Exquisitely wedged between the unspoilt Western Ghats and azure Arabian Sea, Kerala undoubtedly is the God’s Own Country. Decked with labyrinth alleyways of backwaters, sun-soaked beaches, mountain escapes, tea and spice plantation all congregating into a soothing serenade. All those wandering souls looking to explore the amazing destination, this article comes with a host of information on accommodation, food and enticing tourist spots.
Alappuzha – Date With Backwaters
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Alappuzha (Alleppey) also known as the “Venice of the East”, is the best place to explore the beautiful bylans of Kerala’s calm backwaters. The place is a great escape into nature’s lap and offers spellbinding boat ride in the serene backwaters. Most of the accommodation in Alleppey is tucked in nature’s lap. Travellers could choose from a host of hotels catering to all visitors. At hotels guests could relish Kerala’s famous Ayurvedic facilities and scrumptious traditional cuisines.
Varkala Laidback Beach Resort
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Beach resorts and Guest houses clinging dangerously along cliff steels the limelight in this laid-back beach resort. A great escape for backpackers looking to soak in tranquility while enjoying their amazing Kerala Tour Package. The destination is dotted with a host of beautiful beach resorts and guest houses reverberating with an abundance of scenic splendor. Guests here could enjoy a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea right from the comfort of their rooms.
Munnar’s Enchanting Hills
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At first, Munnar offers a common sight of most of the Indian hill station bustling with locals, tourists and unorganized traffic. But as soon you drive away a few mile in the outskirts of the town, mesmerizing scenic beauty teamed with rolling tea estates and mountain draped in mist will surround you. Speckled with a host of resorts, hotels and guest houses encircled by the picturesque surrounding hills is a sight to cherish.
Wayanad’s Spice Plantation
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is not only popular for the wildlife diversity, but also for the spice plantation and lush paddy fields. Tourists are sure to encounter herd of elephant quietly passing by. Take a wildlife jeep safari ride savoring the unspoilt sceneries, flora and fauna of the place. The Wayanad’s Stream Valley Cottages is the best place to stay in the stunning wildlife park. The cottage offers a pristine stay combined with chirping bird sound and babbling rivulets.
Kochi Medley of Cultures
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Kochi offers backpackers a medley of rich heritage tangible in the form of a synagogue, Portuguese houses, mosques and glimpses of fading British era. Kochi caters to travellers from all segments offering a wide range of accommodation in terms of budget and stay. Experience an unparalleled hospitality and cuisines while enjoying the best Kerala holiday packages.
How to Reach
By Air – The destination is connected by air globally with three international airports. Thiruvananthapuram in the southern part, Kochi international in the central part and Calicut (Kozhikode) in the north connect both international and domestic flights.
By Road – National Highway 14, 47 and 49 connect the state with rest of the country. Within the state, its major cities, villages all are well-connected with an extensive web of roads.
By Train – With 200 railway stations inter-connecting Kerala’s cities and direct trains from Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and all other major cities connect the southern state with rest of the country.