The Ultimate Guide to Travelling in Kerala, India

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The traveler who dares to know the southern state of Kerala will discover a part of India that has little to do with the typical image of turbans and saris of vibrant colors, camels and desert. Traveling to Kerala means knowing a place where the rhythm of life is slow and friendly, the landscape so exuberant that intoxicates and the people so discreet that it amazes. It has, among its borders, tea plantations, beaches with palm trees, colonial cities and that extensive network of channels known as backwaters.

It is also in this state surrounded by mountains and water where the traveler can go to see theater shows such as Kathakali or contemplate Theyyam rituals, without forgetting that you can undergo treatments of Ayurveda, the millennial preventive health system.  Also get information about Kerala trip package before visit Kerala

What to see and what to do in Kerala


Although this small town lacks attractiveness, the landscape that surrounds it is so green and aromatic that it is well worth doing at least one night there. Located at the confluence of three mountain rivers and perched at 1600 meters above sea level, the Munnar mountain station was the summer resort of the former British administration in southern India. Not in vain, its cool climate offers a respite to the traveler if it comes from the warm Tamil Nadu. Among its attractions there are waterfalls, lakes and even elephants in the freedom that can be seen even from the roads. And of course you can enjoy this landscape of infinite tea fields.


In Kochi, do not forget to walk around the Mattan cherry neighborhood. There, in addition to the palace built by the Portuguese and renovated by the Dutch, there are a large number of spice stores and art galleries. To see the first ones, it is enough to be guided by the smell. Follow the aroma of cloves and cinnamon. And inevitably it ends up in some spice trade.

This city can also be a good place to see some Kathakali show in air-conditioned theaters and full of Western tourists.

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Backwaters are the jewel of Kerala. A jewel that unfortunately is exploiting too much and the place is gradually becoming more massive losing part of its charm. These channels surround the coast and run inland. The widest and deepest can be traversed in one of the traditional rice boats. In the past they served for the transport of goods. Today they have been turning into boats prepared for tourists.

You can spend the day on board one of them ... Lying peacefully on the deck and contemplating life on the banks of the canals. Seeing the villages, the temples or the schools. All wrapped in an attractive tropical landscape in which the palm trees are the protagonists. You can also make a night, but no one dreams of sleeping while the boat carries the current. 

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