12 things you should not miss while you are in Kerala

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Beautiful Sunsets Watching sunset is a favorite choice of everyone, and if it in a place rich in scenic beauty. the joy doubles. That is why Kerala beaches and backwaters are one of the travelers favorite picks when it comes to enjoying sunsets. Kochi harbor, Marari beach, Kumarakom backwaters, Kovalam beach are the best destinations where one can capture amazing frame with a camera. Backwater Cruise Cruise in the Kerala backwaters will definitely calm your mind. The cruise through the large lagoons and small canals bordered with lines of palm trees is a visual treat for your eyes. This also …..

Come alive within the forest

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The beautiful southern state of Kerala is a widely regarded biodiversity and eco-tourism hotspot with sights and sounds to soothe every traveller. Along the slopes of the mighty Western Ghats lies a small village called Gavi teeming with wildlife, mountains, rivers, untapped flora and a host of friendly natives. Gavi, in its picturesque self, is where the avid traveller becomes one with nature. The beauty and vastness of its forests is worthy of a thousand paintings. As the sun dawns on Kerala, its first rays are blessed upon Gavi’s grasslands, breathing life into its history, culture and wildlife. The average …..

Places to Visit in Thekkady

Places to Visit in Thekkady. Thekkady Thekkady, in Idukki district is an important tourist destination of kerala, the Periyar National Park. The town center is kumily. Thekkady is located on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. Thekkady is known for its dense evergreen forests and grass land home to different birds and animals. Thekkady has been considered as heaven for natural spices like cardamom, black pepper, ginger, cinnamon and clove. It is fascinating as the road to thekkady winds through tranquil area, tea plantations and thick forests. Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary Periyar national park is a reserved area in thekkady for wild …..

Kerala tourism

Kerala is said to be the land of coconuts. Green fertile land looks and feels like a tropical heaven.Kerala is famous for its beaches, backwaters, hills, lush vegetation and its culture. National Geographic Traveler certified Kerala as one of the 10 paradises of the world.   Kerala was formed in the year 1956 November 1 by combainig various malayalam speaking regions by the States Reorganisation Act.Every year on November 1st malayalees around the world celebrate Kerala piravi Dinam (Kerala’s Birth Day). People celebrate this day by wearing kerala’s traditional dress code men wear dhoti and Kerala sari for the women. Originally Kerala was …..