Kerala Travel Guide
(Keralam) is a state of India, located in the South India. This divine piece of land is situated in the Malabar Coast of south western region India. This coastal territory wraps in green vegetation from Western Ghats to Arabian Sea. It is one of the most visited, beautiful tourist destinations in India. The Local language of this state is Malayalam and the capital of Kerala is Thiruvananthapuram. It comes under 50 in the list of must visit destinations of life create by National Geographic Traveler. Kerala is also known as various names like God’s own country, Kashmir of South, nature’s city etc. Endowed with natural beauty, it is really a paradise on the Earth. It is a famous destination for holidays, vacations, honeymoons etc. with charming hill stations, beaches, valleys, backwaters, charming green plantations, lush green landscape, amazing wildlife sanctuaries and intellectually appealing art. The serene and scenic is augmented by backwaters and trees to a great extent. A tour to Kerala is a unique experience in life.
Kerala is famous place for beach holidays in India. Beaches of Kerala are very famous that are suitable for each class of travelers in budget and facilities. Prime beaches in Kerala south India are Kovalam, Beypore, Fort Kochi, Mararikulam, Cherai, Varkala, Kappad, Alleppey, Muzhappilangad, Bekal, Thalassery and Kannur. Kovalam, Varkala and Poovar are the world famous beaches in Kerala which are situated at the very less distance from capital city Trivandrum. All the Kerala beaches are ideal locations for holidays and honeymoon in Kerala.
Kerala is also famous travel destination for backwaters. There are lots of backwaters place in Kerala which are good spots for peaceful holidays and vacations in the arms of nature. Some Kerala backwaters tourism destinations are Alleppey, Kumarakom, Thiruvallam, Kuttanad, Kollam, Fort Kochi, Kozhikode, Trivandrum, etc.
You can see the houseboats in Kerala not any other travel places usually. Houseboats which have got iconic status are unique most attractions.
Kerala is one of the prime centers for hill stations. There are many hill stations in Kerala. Munnar, Wayanad, Neelimala, Vattavada, Mattupetty, Wagamon, Peermade, Nelliampathi and Ponmudi are the main hill stations. Munnar is very popular out of them. It is located on the confuluence of three rivers. Visiting places near to Munnar are Eravikulam National park, Chinnakanal, Anaimudi Peak, Rajamalai, Echo Point, Mattupetty, Pallivasal, Top station, Tea Museum, Anayirangal, etc.
Kerala has a rich asset of diverse flora and fauna. There are numerous bird, wildlife sanctuaries and national parks over there. Muthanga, Periyar, Thattekad and Silent valley are famous wildlife places. Kerala is only tourist place in south India, where you can enjoy wildlife from the safety of a boat.