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Kerala is the most beautiful state of South India for many tourists. This thin coastline has been defined by its layered landscape: about 600 kilometers of magnificent Arabian sea coast and beaches; Weak network of glazing backwater; And along with the Western Ghats spice and tea-covered hills, wildly defensive wildlife reserves and cool hill stations like Munnar are drawn. Organize legs on this volition of the soul, smelly, palm-colored green will enjoy your sub-safety smoke. Kerala is far from the enormity of the rest of India, its long, compact backstory is released by historically developed cities such as Kochi (Cochin) and Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum).

In addition to the famous backwaters, in addition to gorgeous houseboats, ayurvedic remedies and a tasty dish, flavored-stewing dish, karala is home to wild elephants, curious birds and strange tigers, while dynamic traditions like Kathakali, Teayam (motion-inspired way), temple festivals and Snake-boat races often bring small villages to life.

Top Destination in Kerala

  • Alappuzha : Backwaters
Alappuzha : Backwaters

Alappuzha - Most of the time it is still called Aleppi - the center of the backwater of Kerala, home to a large network of waterways, one thousand houseboats and important coir industry. Wandering in a small but chaotic city center with a common grid of canals, you would agree with the 'Venice of the East' tag, and unfortunately, the hulking new highway flyovers were murky at the time of research. The beauty of Aleppi's popular beaches But moving forward to Backwaters and Alappi becomes attractive and green-fringing, disappears in the villages of the villages, the punctate Kino, Toddy Shops and, of course, the houseboats. Floating with lush green paddy farms and curvaceous rice and gram jivan with banks, is one of Kerala's most beautiful and comfortable experiences.

The main backwater of Kerala is located in the north, east and south of Elleppi, while Kerala's largest Vembanad lake reaches Kochi towards north.

  • Wayanad Region 
Wayanad Region

Many careers rate the northern elevated Wanad region, which grow as the most beautiful part of their state in the 700th and 2100 meters northeast of Calicut. Part of the Nilgiri Biopsi Reserve of West Ghat, which is spread throughout Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, the landscape of Vayanad includes mountain scenery, ridiculous green, crispy beetle trees, bamboo, red earth, Speiki ginger fields, thin eucalyptus and rubber. , Cardamom and coffee planting. There is a great place to find wild elephants. Foreign travelers are engaged here between Mysuru (Mysore), Bengaluru (Bangalore) or Ooty (Udhamamandam) and Kerala, and Vaynad is a popular escape for city-based Indians - though they remain exceptionally frustrating and satisfactorily alone.

There are two pockets in the 345-sq km sanctuary: Muthunga (East) is bordered on the border of Tamil Nadu, Tholwepti (North) Karnataka. The three main towns of the district make good transport hubs - Kalpatta (South), Sultanbatti (Sultan Battery East) and Mantwadi (Northwest) - but the best inhabitants are spread over the Vaynad.

  • Kochi (Cochin)
Kochi (Cochin)

Set on a grand elegant sanctuary, quiet Kochi has been carrying traders, researchers and travelers on its shores for over 600 years. You can not find such an interesting combination anywhere in India: the vast Chinese fishing net, the 450-year-old Synagogue, the ancient mosques, the Portuguese- and Dutch-era houses and disasters of the British Empire. The result is an integral mix of an English village designed on medieval Portugal and Holland and tropical Malabar beaches. This is a wonderful place to explore, get filled up in the Arti Café and relax in some of India's best homestays and heritage hotels. It is an important center for Kerala Arts (Traditional and Contemporary) and is a standout place for Kathakali and Arturaiyat.

Mainland Arnaiculem is Kochi's hiked transport and the Cosmopolitan hub, while the historic towns of Fort Cochin and Metanacheri, despite the good visitors, remain amazingly atmospheric. Is connected by other islands, ferries and bridges, including Willington and Wiepen.

  • Varkala

50 km from Trivandrum Nearly dangerously surrounded by the elegant 15-meter-high, red-colored rocks, there is a natural setting in Verkella which has allowed it to continue growing in Kerala's most popular backpack hang-out. Golden Beach features a small strand in the North Cliff area of ​​Barkala, where the restaurant sells innocent world music and shops elephant-stamped trousers, silver jewelry and cotton yoga-matte bags. While it's definitely on the peat track and the sales pitch can be tired, it's still a great place to see slowly changing in a week, and it is easy to escape from the crowd in the north and south, where the beach is clean and quiet.

And despite its tourist valley, Warakala has essentially been an important temple town: the main Papanasham beach is the holy Hindu place, which is ignored by the ancient Janardhan temple. It is about 2 km in the city of Barakala.

  • Munnar

The country's largest tea growing area of ​​south India is made in sculpture like rolling hills, paneer-green tea plantations, carved cloth, and decorative hedges surrounding Munnar. The scenery of the lower Western Ghats is magnificent - you are often above the clouds, which are seen on the mountaineering dew-blade curtains. Munnar himself is a corruption-centric administrative center, unlike North Indian Hill Station, but he is straying out of a few kilometers and you will be flooded in ocean of thousands of colors of green color.

Once known as the High Range of Travancore, Munnar was developed as a tea producing area since 1880. Today it is the world's largest tea growing commercial center, most of which is managed by Tata Motors.

The floods of 2018 and the nearby Idukki district were severely damaged; During research, road and business repair continued, but Munnar was very open to visitors.

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