Explore the Virgin Natural Attractions with Kerala Honeymoon Trip
Honeymoon comes after the huge pomp of marriage rituals but it may happen twice or more than that if you have good bonding your partner. Well if you are looking for an exotic or romantic gateway where you can take your beloved and spend some romantic time together then look no further than Kerala, one of the most sought after tourist destination located at south-western part of India. It is one such state of India, where one can experience the nature in its real form. In fact it is an ideal holidaying place for those who wish to spend some beautiful moments in the lap of nature while experiencing several rewards of nature. Invigorating hill stations, wildlife national parks, picturesque, calm backwaters, pristine lagoons and ranges of floras and faunas make it finest places in the planet.
Along with its natural attractions it is equally popular for its mouth-watering cuisine, warm people, fascinating culture and excellent hotels and Ayurvedic resorts. During honeymoon in this green paradise if there is any thing which holds the attention of visitors then its alluring culture which is extremely fascinating. The year in Kerala is filled with so many carnivals and colourful festivals make their atmosphere lively and feisty.
Well if you are visiting there for only to explore its aw-inspiring attractions then we would suggest you to visit Munnar first lovingly called Kashmir of south, truly a honeymooner’s paradise. Picturesque landscapes, lush green meadows, cascading waterfalls, colonial bungalows, national parks and vast tea gardens make it truly visitors delight. Away from hustle and bustle of life it is finest place to spend some time with family and friends. Due to its several trekking trails and pleasurable climatic conditions, it is also considered an ideal place for several trekking and adventure programs.
Some of the best attractions that can be explored through Munnar honeymoon packages are Devikulam, Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty, Attukal and many more. While writing about Kerala’s attractions how can we forget its amazing, picturesque backwaters which made up with the perfect combination of brackish lagoons, lakes, inlets and several rivers which merge up together and forms the breathtaking locale that can be well-experienced through country’s houseboats.
Kerala honeymoon would not be completed unless you do not go for backwater houseboat tours which takes tourists in the stunning world of water and wonders and leave them spellbind. Kerala is bestowed with innumerable backwater destinations having their distinctive features but none can be explored with out its well-organized houseboats gives tourists all the amenities such as bath-attached rooms, lounge, deck, kitchenette, and many more.
Among numerous backwater destinations of Kerala, Alleppey is the most visited destination during Kerala honeymoon trip world-renowned as the ‘Venice of East’ located on the picturesque Vembanad Lake’. Apart from its mesmerizing backwaters, Alleppey is also famous for national snake boat race which yearly commenced in the memory of Indian former Prime Minister Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru who first organized there.
Apart from there are many other things that you can experience during Kerala honeymoon tours such as beach tours, wildlife safari and many more. Be here and select the tailor made holiday packages and make your honeymoon an unending, everlasting experience.
Anoop TU - About Author:
Anoop is an eminent writer and travel enthusiast, here giving valuable information on Kerala Honeymoon, Kerala Honeymoon Tours, Munnar Honeymoon Packages and Kerala Honeymoon Trip. For more information visit our site www.keralahoneymoonpackages.org.in.
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