10 Top Places to Visit in Kerala
For its pristine tropical charm, Kerala is often referred to as “God’s Own State.” This coastal state has a destination for everybody, beach, mountains, adventure, wildlife, heritage or culture. The pace of life is sluggish and the spot for a nice holiday. Don’t miss the top places in Kerala to visit.
Known as Kerala Gateway, Kochi has had an Eclectic influence and is an enchanting city. There have many left their mark Muslims, French, Dutch, Chinese and Portuguese. The city draws most tourists with the architecture and historical sites of Fort Kochi. If you have babies, consider taking them to Kochi’s Wonderla Amusement Park. For all budgets, there are also a lot of hotels and homes.
If it is a matter of culture, take time to visit Muzuris in Kochi, located roughly one hour north of the city. The most important trading port in Kerala was used to this multi-cultural district, where the business flourished over 1,000 years before the flood. The Kerala government is establishing it as a project of patrimony. Muzuris enters Kodungallur (where each year in late March or early April there is the spectacular and beautiful Gory Temple Festival in Kodungallur Bhagavathy) and Paravoor. It is lined with historic buildings, synagogues, mosques, temples, and schools. The first mosque in India was founded in 629 AD by Cheraman Juma Masjid. The full-day Muzuris Heritage Tour is given in Cochin Magic.
A travel on a houseboat along the Keralan canals, known as backwaters, is one of the tranquilest and most enjoyable activities you can do in Kerala. New Indian food (buy your own and put it on the boat) and cold beer render this trip even more fun. In the middle of a lake, you can even spend the night. Live in a home or spa in the seas for a few days. Happy! For the ultimate experience, you should not skip a sunset in Vembanad Lake, published by National Geographic, from Kakkathuruthu Island. From Alleppey, most backwater trips start.
If you’re in Kerala after an easily accessible and peaceful beach break, you’re only 30 minutes north of Alleppey, picturesque Marari. This small fishing village provides a long undeveloped beach and a range of dwellings, from picturesque beaches to easy homestays. There are people facing water.
Periyar National Park
Kerala’s Periyar National Park is located in the district of Thekkady and is one of southern India’s most popular national parks. This stays open all year round, even during the monsoon season, compared to most other national parks in India. Periyar is known for its wild elephants, and 30 minutes of elephant jungle rides are available. Safaris are rendered by boat and the lake at sunset is particularly tempting. Visitors can also engage in a wide range of eco-tourism events.
A visit to Munnar is a must if you want tea! The region is renowned for its large tea plantations. See how tea is obtained and stored and specifically seek fresh tea in the gardens. Even a store of tea. The area’s natural beauty is full of winding roads, nebulous hills, and tropical trees and wildlife. Enthusiasts of adventure can go to Anamudi, South India’s highest peak, visit Eravikulam National Park, or travel rock and paraglide. Munnar is surrounded by nature and has a choice of lodging.
A stunning location on the beach in Varkala, with a long winding line of cliffs and views over the Arab Sea. The lined path along the cliff scenery is bordered by coconut palm trees, picturesque restaurants, beach shacks, hotels and inns. Nestled in the lower end of the cliff is a long stretch of beach, which is accessed by stairs from the top of the cliff. Varkala is one of India’s best beaches. It’s no joke.
Wayanad is a luminous green mountain range extending along the Western Ghats. It has a variety of picturesque attractions. The landscape comprises plentiful coconut palm trees, thick forests, paddy groves, and high peaks. The region has a lot to offer adventure enthusiasts due to the nature of its terrain. Trekkers to Chembra Peak and Meenmutty Falls, visit the old temples of Jain, climb to Edakkal caves and spot wildlife at Muthanga and Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuaries are popular attractions in the district. Wayanad’s many pleasant households in the area are another highlight. One of them is Glenora.
The Kannur region of northern Kerala is the ideal combination of isolated beaches and community as mystical veiled mystic occupation and man-made spinning in India. One of the best places to get off the beaten path. In Kannur is also situated Muzhappilangad Drive-In Beach. You can pass through its vast sand stretch! Relax in one of the luxury beds at the beach house and appreciate the serenity.
It is located at about 40 minutes south-west of the Trivandrum capital city and is overseen by a distinctive lighthouse, Kovalam, Kerala’s largest beach. At the beginning of the 1970s, when the mass of Hippies converging along the Hippie Trail to Ceylon (now called Sri Lanka), it was catapulted on the tourist map. The main beach of Kovalam is bordered by a densely packed line of hotels, but there are still quieter pockets in places, it definitely won’t attract anyone.