Saturday, February 2, 2019

Top 10 Most Beautiful Places To Visit in Kerala

Kerala is one of the most beautiful places India. Kerala was called the land of god because it always looks green. Kerala has only two seasons in even a year and that two season is Summer and Rainy season. Kerala has more than 25+ most beautiful places to visit. But we choose Top 10 Most Beautiful  Places To Visit in Kerala In any season you want to go. So without wasting any time, let's starts it.
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1. Athirapalli

Athirapalli is basically a water fall of Kerala and it's most beatyful than others. The splendorous, 80-feet high and 330-feet wide, Athirapally Waterfalls is the biggest waterfall in Kerala. The waterfall is in the border of Ernakulam District and Thrissur District in Kerala and is in a protected area. The parallel streams resemble Niagara Falls in the Monsoon season and so-called ‘The Niagara falls of India’.
The area nearby the falls offers spectacular views of the Sholayar hills and the Western Ghats making Athirapally a beautiful tourist destination. You can choose a drive from Athirappilly to the Vazhachal falls through the dense forest watching the wide variety of endangered Flora and fauna. There are also options for Daily Jungle Safari trips in Athirapally. The safari is organized by Thrissur District Tourism Promotion Council with Athirappilly Destination Management Council and is very safe.
The nearby spots to the waterfalls are best for short and safe trekking. The stream is good for swimming and one can enjoy the soft touch of the spray of water while in the stream. Rainbows are almost always visible in the waterfalls adding hues to the views.
The tranquil environment of Poovar makes it one among the most attractive tourist spots in Kerala. The beach lure visitors with miles of serene golden sands, embellished with green coconut palms. The spot is famous as a tourist destination for beach-goers to relax, sunbathe and rejuvenate the self.

2. Munnar

is one of the most beautiful  tourist places in Kerala. Snuggled at 6000 feet, the town has an easy charm. The gradient and the salubrious weather of these hills are perfect for tea farming. The hill station has about 80,000 miles of tea plantation. This is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Kerala for honeymoon. The town has an old world colonial feel to it. Enjoy a relaxing stay in the comfortable hotels in Munnar. For the adventure seeking, trekking and camping are definitely exciting. Munnar is a balm to your body, mind and souls.
3. Kochi
Kochi earlier known as Cochin is a port city of Kerala located at west coast of India in the Arabian Sea. Kochi is the part of district of Ernakulam, the eastern part of the mainland of Kochi and they both are called as twin cities. The city of Kochi is home to Port of Kochi,Indian Navy,Indian Coast Guard and other major chemical industries. City of Kochi is the best tourist destination in Kerala and sixth best in India. Kochi Marine Drive and Kochi Harbour, Jain temple in Mattancherry are few famous Spots to visit around the city.

4. Kumarakom

Kumarakom is located near Kottayam. It is one of the famous attractions of Kerala. It is bird watchers’ paradise owing to the 14-acre bird sanctuary, a favorite ground for migratory birds. Kumarakom is also a spectacular backwater destination and hence you can go on a boating ride here. As Ayurvedic massage is done here, the place is a favorite for everyone who seeks to relax bodfavorite ground for migratory birds. Kumarakom is also a spectacular backwater destination and hence you can go on a boating ride here. As Ayurvedic massage is done here, the place is a favorite for everyone who seeks to relax bod.
5. Alleppy
There is the whole of Kerala in one side, and then there is this heavenly tourist destination called Alappuzha or Alleppey! Esteemed as the ‘Backwater Capital of India’ or the ‘Venice of the East’, Alleppey is known for its silent backwaters and bountiful beauty!
Seated on the banks of the azure Vembanad Lake, it is, in fact, one of the most popular backwater destinations in Kerala and one of the highest sought-after tourist places in Kerala. Visit this paradise; enjoy houseboat cruise and stay, village walks, Ayurvedic therapies and lot more!

6. Green Meadows

Across the Idukki-Kottayam border, there is an enchanting hill station called Vagamon, pulling visitors and tourists across the world to feel the nature’s rhythm in wild and is an offbeat destination among tourist plaecs in Kerala. Studded with meadows, gardens, dales, tea plantations and valleys, Vagamon is a promising hill station holiday retreat in India. Mystic hills, perfectly maintained lawns and fresh air are quite enough to make your visit ravishing. What makes Vagamon extraordinary is a chain of hills contemplating religious harmony – Thangal Hill, Murugan Hill and Kurisumala. Vagamon is one of those places that have to be experienced live than just read about and is rated among the best hill stations in India.

7. Poovar

Poovar is a coastal village in Neyyattinkara, lies at the southern end of Thiruvananthapuram. The main attraction of the coastal village is Poovar Beach. This beach is where the salty water from the Arabian Sea meets the freshwater of the Neyyar River to form an estuary. Poovar lies adjacent to the natural harbor, Vizhinjam.

8. Kovalam

Listed among the must visit tourist places in Kerala, Kovalamis a beauty and one offering cherished experiences. The place offers a lot to the tourists. In addition, the pleasant weather, soothing breeze, golden soft sand and tall coconut trees add more charm to this little piece of paradise. Also, go swimming or bask in the warm sunshine. Get to enjoy lip-smacking seafood. Soothing Ayurvedic massages are also on offer. Relax sunbathing in the warmth or try out water sports like parasailing, snorkeling, etc. Additionally, there are a number of accommodation options suitable for your family, loved one or for yourself to relax.

9. Kannur

Kannur or Cannanore means the land of Lord Krishna, is a city located in the District of Kannur on the North Malabar region of Kerala. The city is famous for its Theyyam art,pristine beaches and Adventure Tourism. Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach is the most popular beach here and only one Drive-in Beach in Asia, other beaches are Payyamballam, Meenkunnu and Ezhara beaches.

10. Kollam

A quaint port-city in God’s Own Country, Kollam has its own charm and appeal. Enthralled by the turquoise Lakshadweep Sea and caressed by the emerald Ashtamudi Lake, it is a picture-perfect holiday destination in the list of the most appealing or enticing tourist places in India’s ‘Backwater Capital’.
While in Kollam, you can feel and experience the indigenous cultures and traditions of Kerala in the most vivid way. Be it fishing, agriculture, cashew processing, or tourism, this port-city holds a prominent place among the visitors. For the beach lovers, they can revel around the Kollam Beach, Tangasseri Beach and Thirumullavaram Beach.


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