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Title: Top 10 Best Tourist Places to Visit in Kerala


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Top 10 Best Tourist Places to Visit in Kerala
  • The exquisite beauty of Kerala with its
    backwaters, rich cultural temples, tranquil
    beaches and magnificent landscapes earned the
    name as Gods own country true to its splendor.
    The awesome climate, rich wildlife, and
    traditional practices have attracted tourists
    from all over the world to fall in love with it.
    Synonymous with its coconut plantations, tea and
    spice gardens and ayurvedic heritage, Kerala is
    famous as a holiday retreat for tourists and
    nature lovers.
  • Check out the selection of top must-visit places
    of a Kerala tour package to enjoy in the lap of
    nature.

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Munnar To escape the hustle bustle
of daily life, Munnar provides the tranquility
much needed for everyone in its lush green
mountains. It falls under the Western Ghats
mountain ranges and offers a hill station to the
sun-scorched people of India. The fairy tale town
is exquisite in its beauty with manicured array
of tea plantations spread across thousands of
acres. It is the home to the rare species called
Nilgiri Tahr, a mountain goat and silver oak
trees. Enjoy trout fishing in shimmering lake
waters and get spellbound by viewing the majestic
waterfalls.
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Kerala Backwaters The serene and
tranquil backwaters of Kerala are not to be
missed during a visit to gods own country. It is
a home to a variety of fishes and avifauna which
depend on them. The backwaters are interconnected
and run throughout the state covering half the
state. The houseboats on backwaters give a
perfect holiday experience to enjoy the scenic
valleys, sea, and hills. Explore the backwaters
between the months of September to march to view
golden beaches lined with coconut plants.
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Chembra Peak Located in Wayanad,
Chembra peak is the highest peak which is worth
visiting if you are a nature admirer and loves
trekking. The breathtaking trails offer a view of
the cities, coffee, and spice plantations from
the top. Of the 2 lakes, a heart shaped lake
which comes during the trek is a sight to behold.
With hovering clouds and view of waterfalls,
Chembra peak offers a wonderful backdrop for
photography of nature at its best.
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Thekkady The name Thekkady is
almost synonymous to the famous Periyar wildlife
sanctuary and tiger reserves. It is home to
evergreen deciduous forests and savannah
grasslands on which the wildlife thrives. The
spice plantations and a row of hills with the
pleasant atmosphere are the heaven on earth for
nature admirers. One can enjoy bamboo rafting,
trekking, boat cruises and elephant rides in this
eco-friendly zone. A temple built in ancient
Kerala architecture, hidden in the deep forest
gives a panoramic view of surrounding villages.
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Kovalam The crescent shaped
beaches of Kovalam offers best holiday retreat
with endless coconut trees. The calm sea waters
of this beautiful bay are ideal for a sea bath.
Lighthouse beach is popular of the three crescent
shaped beaches and is an ideal stay for nightlife
activities. Stay at Samudra beach to view local
fisherman activities in their natural habitat,
for those seeking a calmer retreat. The beach
offers water activities like kayaking, water
skiing, surfing, and fishing.
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Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple
This is the most sacred and
celebrated temple in Kerala with goddess
Bhagavathy as the main deity. The goddess
Rajarajeshwari is told be self-incarnated and is
worshiped in three forms namely Saraswati in the
morning, goddess Lakshmi in the noon and goddess
Durga at evening. The architecture of the temple
is amazing with a unique style. The people
worship the deity to cure different kinds of
sickness and mental illness. The evening prayer
is not to be missed during a visit to the temple.
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Kerala Kathakali Centre It is
theater showing cultural art form of Kerala like
Kathakali dances, martial arts, cultural dances,
and music. Experience the worlds greatest art
form with translations which take you to a
journey of rich culture and traditions. You can
understand the details which dancers undergo
during makeup and dance and facial expressions to
communicate stories.
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Kumarakom The sleepy village of
Kumarakom offers a splendid view of backwaters on
the Vembanad Lake. This paradise on earth is lush
with paddy fields, beautifully lined coconut
trees, and mangrove forests. The waterways are
interconnected by canals and sports flowers which
are enchanting the tourists from worldwide. There
are many leisure activities like fishing and
swimming to do in houseboats while enjoying a
perfect holiday. The major attraction is a bird
sanctuary which houses migratory birds on the
lake banks.
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Poovar Island This Island opens
to the ocean being enveloped with backwaters on
one side, the sea on east and mountains on the
west. Lie back on the golden sand beaches with
coconut plants lining the coast and enjoy your
holiday in quiet natural landscapes. The Island
is the home for many tourist resorts that come to
rejuvenate in the serene backdrop. Bird watching
and motor boat cruises are the recommended
activities of the Island. Floating cottages are
available to spend the weekend in peace.
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Wayanad The north-east district
of Kerala is known for its paddy fields and
age-old forests with native tribes. The district
can be toured for its famous mountain trails,
peaceful island, stunning caves with intricate
designs, waterfalls, elephant rides and wildlife
sanctuary. Visitors can indulge in activities
like cycling, trekking, camping at the cave. The
hills and mountain terrains offer a spectacular
view of the villages surrounding them. The
temples of the district show the cultural
heritage and civilization of the past generations
vividly.
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The north-east district of Kerala is known for
its paddy fields and age-old forests with native
tribes. The district can be toured for its famous
mountain trails, peaceful island, stunning caves
with intricate designs, waterfalls, elephant
rides and wildlife sanctuary. Visitors can
indulge in activities like cycling, trekking,
camping at the cave. The hills and mountain
terrains offer a spectacular view of the villages
surrounding them. The temples of the district
show the cultural heritage and civilization of
the past generations vividly. Bharat Darshan
Tourism lets you roll in the beauty of this
coastal state with rich cultural heritage. This
subtropical holiday spot is an ideal getaway for
tourists during the months of October to February
with its colorful offerings. Article Resource
- http//bharatdarshantourism.com/top-10-best-tour
ist-places-to-visit-in-kerala/
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