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Kerala Tourism and Attractions

by ashok kumar Tourism,Seo Enthusiast
 Kerala, India's cleanest, most peaceful State and a home to
age-old science of ayurveda, energetic dance forms, ever
scenic backwaters, aromatic spices, pristine beaches, opulent wildlife, flavoursome food, scintillating hill stations and of course rich history, this southern state an envy of to the visitors. ,also one of the India's most advanced society and a paradise for both natives and travellers, this popular state beckons a travel experience unlike any other with water itself as a theme that can attract thousands of people.
Kerala can be divided into three geographical regions: Highlands, which slope down from the Western Ghats, onto the Midlands of undulating hills and valleys into an unbroken 600 km long coastline with many picturesque backwaters, interconnected with canals and rivers. The wilder region is covered with dense forests mostly, while the other regions lie under tea, coffee, plantations or other forms of cultivation. Most of the state is engulfed in rich greenery which ensures a very calming experience at all times. Though this land doesn’t have its own UNESCO recognition (exclude the ‘shared’ Western Ghats), the state deserves a spot in the places to visit to visit in south India list. Things to do in Kerala starts with the well renowned Alleppey (Alappuzha), the place for the (Vembanad) backwaters majesty, where people often spend their nights in the backwaters houseboat.
Kumarakom is the city on the other side of the backwaters which is akin to Alleppey in the activities. Located in Ernakulam district, Kochi is referred to as the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’. The city is a hub for all commercial movements of the state. Thiruvananthapuram,
Thrissur, Kottayam & Kannur are the districts housing mythologically related temples for spiritual seekers. Munnar and Thekkady are the places which gain a spot in the itinerary to Kerala. Both these places are the hill stations with the former chosen to tackle out of summer times and the latter for the wildlife activities. Kovalam, Kollam, Alleppey, Mararikulam, Kochi, Kozhikode, Bekal etc are the places chosen for beaches. Since the state has considerably equal amount of the major 3 religions, the festivals pertaining to Hindus, Muslims and Christians are celebrated in unity. ‘Onam’ is the harvest festival of unanimous celebration, which comes in the months of August / September. Malayalam is the official language for them, with Tamil next to it widely used. A wide array of ayurvedic treatments that are based on Ashtanga Hridaya text, make Kerala an important hub for wellness tour in India. Start exploring nature paradise with kerala tour chums.
Kerala is known to spend time leisurely. Sandwiched between the flourishing Western Ghats on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West, this narrow strip of land is a destination of a lifetime. Home to age-old science of ayurveda, energetic dance forms, ever scenic backwaters, aromatic spices, pristine beaches, opulent wildlife, flavoursome food, scintillating rivers and rich heritage, this southern state truly makes it feel proud. Almost all the Things to do in Kerala and sightseeing there will have some influence towards nature. As said, the famous hill stations for the first time visitors will be Munnar and Thekkady.
Munnar is famous for its tea plantations and wonderful climate. Thekkady is the place for wildlife activities like boat riding, safaris into the national parks, martial art shows etc.
Alleppey is the backwater destination where people wish to stay in the houseboats overnight. The famous beaches include Kovalam, Varkala, Mararikulam, Bekal etc. Ernakulam,Idukki,Wayanad are the must visit sight seeing places in kerala with rich themes of interest.


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