Kerala is one of the greenest lands on the earth that is the perfect portrait of South India tourism. Kerala is also known by several names some call it as “Green Strip Land”, others call it as a “God’s Own Country” and sometimes it can be called as “Paradise on the Earth”. This southern India destination has myriad sites to see but the distinct backwater of Kerala can be enjoyed in unique way as well. Backwaters of Kerala are most exciting journey that takes you to the crystal clear water land where the marine life of waters can be immensely enjoyed. Kerala offers wide array of tourism sites where you can experience the lifestyle of Keralians with great pleasure.
- Trivandrum: Trivandrum is the capital of Kerala that is also known by its proper name of Thiruvananthapuram. Trivandrum is the gateway of many sprawling hills that are surrounded by English government buildings and besides, you can see numerous local traditional wooden houses. Apart from these, several museums, art galleries, temples and zoo can be visited In Trivandrum also.
- Kovalam: Kovalam is a beach town in Trivandrum that is world renowned as well as a famous Padmanabha Swamy Temple is situated there too. Kovalam is another side, a former fishing village where you can find pleasant weather all the time and having a beautiful beach resort also. The Kovalam beach is also known as the “Paradise of the South” and it creates unique ambience of seashore.
- Alleppey: Alleppey is recognized for its crystalline blue backwater that is also known as “The Venice of the East”. Alleppey is dotted with immense natural beauties that showcase the picture of Kerala’s culture and traditions. This city is home tof many Shree Krishna Temples that are all major tourist hubs of Alleppey. There are a number of recreational activities conducted every year in Alleppey such as boat races and etc. Alleppey is also popular for houseboats, beaches, marine and coir products.
- Cochin: Cochin or Kochi is the significant commercial place as well as it is also known as the “Queen of Arabian Sea”. It is now the main commercial center of Kerala and having one of the supreme natural harbors in the world. Cochin is the houses of Chinese fishing nets, Dutch buildings, Portuguese artistic, British monuments etc. The prime attractions of Cochin are such as Kumarakom that is a unique backwater tour of Cochin and also there is a Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary in Cochin and Bolghatty Palace which is a famous palace of Cochin and it was built by the Dutch dynasty.
- Kumarakom: Kumarakom is the divine destination of South India that is special because of its backwaters. This idyllic town is blessed with many mangrove forests, lush paddy fields and coconut groves. There are lots of waterways and canals situated in Kumarakom as well. Vambanad Lake offers you have fun with famous snake boat races that are held during Onam festival and other popular Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is a home to varieties of birds that include waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, ducks and migratory birds and many others.
- Munnar: Munnar is the hill station site that was constructed by the British planters and it takes three hours from Kerala to reach Munnar. It is the charming land of tropical forest, carpeted with green tree, rolling hills and many more.
- Wayanad: Wayanad is the delightful landscape of Kerala that provides beautiful panorama of natural vistas and also mist clad hills. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is the famous for abundant flora and fauna where you can see wide variety of wildlife forms. The fast flowing river of Wayanad provides unique beauty of river and there are two important festivals celebrated in Wayanad that include like Thirunelli Festival and Valliyoorkavu Festival.
Puja Yadav is a travel devotee she take a trip to India and she enjoy her Kerala Holidays. She enjoys exotic delicacies, swimming, hanging out with friends and losing her mind to house music. She happily shares her personal experiences with the readers through her creative India Blogs and articles.