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Kerala Sobriquet as God’s Own Country – Know Some Real Facts Why

By Abhay Kumar Subscribe to RSS | January 23rd 2012 | Views:
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Kerala is the land of scenic wonderments and no wonder visit to any touristic place you will find the essence of why it is called God’s Own Country.

Located in the far south western part of India, this scenic piece of land has emerged to be highly preferred destination among tourists. It is amazingly gifted by the nature and extracts thousands thousand of hundreds of tourists from across the globe. It is the land of scenic wonderments and no wonder visit to any part of this land be it north Kerala or south kerala of east of west, you will find the same everywhere with some unique and alluring tourism attractions. If heaven is the place of God, Kerala is God’s Own Country. The Almighty have adorned this place with enigmatic sightseeing spots and alluring attractions that make holidaying in Kerala truly alluring and fascinating.

Kerala has so many alluring sightseeing spots and all are enigmatically blessed by the nature. It has exciting and fascinating beaches some of which are Fort Kochi Beach, Varkala Beach, Kovalam Beach, Kappad Beach, Cherai Beach, Thangasseri Beach, Alleppey Beach and Kappad Beach. These are some of the popular and alluring Kerala beaches that make beach tours more enjoyable and delightful.

Among the many beaches, Kovalam is considered to be the best among all. It is one of the most sought after destination and is visited by tourists from all the nook and corner of the globe. The soft sandy beaches and the excitement that one can treasure with beach tours in Kerala are truly indefinable. It is one of the most sought after destination and is visited by thousands of hundreds of tourists from all over the world.

Kerala tour is made more enjoyable and delightful by the exciting sightseeing spots. Munnar is the premier hill resort draped in the blanket of pure natural beauty and exciting sightseeing spots that make the tours more enjoyable and delightful. On Munnar tour one can visit to some of the exciting and alluring sightseeing spots including Attukal, Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Lake and Dam, Pothanmedu, Poopara, Devikulam, Mattupetty Indo Swiss Project, Attukal Waterfalls, etc. These are some of the excellent and alluring sightseeing spots that are worth to pay visit during Munnar tours.

Talking more about the excellent and alluring sightseeing spots, Kerala has gained has gained high importance in tourism with its excellent and alluring backwater destinations that are worth to visit and explore. Backwaters of Kerala are amazingly gifted by the nature and allow tourists to enjoy fascinating holidays with immense pleasure and delights.

Kumarakom in Kerala is one such tourism destination that attracts thousands of hundreds of tourists from all over the world. The land of amazingly natural beauty, backwater and bird sanctuary make the tour to Kumarakom more enjoyable and delightful. So choose the right and the tailor made package or consult with the leading Kerala tour operators and plan your holidays to make it ultimate and enjoyable. After all it’s Kerala the land of emerald green natural beauty. The real time happiness is all here.

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 tourism.

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