It is without doubt that Kerala is one of the most beautiful places on earth and that’s exactly why it is known to be ’God’s Own Country’. From the stunning beaches along the Malabar Coast to the maze of backwater canals cutting through huge paddy fields to the glorious rolling hillside tea plantations in the Western Ghats, Kerala’s landscapes are almost as diverse as its people and the culture and history of the people of Kerala is quite a major factor in attracting the tourists.
From the awesome seashores along the Malabar Shore to the labyrinth of backwater pathways in Alleppey and Kumarakom to the fantastic lush hillside tea gardens in Munnar, Kerala’s scenery and points of interest are almost as different and unique as its individuals and the lifestyle and record of the individuals of this land is a significant component in gaining the visitors from all over the world.
List of best places to visit in Kerala:-
Athirappally: Known to be the Niagra of India, the splendorous, 80-feet high and 330-feet wide, Athirapally Waterfalls is the biggest waterfall in Kerala. Located on the border of Ernakulam District and Thrissur District in Kerala and also is in a protected area. The parallel streams resemble Niagara Falls in the Monsoon season which named it to be ‘The Niagara falls of India’. The nearby spots to the waterfalls are awesome for short and safe trekking. The stream is great to swim and one can enjoy the soft touch of the spray of water while in the stream. Rainbows are almost always visible in the waterfalls adding those unique kind of hues to the views.
Alleppey: Alleppey is well known for the backwater trips on houseboats and always comes on top among the best destinations to visit in Kerala with friends and check out in Kerala, simply because it is a total exclusive encounter that you cannot get anywhere else on the globe. Alleppey was in the past described as the one of the locations known as ‘Venice of the East’ by Lord Curzon. A houseboat vacation along the natural backwaters in Alleppey would be perfect and provides a chance to observe landscapes attractions like lavish paddy areas below the water levels, small chapels, fishing with netting, ducks in water, water lilies etc, sure to remain etched in your mind forever and this one is top among the best places to visit in Kerala in October to December.
Kochi: Kochi or Cochin is in central kerala and it is easy to get to most of the tourist places in Kerala from Kochi , the primary reason because of which Kochi is the primary point for most of the Kerala tour packages. Ernakulam city is a modern city and the old part of the city is the Fort Kochi with a mix of British, Portuguese and Dutch cultures on different times and the culture is spread all across. Though Ernakulam is also known as Cochin, the latter is an interesting city in the district often called as the commercial capital of Kerala. Ernakulam is also titled as the ‘Queen of Arabian Sea’ as it is one of the finest natural harbors in the whole world. In the past, Dutch, Portuguese, Arabs, Chinese and the British have visited here and left their own impressions in the town. Today, Ernakulam is as a booming metropolis city in Kerala with heaps of industrial buildings and IT hubs taking shape in and around it and munnar is a 4 hour drive from kochi where you find a number of resorts in munnar