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Discover Kerala and Its Unfathomable Attractions

By Abhay Kumar Subscribe to RSS | December 27th 2011 | Views:

Kerala is undoubtedly a dreamer’s land, it is completely true. An ancient and delightful, Kerala is the most sought after tourist destination located at southern part of India. Nature has gifted this state with such amazing attractions which never fail to lure the heart of any individual. It is an ideal holidaying place for those who wish to spend their vacations in the perfect setting of nature.

From refreshing hill stations, exclusive backwaters, wildlife national parks, palm-fringed beaches to ranges of floras and faunas, it offers everything to the nature-lovers.

Due to its diverse landscapes and pleasant climatic conditions, it has been crowned as one of the ten paradises and fifty must see destinations of the world by National Geographic Traveler magazine. Every year tourists from every nook and corner of the world visits Kerala to spend their time in the lap of mother-nature.

In other words it is one such place where one can observe the essence of god. Apart from its rich attractions there are so many things that bring Kerala tourism into limelight such as its fascinating culture, cultural people, mouth-watering cuisine and excellent hotels and accommodations including Ayurvedic resorts. It’s very hard to define its significance in any human language but it’s beyond the words and visual delight. Kerala is filled with so many attractions and destinations having their individual features. It is not easy to describe everything about the state but here we are presenting the topnotch attractions of Kerala to you which are as listed below.


Once, the summer gateway of Britishers, Munnar is the beautiful hill station of Kerala set on the western-Ghats, drawing the attention of many from every nook and corner of the world. Due to its diverse landscapes and all time pleasant climatic conditions, it is often referred as Kashmir of South. Picturesque landscapes, sprawling tea gardens, colonial bungalows, mesmerizing waterfalls, wildlife national parks and etc makes Munnar a finest place to visit. Eravikulam National Park, Devikulam, Mattupetty, Attukal and etc are the few attraction places in and around Munnar.


Often referred as the ‘Venice of East’, Alleppey is the largest backwater destination of Kerala also famous as amazing beach destination. Also famous for its coir products, Alleppey is world-renowned for its national snake boat race which held every year during the time of harvesting.


If you have heard about Kerala’s exclusive backwaters then must visit to Kumrakom well famous for its breathtaking backwaters and houseboat tours. Several rivers, lagoons, lakes, inlets, and etc team up together and form the breathtaking Kumarakom backwaters that can be well experiences through country’s houseboats also known as Kettuvallams in traditional language. Apart from, if is there any other thing which really fascinates tourists most then its national bird sanctuary where one can view the colorful birds and marine animals.


If you are visiting Kerala for beach holiday and looking for ideal beaches then look no further than Cochin often referred as the ‘Queen of Arabian Sea’. Besides there are many other attractions of tourists interest and if you have decided to explore them and looking for affordable holiday packages then you can contact with Kerala tour operator which will certainly assist you.

Abhay Kumar - About Author:
Abhay is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tourism related topics. He has authored many books on tour guide for Kerala tour operators.

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