Visiting Kerala for royal experience
Any couple from any part of the world having a secret dream of going for romantic holidays can have no better destination than Kerala. Kerala famously known as the God’s own country is a paradise for honeymooners as they can celebrate the romance under calm, peaceful and fascinating ambience of pristine beaches and many eye-catching green hill stations.
The Kerala travel packages have shot into huge demand as with the promulgation, the entire world came to know regarding the awesome destinations available in Kerala. This is the place where everybody on visiting goes romantic being all under the romantic environment.
The royal Kerala travel will introduce the tourists some of the exciting facts about the state that have been lying as layered histories.
Briefing the historical account of the God’s own country this state was formed in 1956 from Travancore & Kochi which was formerly known as Cochin and Malabar; this Malabar was once the part of Madras as known earlier. In the past Travancore and Cochin were ruled by Maharajas and became the princely states. The societal concern raised by people in the state has brought a huge social change taking the state to become one of the most progressively literate states of the country.
Travel in Kerala will definitely let tourists enjoy the deep rooted culture and history; the various fairs and festivals which make the stays of tourists as colorful as they can imagine. These festivals and fairs have long traditional and historical accounts. The major fairs and festivals are as Vishu, Navratri, Onam, Mahashivratri, Asthami, Thrikarthika, Christmas, Easter and Bakrid. These festivals pull thousands of pilgrims from different parts of the world who celebrate with great pomp and show.
Tourists taking Tour package of Kerala also have the option to see and roam around to some of the exciting sites that have both natural and man-made significances. If the tourists are couple, newly married ones and are looking for exotic getaways, they can find the surprising wonderful beaches of Kerala full of romance and they will automatically get themselves dipped under the romanced water that will work wonders for them to cement their relation into more firmed. The ride on Kerala houseboats fully decorated with many royal designs is the perfect ways for honeymooners to enjoy together with their soul mates. Apart from it, they willingly can stroll to many fascinating hill stations like Munnar Tours, Idukki and Rajmala where they will be welcomed by greeneries of thick forests covered hills and many tea gardens. These destinations are very tough to ignore and act like a magnet pulling hundreds of tourists.
The royal Kerala travels consist of many tours full of animal safaris; the presence of famous wildlife sanctuary Periyar has ensured all these safaris. The most famous safaris are the elephant and hose safaris which usually take tourists all through green fields and forests for joy rides.
If any one is seeking any royal trip, visiting to Kerala will be the best alternative to enjoy what their minds ask them to do so.
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