The Spotless Beauty of Kerala is Hard to Surpass Over
Kerala, also called Keralam, is a south Indian state located on the Malabar Coast. Owing to its unique geographical location between the Lakshadweep Sea and the Western Ghats, the state features many enchanting landscapes which are unique by their own. The state has a 590 Km long coastline in the West; hence it houses numerous tropical beaches and coastal plains. Kerala’s eastern region consists of high-elevated mountains, deep-cut valleys and splendid gorges, while the central part of the state is dominated by rolling hills and valleys. Coconut trees can be seen almost everywhere in Kerala. Apart from that, there are plenty of backwaters, verdant greenery and rare flora & fauna throughout the state.
Kerala boasts the humid equatorial tropic climate influenced heavily by the southwest summer monsoon. The average rainfall here is 3,107 mm annually, with highest over 5,000 mm witnessed by the Idukki district. The state experiences hot and humid summer, while winter remains quite pleasant. So for your Kerala tour, winter is the best season to plan. Also, don’t forget to keep cotton outfits, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen lotion in your travel kit. Kerala is a well developed state of India with highest Human Developed Index, highest literacy rate and a well improved lifestyle. You may be surprised to know that this tiny state is home to five out of ten best cities to live in India. Thus, it’s obvious that you will find a good infrastructure and all modern amenities during your Kerala tour.
Kerala is an easy accessible state, well connected to all major cities in India by all means of transportation – road, rail and air. Even within the state, you will find a smooth connectivity between all cities and towns. Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikhode are three major international airports in Kerala. Rail network also connects the whole state except the cities in highland districts of Idukki and Wayanad. Accommodation in Kerala is truly fascinating. From hotels to resorts, and home stay to boat houses, several options are available to make your stay a pleasant experience. Staying in a boathouse will be an unforgettable experience during Kerala holidays. Today with a variety of Kerala tour packages available, planning a Kerala tour is not a tough job and an easy task indeed. Some reputed tour companies offer Kerala tour packages online.
So you just need to visit their websites, and select a suitable package considering your needs and budget. You may have a superb holiday experience in Kerala – God’s own Country – dealing with a reliable travel agent.
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