Kerala, in South India, is often referred to as “God’s Own Country”,Kerala has some extremely adorable tourist destinations to grab the attention of global tourists. Kerala is one such destination that not only rejuvenates but in a way cleanses one’s body, mind and soul. Kerala is perfect place for a leisurely vacation. A beautiful paradise for both, natives and travellers.
Novemeber and February are ideal visiting Kerala.
Each season in kerala is unique making it an ideal destination for tourists who are coming for different kind of travel experiences in each of these seasons.
Summer: 24 deg to 33 deg March-May
Monsoon: 23 deg to 32 deg May-November
Winter: 23 deg to 31 deg Dec-Feb
Most of the metro cities pale in comparison of Kerala in terms of beauty. Apt for family vacations, romantic getaways and honeymoon, it has a bounty of beauty and engaging activities. And here are the best places to visit in Kerala that must be a part of your travel plan.
Alleppey, called Alappuzha lies on the edge of the great Ashtamudi Lake. With the Arabian Sea on the west and a vast labyrinth of lakes, lagoons and several freshwater rivers criss-crossing it, Alappuzha is a district of immense natural beauty.
Related to the Venice of the East by travellers from around the world, this Backwater Country is also home to diverse range of animals and birds. It has always been honored a unique place in the maritime history of Kerala for its proximity to the sea. Alleppey has earned fame in the commercial world as the world's premier supplier of coir.
Alappuzha Beach, Krishnapuram Palace, Kumarakom bird sanctuary, Marari Beach, Revi Karunakaran Museum, Marari Beach, Punnamada Lake, Pathiramanal, and Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha.
Munnar is an idyllic escape into the natural wonders of God's own country, Kerala. Munnar holds the secret of producing India's best tea and spices. Munnar is an great escape into the natural wonders of God's own country, Kerala. Munnar's greenery and cool breeze draw streams of honeymooners and weekenders from many metropolitan cities of South India.
TATA Tea Museum, Meesapulimala, Blossom Park, Pothamedu ViewPoint, Life of Pi Church, Attukal Waterfalls, Cheeyappara Waterfalls, Top Station, Marayoor Dolmens, Indo Swiss Dairy Farm, Kundala Lake, Lockhart Gap, Mattupetty Dam, Anamudi, and Eravikulam National Park.
Kumarakom is a village on Vembanad Lake in the backwaters of Kerala, southern India. It offers wide variety of flora, exotic sightseeing, boating and fishing experience. The bird sanctuary spread across 14 acres is safe home for many migratory birds like Siberian stork, wild duck etc. They live with other birds in flocks such as darters, herons, egret, waterfowls and cuckoos are fascinating sight for the visitors. Kumarakom’s houseboat stay offers a lot more solitude and privacy as compared to Alleppey.
The mesmerizing nature in Kumarakom is ready and waiting for any seasoned traveller to explore. Whether seeking relaxation, rejuvenation or on a honeymoon trip, there is something to keep everyone happy in Kumarakom.
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Kumarakom Backwaters, Aruvikkuzhi waterfall, Juma Masjid, Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple, Vembanad Lake, Bay Island Driftwood Museum, Valiyapally, Cheriyapally, Kumarakom Beach, and Pathiramal Island.
Wayanad is one of the greenest places to visit in Kerala. Enriched with godly beauty, serene atmosphere and rich culture, Wayanad is a perfect mix of nature and man-made heritage. The breathtaking nature of Wayanad can make anyone touched by its beauty. The hill station in wayanad appears to look like a sparkling green emerald sprawled all over the Western Ghats. Here, tourists can explore more vibrant shades of greens rather than dusts.
Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Thirunelli Temple, Banasura Hill, Lakkidi View Point, P Kuruvadweep, Puliyarmala Jain Temple, Kabini, Papanashini River and Padinjarathara Dam.
The Thattekad Bird Sanctuary, covering an area of barely 25 km², and located about 60 km north-east of Kochi. was the first bird sanctuary in Kerala. Thattekad literally means flat forest, and the region is an evergreen low-land forest located between the branches of Periyar River, the longest river in Kerala.
You get to see the near extinct species of animals including tigers, sambars, gaurs and lion tailed macaques. Also, there are elephants, lions, deers, bisons, boars, and the Great Indian tigers. Probably, the most favored among the Kerala’s tourist places, Thekkady boasts of abundant beauty and exotic wildlife. Its trekking path from Moozhiyar to Thekkady Gavi is one of the most popular trails in South India. Boating and wildlife observation are two of the favorite pastimes in Thekkady.
There are Periyar Lake, Kadathanadan Kalari Centre, Elephant Junction, Deepa World Spice and Ayurvedic Garden, Kumily, Ramakkalmedu, Mullaperiyar Dam, Periyar Tiger Trail, Mudra Cultural Centre, Vandiperiyar, Chellarkovil, Murikkady, and Vandanmedu.