Top Places That You Must Visit In Kerala

Kerala aka God’s Own Country is a beautiful place that is famous around the world for her natural beauty, wildlife, cuisines, festivals etc. In Kerala, there are hill-stations, beaches, backwaters, wide varieties of flora and fauna. Therefore, Kerala is a place for all kinds of people. She is also the best place for a honeymoon trip in India. If you are visiting Kerala, don’t forget to check out Kerala Tour Packages, which can make your trip more enjoyable in a less expensive way

This article is about the top 6 tourist spots that you should visit in Kerala.

1.Alappuzha / Alleppey

Alappuzha or Alleppey often called the Venice of the East provides a wonder to our eyes by showing her backwaters. Alleppey is surrounded by backwaters, the major income of the people living here is directly or indirectly connected with tourism. While you are in Alleppey, you can see many “Kettuvallams” or Houseboats. For a luxurious trip, you definitely take a cruise through the backwaters and enjoy the most. Houseboats are wonderful and the experience is exceptional. You can spend your entire day or night in the houseboat without getting bored. Alleppey is recognised by the UN as one of the cleanest towns in India. So, come visit Alleppey and savour the beauty within.


Also called the “Queen of Arabian Sea”, is famous for her backwaters, one of the world’s finest harbours as well as her Chinese Fishing nets ‘Cheena Vala’. These fishing nets are here for around 500 years, and now it has become a major tourist attraction. She has opened many tourism activities through her most beautiful and graceful seas such as cruising and yachting. While you are in Kochi, you can find much heritage and culture by exploring the whole place. The backwaters here are one of the most visited backwaters of Kerala.


A place that acts as a home for the popular wildlife sanctuary- ‘The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary’. This is a place for the ones who are looking for adventures and wildlife. Thekkady offers a rejuvenating experience in nature’s lap. You can take a boat ride along the Periyar lake and see wide varieties of flora and fauna. You better take a pair of binoculars with you, or you can rent it from the entrance itself. Trekking is available for adventure seekers through the heart of the jungle away from all other human interactions. This place is for the nature lovers.


When you see Munnar, you will actually understand the beauty she holds. Munnar is a hill station situated in the Idukki District of Kerala. She is very famous for her vast lush green tea plantations and her cool climatic conditions. This place is also famous among the honeymooners as she offers a pristine start. For the best experience, visit Munnar during the monsoon season. This season reveals the lush green natural environment and during this time of the year, Munnar will be much less crowded because of the monsoon. So, you can endure a much quiet and peaceful vacation.


Kovalam is noted for the crystal, golden sand beaches. ‘Ayurvedic healing ‘ is becoming popular in Kovalam. She offers a natural green vegetation with many coconut groves and makes it a perfect tourist destination. This is a place for those who need a break from their daily life and relax for some time. The beaches are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and there are many ayurvedic health resorts, yoga and massage centres too. Come and relax. Take a short break from life.


Wayanad is a place of many wonders. This spot consists of varieties of places including historically important caves, waterfalls, dam, wildlife sanctuary, lakes etc. As Wayanad is a hill station the climatic conditions are soothing. Wayanad shows many shreds of evidence from the stone age and lies within the Edakkal caves in Wayanad. She exhibits her natural beauty by her Waterfalls, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, the Kuruva Island Pookode lake etc.

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