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Visit Green Paradise -Kerala and discover its unfathomable attractions

By Abhay Kumar Subscribe to RSS | February 3rd 2012 | Views:

If you are planning for vacations and looking for an exotic holidaying destination then look no further than Kerala, one of the most sought after tourist destination located at south-western part of India. Nature has gifted Kerala with such amazing attractions which never fail to lure the heart of any individual and persuade them to visit there all the year round. Whatever you are planning for be it honeymoon, family trip, business or whether you simply wish to spend your vacations in the lap of mother-nature, it never disappoints to anyone. Globally known God’s Own Country and recently crowned as one of the ten paradises in the world, Kerala is an ideal holidaying place for those who wish to spend their vacations in the lap of mother-nature.

Every year from every part of the world, people visit this state just to gaze the numerous colors of nature. Some of the best attractions that can be explored through any holiday packages include backwater houseboat cruise, hill stations tour, beach tour, and thrilling wildlife safari takes tourists through some incredible attractions.

Apart from its natural attractions and amazing destinations like the queen of Arabian Sea Cochin, the capital city Trivandrum, Wayanad, Kottayam and etc, it is equally popular for its incredible culture, exotic food, warm friendly people and excellent hotels and resorts.

Besides all the Kerala tourist places if there is anything which tempts tourists most then it’s incredible culture which is still virgin and still untouched by any kind of modernity. The year in Kerala is filled with colorful festivals and celebrations celebrated with great enthusiasm by the Keralatie’s. Among numerous big celebrations like Onam, Christmas, National Snake boat race is very popular among visitors tempts tourists from every nook and corner of the world. Celebrated in the memory of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, National snake boat race yearly conducted during the time of harvesting is one of the major festivals in Kerala gather thousands of tourists from every nook and corner of the world.

No wonder but being a tropical state Kerala is bestowed with innumerable refreshing hill stations considered an ideal place to visit away from hustle bustle of life. Among numerous hill stations Munnar is one of the finest hill stations lovingly called Kashmir of south. Picturesque landscapes, singing waterfalls, exotic wildlife parks, trekking trails, vast tea gardens and several colonial bungalows built famous for their magnificent architecture, makes Munnar stunning and amazing. Some of the best attractions that can be explore in and around Munnar are Devikulam, Attulkal, Echo-Point, Eravikulam National Park and many more.

Backwaters are the other attractions to visit in Kerala famous for its picturesque beauty and tranquility. Several rivers, lakes, inlets and lagoons team up together and forms the breathtaking locale that can be explored through country’s houseboats also known as Kettuvallams in traditional language gives all the luxuries to the visitors.

A voyage of God’s Own Country would not be completed unless you do not explore Kerala beaches, which are simply extraordinary. If you are looking for a perfect blend of sea, sun and sand then must head to its beaches. Alappuzha, Bekal, Beypore, Cherai, Fort Kochi, Kappil and etc are the few beach destinations of Kerala.

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 beaches and Kerala tourism.

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