Kerala – a land of backwaters, tea gardens, and sun-kissed beaches attracts a large number of travelers every year from all over the world.
Located on the Malabar Coast of India, the land is blessed with nature’s bounty. So, if you are looking for an escape from the usual hustle-bustle of your city life and long to have a relaxing holiday in the lap of Mother Nature, just head straightaway to Kerala.
The place is also famous for its unique ayurvedic treatments using natural ingredients and yes, its amazing cuisine loaded with plenty of spices! However, before booking your journey, it will be wise to know about the places that you must visit during your tour to have the best experience. So, let us have a look.
Wayanad Wild Life Sanctuary
Located in the Wayanad district, the vast forest is rich in flora and fauna. Certainly, the sight of tall trees amidst greenery and so many wild animals will give you sheer joy. There are also plenty of birds like cuckoos, woodpeckers, peacocks, and owls that you will surely spot during your visit. The sanctuary spreads over more than 300 square kilometers and has spice plantations too.
Once a laid-back town, Munnar is now a thriving place with tourists who flock in large numbers to catch a glimpse of its rare natural beauty. The famous hill station of Kerala is located at a height of 1600 meters above sea level and now boasts of some fantastic resorts with all modern amenities to offer you a perfect stay. If you love the sight of sprawling tea plantations and hundreds of species of birds, Munnar is definitely for you. It is also a paradise for those who love trekking and boat rides. Just travel some kilometers around the town, and you will spot gorgeous waterfalls too.
You may have heard of Kerala backwaters and the memorable experience of traveling in a houseboat. However, Poovar is a place where one can have a peaceful stay in boundless scenic beauty. It has pristine beaches on its one side and stunning backwaters at its other side. If you are planning to visit Kerala for your honeymoon, Poovar is the best.
Apart from the above, you should also not forget to visit the Athirappilly Waterfalls in Thrissur, pay a visit to the famous Abraham's Spice Garden in Kumily and yes, exploring the mysterious Eddakal caves. There is also Kumarakom studded with a large number of luxury resorts for travelers from all over the world.
Try to avoid the monsoon season for a Kerala tour. Instead, book your trip between the months of September and March to have a memorable experience. Remember, Kerala will never fail to impress you regardless of the places you choose to visit during your tour.