Kerala is named ‘God’s Own Country’ and that is enough to describe its natural beauty and the bliss one can feel in the land.
Nestled in South India it is home to the beautiful backwaters, beaches, hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries, spice plantations, tea gardens, waterfalls, historic cities, culturally-enriched towns and so much more.
The salubrious weather is the reason that Kerala tours is favoured by tourists all over India. The delightful taste of the cuisine of Kerala, houseboat rides, cultural performances, wildlife safaris, nature walks, visit to villages, etc. are other charms.
Ayurveda, the ancient science of health and wellness is a lure that pulls people from all over the world to Kerala. The pampering treatments have solution to health ailments and also rejuvenating the body, mind and soul.
The bliss of Kerala is perfect for family tours, honeymoon in Kerala, Kerala tour package coming close to nature or discovering yourself.
List of places to visit in Kerala Tours.
Cochin now named Kochi is the gateway to Kerala and also the most amazing of places to visit in this earthly haven. Nicknamed the ‘Queen of the Arabian’ the port city has a unique combination of Portuguese, British and Dutch heritage with the touch of the modern.
Colonial buildings stand peacefully along with sky-high monuments. Chines Nets dip in the waters keeping alive the tradition of fishing.
The Old City has icons such as Mattancherry Palace also known as the Dutch Palace, the Jewish Synagogue, Fort Kochi, Hill Palace Museum, Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, Kerala Folklore Museum, etc.
The perfect romantic getaway in Kerala, Munnar is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. The pleasant weather, gradient and sloping of the hills is the reason it became home to many tea plantations.
Expansive tea gardens lie over 80,000 miles and cover the rolling hills with an emerald green blanket. Misty hills and low-flying clouds add to the beauty.
The must visit places include Tea Museum, Eravikulam National Park, exclusive home of the Nilgri Tahr, Echo Point, Kundala lake, Matupetty Dam, Carmelagiri Elephant Park, among many others.
Kerala has a world-wide reputation owing to its backwaters and the amazing houseboat rides and then it is almost impossible to imagine Kerala trip without the famous backwater town of Alleppey.
Named as ‘India’s Own Venice’ because of its beautiful and expansive web of narrow canals, it is a beauty beyond words. Besides the backwaters, the town has a reputation for authentic Ayurveda treatments at the traditional Ayurveda Resorts.
Also, the power-packed snake boat race, native to Kerala is unmissable. Must-visit places in Alleppey include the Alleppey beach, Krishnapuram Palace, International Coir Museum, Punnamada Lake, etc.
The backwater town of Kumarakom is undoubtedly among the best places to visit in Kerala. The Lake Vembanad is the life and lure of the town. Houseboat cruises, Ayurveda resorts and scenic village lie on the lake shores. Of special delight is the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, where indigenous species of India as well as migratory species inhabit the lush flora cover.
A haven for nature lovers as well as wildlife enthusiasts, Thekkady is Kerala’s pride. The hilly area is well-known for its lush greenery and unique wildlife.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady is a well-maintained territory that offers natural habitats to various animal species including tigers, elephants, gaurs, sambars and very rare Lion Tailed Macaques. Apart from its wildlife, Thekkady has also got the attention of travellers around the world with its numerous spice plantations.
The beach town of Kovalam is among Kerala’s most blissful holiday destinations. Hidden amid the groves of coconut, there are three beaches in Kovalam, each a beauty in its own way.
Lighthouse beach, Hawa Beach and Samudra Beach are popular among tourist attractions. The lighthouse adds to the beauty of the shore, while at Hawa enjoy the breeze, clear waters for a swim as well as adventure sports. All the shores are lined with beach shacks offers sumptuous cuisines, Ayurveda massages, etc.
When it comes to bask in the bliss of paradise, nothing compares to Kerala. Recuperate in the heart of nature soothing all your senses and giving you a taste of heaven!