Kerala Honeymoon – God ordained package for you
With marriage you have entered into a vow of partnership. You are not the same old solitary reaper of old days when you could sow and reap at your own pleasure. You have to take care of the sensitivities and sensibilities of another mortal before taking any new decision or embarking on new project. For this partnership to work marvelously the mutual understanding of the partners have to be perfectly synchronized. Honeymoon trip is ideally designed to make this happen. You get plenty of moments of intimate seclusion when you can exchange the love, dreams and experiences for a perfect understanding to blossom.
Honeymoon tours Kerala is a package God ordained for your blessed new calling. You will be offered plenty of privacy and also will be gifted with exceptional experiences that you will keep afresh in your albums of memory.
Kerala is situated in the Malabar Coast of southwestern India. This coastal territory is cradled between Western Ghats and Arabian Sea. With its virgin beaches, mist covered hill stations, winding backwaters, verdant landscape and suave art forms Kerala attracts millions to its fold. The important honeymoon places in Kerala are Munnar, Kovalam, Kumarakom, Thekkady and Alleppey.
Honeymoon packages in Munnar will find you in good spirits and will enthrall you. While staying in this mist shrouded hill station which is blessed with a salubrious climate you will find your love for each other exponentially growing. In the cool climate the tendency to get physically closer will be more and this will eventually lead to more intimacy. Munnar is nestled in Western Ghats. It is located at a height of one thousand and six hundred meters and stands near the confluence of three mountain streams. This gorgeous paradise offers a magic touch which is refreshing, soothing and gentle. If you feel like adding an adventurist shade to your honeymoon, Munnar is apt for trekking and mountain biking. Munnar offers magnificent views of mist covered hills, green carpeted meadows, manicured tea gardens, fabulous bungalows of colonial splendor, gushing brooks and cascading waterfalls. There are many interesting sightseeing spots also nearby Munnar. Eravikulam National Park homes endangered species of Nilgiri Tahrs. A glimpse of which will add another leaf to the album of romantic memories.
Honeymoon trip to Kerala can be considered not serving its full purpose if you miss out on savoring backwaters. Kumarakom and Alleppey are two places where honeymooners prefer to savor the backwaters. Backwaters make for exquisite setting and cruises can be had through the canals of Alleppey savoring the monuments and various other attractions like emerald vegetation and various acts of human drama. A boat cruise from Alleppey to Kottayam is said to be one of the more beautiful sights filled travels of the world.
Kumarakom is also a small village blessed with all the bounties of a backwater village. Here also backwaters and its shores make for marvelous setting. The resorts of Kumarkom are by the backwaters letting you stay in the beauty during the sojourn. There is also a bird sanctuary in Kumarakom.
One of the important attractions of backwater tourism now is cruises in the houseboats. Houseboats are modernday luxurious versions of yesteryear “Kettuvallams”. Houseboats come with bedrooms, dining space and a balcony open on all sides from where the exquisite charm of backwaters can be savored.
Anoop TU - About Author:
Anoop is an eminent writer and travel enthusiast, here giving valuable information on Honeymoon Tours Kerala, Honeymoon Packages in Munnar, Honeymoon Trip to Kerala and Honeymoon Places in Kerala. For more information visit our site www.keralahoneymoonpackages.org.in.
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