After months of travel constraint, the month of November has something very interesting to offer to the travel Industry - Kerala has started welcoming tourists once again. One of the better known states of India, Kerala has a lot to offer: from Ayurvedic retreats to the steep tea gardens, from dense national parks to the verdant hill stations and from blissful breezy beaches to the scenic backwaters.
Kerala has a refined collection of hill stations. The most visited of the lot are Munnar and Thekkady promising visitors a splendid experience through its unparalleled shades of green, picturesque trekking trails, gushing waterfalls, serene lakes and dams, tall trees, rolling plantations and distinctive flora & fauna. The key highlight in Thekkady is the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary which will bring instant joy to the travellers. Some of the off beat hill stations of Kerala are Vagamon offering a blend of nature and adventure, Wayandad known for its green lofty mountains and unspoilt nature & Idduki with its high mountains and tranquil environment. Moreover, Kerala has its own unique beauty during monsoon - hills showered by drizzles, the cloudy sun-lit afternoons and the green velvety carpets covering slope to slope.
The beaches of Kerala have gained special attention over the years. From laid back beaches to the jam packed beaches, from secluded beaches to party beaches, there are plenty of beaches in Kerala meant for every type of traveller. The popular beaches of Kovalam, Allepey, Varkala and Poovar are highly visited tourist spots. These stunning palm tree fringed beaches combined with fabulous seafood, amazing sunsets and thrilling activities will make your visit worth it. Nothing can get better than heading to the unconventional beaches of Bekal, Marari, and Kollam so as to experience these alluring beaches accompanied by coconut trees, hammocks and a pleasant climate.
The distinct beauty of the pristine backwaters lies in a combination of the refreshingly cool water, small homes amidst the green fields on both sides, an unveiled view of the majestic sky and the serene surroundings. There are numerous towns and cities along the backwaters, the prominent ones being – Kochi, Kumarakom, Allepey and Kottayam. Each of these places have its own charm. Apart from this, the Athirapally waterfalls is a well-liked locale. It’s a delight to witness the river water gushing down the rocky landscape surrounded by lush green mountains. The sight will leave you spellbound.
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