Photo of LIFE IN GOD'S OWN COUNTRY (KERALA) 8 Things To do...... by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

Hi... i know i know stuck on the one place and never go to anywhere because of study and work pressure blah blah blah..... and all of other things.

So i'll tell you come here one secret things just pack your bags and go anywhere wheather you want to go, but my suggestion you are go to God's Own Country you don't know yrrrr...... It's KERALA.

I'll tell you why you should visit Kerala.

Kerala has an endless list of tourist destinations that will interest any traveller. Renowned for its scenic locations and natural beauty, Kerala is sure to enchant any nature lover with its hills, backwaters, beaches, waterfalls and wildlife. The states also has a rich heritage and thriving culture one can explore by visiting the various forts, palace, museums, monuments and pilgrim centers. Both natural and manmade briliance await you at every turn

Photo of LIFE IN GOD'S OWN COUNTRY (KERALA) 8 Things To do...... by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)
Photo of The Backwater Rhapsody, Alleppey, Alappuzha by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

The Kerala backwaters are a beautiful, blissful location. Quaint houseboats glide across palm-fringed emerald waters, you can spot unique flora and fauna, go kayaking, and in between indulge in lip-smacking food cooked by talented on-board chefs. The best places to head to catch a backwater cruise are Alleppey, Kumarakom, Kollam, Kasaragod and Kuttanad

Photo of Kovalam Beach, Kovalam by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

If you want action, you'll definitely find it at Kovalam Beach—the most popular and most developed beach in Kerala. Often likened to Goa's Calangute and Baga beaches, Kovalam is located not far from the capital, Trivandrum. It's actually made up of two main coves—Hawa (also referred to as Eve's Beach) and Lighthouse Beach. Lighthouse is the biggest and busiest of the two, with its promenade lined with open-air restaurants. Kovalam is a popular surfing destination in India. If you'd prefer somewhere a little more secluded, you'll find nearby Samudra Beach to be a better option.

Photo of Fort Kochi, Kochi by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

Kochi or Cochin is Kerala’s most historical and interesting city. The spice trade, first with the Arabs and Chinese, and later with the Europeans brought trade, cultural exchange and prosperity to this important Arabian sea port, You can still see the history and multicultural influences here, shop for crafts, spices and souvenirs in the colourful lanes of Jew Town, visit the oldest Synagogue in the Commonwealth and admire the Ramayana murals adorning the walls of the Mattancherry or Dutch Palace. Stroll along the waterfront at sunset and watch the Chinese Fishing Nets in operation, one of Kerala’s most iconic scenece.

Photo of Periya, Kannur by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

Nature has really blessed Kerala from top to toe and the national parks are also sanctuaries home to some incredible wildlife. Perhaps you will be luckily enough to spot some. Try Periyar for tigers and leopards, whilst Wayanad is one of the best places to spot elephants in the wild! It’s also still fantastically unspoilt and some argue it is the most beautiful part of Kerala. All over Kerala keep your eyes open for cheeky monkeys and graceful peacocks.

Photo of Munnar Tent Camps, Munnar by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

This quaint hill station in Kerala, perched at an altitude of 5026 feet, is all about lush green forests, extensive tea plantations, pristine valleys, vantage points and exotic flora and fauna. Munnar, also known as the “Kashmir of South India” is an excellent choice for a family vacation or a romantic escapade.

Popular Places to Visit: Mattupetty Dam, Eravikulam National Park, Attukad Waterfalls, Tata Tea Museum, Dream Land Fun and Adventure, Photo Point, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

Things to Do: Boat ride on Kundala Dam Lake, enjoy boating, skating, ATV bike rides and cycling at The Blossom International Park, take a stroll through the tea gardens, try rock climbing, paragliding and other thrilling activities

Best Time to Visit: October to April

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Photo of Bekal Fort, Bekal by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

Why Bekal fort famous ??

It was an important military station for Tipu Sultan when he led a military expedition to capture Malabar. The coins and artefacts found in archaeological excavations at Bekal fort indicate the strong presence of Mysore Sultans. Tipu Sultan's death during the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War ended Mysorean control in 1799.

Photo of Kottayam, Kerala by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

Kottayam’s trademark backwater stretches and pristine paddy fields have won over traveller’s hearts for centuries. Its lush landscape is adorned by many a picturesque picnic spot and one need travel no far to find a place to simply sit and relax in the loving embrace of nature. Surrounded by the majestic Western Ghats on the East, the mighty Vembanad Lake and Kuttanad’s rustic paddy fields on the West, Kottayam boasts of many an option for aqua tourists. You will find many quaint rivulets interspersed around the area. A majority of them empty into Vembanad Lake, where boating and fishing are added incentives to the simply stunning visuals on display there. A cruise here will help you come across the rare avian life on display at the legendary Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary with its Siberian Storks, egrets, darters, herons and teals eagerly awaiting you.

Photo of Adyanpara Waterfall, Erumamunda by RADHE PATEL (radhuu)

Adyanpara Waterfalls are located in Nilambur in Malappuram district. It is among the most relaxing spots in the area. Adyanpara is an excellent spot for a nice swim and is easily accessible by road. The water itself is clean and pure and has had medicinal properties attributed to it. Located in Kurmbalangodu village (around 14 km away from Nilambur town), it is among the most picturesque destinations in the area.