Kerala Honeymoon – a sojourn that will be memorable
Honeymoon is that period of life that everyone wants to make memorable, to cherish in the coming years. Far from the maddening crowd, you and your soul mate huddled together in intimacy, enjoying an eerie kind of seclusion, sharing love talk – that is the ideal of most of the honeymooners. This exchange of love, dreams and experiences in secluded intimacy is good for a healthy married life also. It results in the accentuation of mutual understanding which is essential for a successful married life.
Kerala honeymoon will not belie your expectations. It will provide for plenty of moments of intimate seclusion and exceptional experiences that will enrich your memory forever.
You could begin Kerala honeymoon tours in Kochi which homes an international airport. In Kochi you can engage in sightseeing, shopping and recreation. There are many historical monuments and museums which will edify you on the history and culture of Kerala. You can unwind in the Fort Kochi Beach and Cherai Beach. Lines of Chinese fishing nets mark Fortkochi beach. Cherai Beach offers a special ambience with backwaters on one side and sea on other side. You can have Houseboat cruises in backwaters savoring the exquisite landscape interspersed with visits to nearby islands of Kochi like Bolghatty, Vypeen, Vallarpadam, Gundu Dweep etc. You can experience fishing villages first hand by these visits. Local folk engage in agriculture also. From Kochi, you can extend Kerala honeymoon trip to more favored destinations like Munnar, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Thekkady and Kovalam.
Munnar is a salubrious hill station with mist blanketed hills nestled in Western Ghats. Situated at a height of one thousand and six hundred meters, this gorgeous paradise stands near the confluence of three rivers. This was a summer resort of British and you will feel like spending time under the blanket huddled with your sweet heart exchanging everything you have until eternity in the cool clime. Munnar honeymoon packages offer opportunities for trekking and mountain biking if you have adventurist inclinations. Magnificent views are on offer with rolling hills, undulating meadows, gorgeous colonial bungalows, manicured tea gardens, cascading waterfalls and gushing brooks. There are also many interesting sightseeing spots nearby Munnar like Eravikulam National park, Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty, Pallivasal, Chinnakanal, Anayirangal, Rajamalai, Echo Point, Top station and Tea Museum. In Eravikulam National Park you can glimpse Nilgiri Tahrs – an endangered animal which would add to your album of romantic memories.
A trip to Kerala is treated complete only if you savor the backwaters. Alleppey and Kumarakom are the destinations ideally chose by honeymooners to savor backwaters. Backwaters make for fascinating setting. The shores are adorned by abodes and monuments, swaying coconut trees, emerald flora and lush green paddy fields, fishing nets and glimpses from daily life like ducks being herded, school children being ferried, toddy tappers climbing coconut trees etc. The backwaters are embellished by water flowers especially water lilies. Cruises through the canals, which form part of complex network called backwaters along with rivers and lakes, savoring this landscape is a heavenly affair.
Houseboats are now the poster boys of backwater tourism. Houseboats are modeled on erstwhile Kettuvallams. Houseboats provide for bedrooms, dining rooms and decks open on all sides. From the deck you can relish the exquisiteness of backwaters. Although motorized, Houseboats are run in a meandering pace letting you savor the elegant charm fully.
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