Kerala, God’s Own World, has several incredibly gorgeous tourism destinations to draw the attention of foreign tourists. There are hill-stations to visit, backwaters, industrial settlements, hamlets, and much more. Rich culture and heritage mixed with some of Kerala’s finest places to visit and attract people from around the world.
When you step foot in stunning heaven, it seems inconsequential of all other problems. In terms of beauty, most metro cities pale in comparison to Kerala. Here are some of the best tourist locations in Kerala that must be part of your travel schedule, perfect for family holidays, romantic getaways, and honeymoon.
In Kerala, Alleppey heads the list of the best tourist attractions. The name of the town was ‘Venice of the East’. For a houseboat holiday, the backwaters in the region are great. On the watery paths, go exploring. The houseboats are age-old modes of transportation transformed with a 5-star hotel counterpart full of luxuries. A calming sight is scenic scenery. Watch the passing of coconut groves, paddy fields, ducks and lilies, and charming settlements. As the fresh produce of the river takes place on your plate, the cuisines are of interest. As never before, feel the bliss!
One of the most stunning hill stations in Kerala is Munnar. Snuggled at 6000 feet, the town has a charm that’s simple. This hill’s gradient and salubrious conditions are ideal for tea farming. There are about 80,000 miles of tea plantations at the hill station. Undoubtedly, this is one of the best places to visit for the Tea & Spice plantation tour in Kerala. The area has a colonial look of the old world about it. Enjoy a luxurious stay at Munnar’s convenient hotels. For adventure-seeking, it is certainly thrilling to trek and camp. To the body, mind, and spirit, Munnar is a balm.
Kovalam is a beauty and one that provides beloved experiences and is classified among the best destinations in Kerala. The location gives visitors a great deal. Moreover, to this little slice of paradise, the nice weather, calming wind, golden soft beaches, and tall coconut trees bring more appeal. Go swimming or bask in the bright sunshine as well. For some lip-smacking fish to taste. Soothing massages from Ayurveda are also on sale. Relax in the sunshine of sunbathing or attempt water sports such as parasailing, snorkeling, etc. There is also a variety of lodging options ideal for relaxing with your family, loved one, or for yourself.
4. Fort Kochi
Fort Kochi, one of Kerala’s top tourist locations, is also the gateway to God’s Own Land. The Queen of Arabia has many characters. The town has a history, tradition, and community that is multi-ethnic. It is one of the most visited travel destinations in Kerala, ideal for nature lovers, history enthusiasts, and visitors. Fort Kochi, in terms of sights, food, and adventures, has plenty to sell. Fort Kochi tempts you to go exploring, with museums, palaces, synagogues, Hindu temples, mosques, heritage houses, art galleries, beaches. Do not hesitate to enjoy any of the meals and bring home souvenirs.
5. Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve)
In Kerala, Thekkady ranks among the best places to visit. It is a blessed natural sky with wilderness snuggled in the dense greenery of the Western Ghats. Besides Periyar Lake, the woods of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary are a well-known tourist delight. In addition, there are absolutely spectacular coffee and spice plantations. Periyar, one of India’s 27 Tiger Reserves, is home to nearly 35 species of fauna, such as elephants, lions, sambars, gaurs, etc. The greenery is also populated by almost 265 species of birds. In addition, with activities like safari, jungle patrol, bamboo rafting, jungle camp, frontier hiking, etc., you can enjoy the wilderness.