Kerala in South India is often known for its unspoiled tropical beauty. There is a destination for everyone in this coastal state. Be it the beach, mountains, adventure, wildlife, heritage or culture you are interested in. The pace of life is slow. Which makes it a beautiful place for a relaxing holiday. Don’t miss to check out these top places to visit in Kerala.

  1. Kochi

It is known as the “Gateway to Kerala”. Kochi is a charming city that has had an eclectic influence. The British, Dutch, and Portuguese have all left their mark there. The architecture and historical sites in Fort Kochi attract most of the visitors to the area. If you have children. Then they will love the Wonderla Amusement Park in Kochi. There are many hotels and restaurants here. Which comes in the budget.


If you are excited in history. So extend your time to visit Muziris, which is about an hour north of the city. This multicultural district used to be a commercially important port in Kerala. Where trade flourished for more than 1,000 years before being critically injured by floods. It is being advanced as a heritage project of this district by the Government of Kerala. Muziris Kodungallur (where the astonishing and rather eerie Kodungallur Bhagavathy temple festival takes place every year in late March or early April). and extends up to Paravoor. The city is full of old churches, synagogues, mosques and temples. Cochin Magic offers a private full day Muziris Heritage Tour.

3.Kerala Backwaters

The most relaxing things you can do in Kerala. That is to travel in a houseboat along the palm-fringed Kerala canals. known as backwaters. Freshly cooked Indian food and cold beer (buy your own and bring on the boat). which make your experience even more enjoyable. You can also spend your night in the middle of a lake. Stay a few nights in a homestay or resort on the banks of the backwaters. Most of the backwater trips here start from Alleppey.


If you like tea. So make sure to visit Munnar! The surrounding area is famous for its vast tea gardens. Watch the tea being take and processed. And try fresh tea straight from the gardens. There is also a tea museum here. The area is full of winding lanes, misty hills and exotic plants and wildlife. Adventure enthusiasts can visit Anamudi, the highest peak in South India. You can explore the Eravikulam National Park. Or go rock climbing and paragliding. Munnar offers a wide variety of accommodations surrounded by nature.


Wayanad is a bright green hilly region. Which is circulate along the Western Ghats. It has a great deal of natural charm. Abundant coconut palms, dense forests, paddy fields and high peaks form the landscape. Due to the nature of its terrain, the region has a lot to offer to the adventure enthusiasts as well. Popular attractions include trekking to Chembra Peak and Meenmutty Falls, old Jain temples, climbing the Edakkal Caves, and wildlife watching. Another attraction of Wayanad is the many delightful households in the area. Glenora is one of them.

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