighthouse and is the state’s most visited beach by travelers and also the natives. If visiting Kerala take some time out to visit this beautiful beach. Marari Beach in Alleppey is another place for water sports lovers offering you safe swimming, Boat cruising, and other beach activities and sports. Pathiramanal Island in Kumarakom, one of the best-kept secrets of the state. It will offer you some lush greenery, and some natural trails with relaxation in the lap of Mother Nature. Enjoy Kathakali in Munnar, one of the most charming hill stations. This dance will give you the traditional essence of the south. Experience the dance with some of the skilled artists in the art performance temple in Koothambalam. Elephant ride in Thekkady is one of the most famous activities which allows you to enjoy some tea and cardamom plantations. If one is adventurous you can also go for a deeper Elephant ride where you can witness several animals like bison, sambar deers, etc. The place is away from the city’s hustle and bustle and you can enjoy nature at its best. The duration of the ride varies from 30 mins to 1 hour depending upon the distance you want to cover. For people with a high adrenaline rush, experience trek in Sahibkkunnu in one of the most beautiful places in Kerala Wayanad. Sahibkkunnu is untouched by man and is purely a natural essence. To get there you need to trek for 7 Hours from the foothills of Banasura Ranges, during this trek you go through steep slopes, deep valleys, mountain streams, and breathtaking surroundings to reach the end. Rock Climbing and Rappelling in Munnar is another adventurous activity for adventure lovers. Munnar’s hilly landscape provides the perfect terrain for rock climbing and Rappelling. For the ones who want to relax and enjoy the serenity of Kerala enjoy the Backwater Cruise in Kumarakom. Pamper and refresh yourself on the cruise of your choice. From luxury to pocket-friendly cruises are available for everybody. There are many other things that Kerala will offer its visitors, above named tours, are just a few to give you an trigger to plan your holiday to this spellbound destination.
Drink and Eat :
Kerala is a place with plenty of rice paddies. So a carb-rich diet is quite obvious. When in Kerala their basic food is essential: idli (Steamed rice balls), dosa(rice and lentils pancake), Idiyappam(steamed rice noodles), appam(rice batter and coconut milk pancake), and many different numbers of rice are served like: ghee rice, lemon rice, and curd rice. There is this amazing Porotta (known as Malabariparatha in the north). You can mix any carb with anything like idli and sambar is not essential to have together but you can have idli with mutton curry as well.
When in Kerala ask around for toddy, which is tapped from the flowers of coconut and fermented. In general, you can pick a beer to enjoy along the beach avoid having wine, as their quality is not much good and are also overpriced.
Kerala is a place when you hide from the summer heat and pamper yourself with the help of mother nature. Kerala is the one away from the city’s hustle and bustle enjoy the serenity of this beautiful place by going through the wide variety of our Kerala Tour packages.
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