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In the South Part of India, this state has always been the most serenely attractive place for the most of the travelers. The landscapes depict the shape of a perfectly
slim coastal strip on the map, covering almost 600 kilometers of beaches and coast near the magnificent Arabian Sea. The state is known for its huge network of
beautiful backwater along with pleasant aroma of spices and heavily covered hills with tea at the Western Ghats.
As soon as you enter this beautiful piece of soul-quenching land, the greenery will slow down your pace, so that you can enjoy a laid-back vacation. Kerala truly has
everything that can make your dream vacations come true, as if the swathe has actually passed against the “magic mirror” and transformed into a more buoyant area. The
state is away from all the frenzies of the world, resting in its own original state, giving its visitor a perfect example of natural beauty, round the year.
The Kerala tour packages cover many things other than the Kerala tourism; it even helps you in getting to know the state, profoundly. Other than its world renowned
backwater, the state is famous for many other things, such as ayurvedic treatments, stylish houseboats, delicious cuisines, flavored spices, etc.
No matter how young you are or how old you have got, booking Kerala holiday packages will never disappoint you. The state offers amazing wildlife experiences to the
young learning minds; they can explore the exotic birds, wild elephants and odd tigers while the adults can participate at the snake-boat races or enjoy the
traditional Kathakali plays at the temple festivals. The state festivals bring all the cities and even the smallest rural communities together. So, book your Kerala
tour packages now only to avail the best deals and to enjoy the beauty of this state – Kerala “The God’s Own Country”!
Here’s is a shortlist of places that you must visit while in Kerala –
● Wayanand Wildlife Sanctuary - It is a beautiful animal sanctuary located in the district of Wayanad. It is one of the best places to
enjoy the wildlife experience of South India which is why it is included in all of the best tour packages for Kerala. The visitors can enjoy a jeep safari ride with
trained guides; the complete tour is of two hours.
Being rich in bio-diversity, this place is a very important tourist spot in Kerala. Animals like deer’s, elephants, wild bear, tiger, cheetah, Bison; etc can be easily
spotted here. You can even enjoy the elephant rides that are arranged on special request by the Forest Management Department.
● The Paradesi Synagogue – The Kerala holiday packages are said to be incomplete without including this place in it. The Paradesi
Synagogue is the only active one in the entire state in the current times. Today, it has developed into a major tourist attraction. You can visit here at any day of
the week, except for Fridays and Saturdays.
You can stroll by the site, by your own by paying a small fee. It is an interesting place for the people on family holidays, as you get to explore something new with
your spouse and kids. It was originally constructed in the year 1568 and was rebuilt by the Dutch in 1664. The site features an elaborate gold platform along with
fancy chandeliers, thus, this place is a great site for the history lovers.
● Athirapally Waterfalls – These are one of the most beautiful waterfalls in our country and is a very important tourist spot in Kerala,
which is why, these are included in almost all South India tour packages. You can plan a week tour to Munnar, Coimbatore and Kochi, and take some time out to spend a
day at this site to enjoy the wonderful waterfalls at the Chalakudy River in the Thrissur district situated at the entrance of very famous Sholayar hill ranges. The
waterfalls drop through many streams, running parallel to each other situated at a height of 80 feet offering a magnificent scenic beauty to its visitors.
During monsoons, the place is compared to Niagara Falls. Thus, it is the biggest waterfall in the entire state and is one of the top-most visited places in Kerala. The
travelers can climb up to the top of the falls in 15 minutes and enjoy impressive views of the waterfall & hills. Trekking in this area is very common along with
enjoying swimming in the streams. The water from the stream further falls into the Arabian Sea. You can even visit the nearby Athirapally Forest to spot animals like
lion tailed macaque, Asiatic elephant, Malabar pied hornbill, leopards, etc.
● Sabarimala – It is a prominent Hindu Pilgrimage Site in Kerala as well as in the country. It is dedicated to the God Ayyappan. It is
one of the most visited holy sites in the world that is why all the best tour packages for Kerala for adults include this pilgrim center on their list to visit. Every
years, over 50 millions of devotees visit this pilgrim center from different parts of the world, this is why, more and more tour operators offer the cheapest Kerala
tour packages to visit Sabarimala and other holy sites for Indian as well as international visitors.
Being five thousand years old, it is one of the ancient temples of India. It is situated in the middle of eighteen beautiful hills. The main season for pilgrimage
starts from November to January (the temple stays close for the rest of the year.) The most celebrated occasion here in the Makara Jyothi that appears on January 14th.
The temple has no restrictions of religion and caste. So, the historical monument lovers can take a stroll and click pictures, without any trouble. You can even enjoy
trekking while reaching the temple.
● Thiruvananthapuram – It is also known as Trivandrum, being the capital city of the state, it is a must to be included in almost all of
the best tour packages for Kerala. It is located between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats. Most of the buildings in the capital display the regal lifestyle of the
times of the Travancore Kings. The city is known for its beaches such as Kovalam, backwaters, historical monuments, lakes, mountain ranges and a lot more.
Kowdiar Palace, Napier Museum, Padmanabha Swamy Temple, St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Happyland Amusement Park, Thiruvananthapuram zoo, etc are some of the interesting and
best places to visit in Kerala (when you are in its capital city – Trivandrum).
To give yourself a better chance to explore the best on a trip to South-west part of India, here is a quick list of things to do in Kerala –
● Checkout the plantation – Yes, go-ahead and explore the greenery, from the grounds of tea to the garden of aromatic spices. Devote an
afternoon to go around and encounter the Periyar Plantation fields, full of ginger, cinnamon, tea and cardamom.
● Time for the cruise – If it’s Kerala then coming back without cruising is not possible! The most popular attraction in Kerala is
traveling on a beautiful houseboat over the backwaters. It encounters you with an unforgettable and pleasant experience, which is why almost all
Kerala honeymoon packages include this activity as the most exciting thing to do in this region.
Imagine getting departed on a lovely boat with your partner on your side; it’s your perfect chance to enjoy the best laid-back cruise experience. You can spot the
local life and exotic birds, as you travel on the state’s waterways, with your lover.
● Checkout the Fort Kochi – It is a historical monument, where you can still explore the marks of magnificence and heritage. Here,
you’ll be stunned by looking at everything from royal colonial mansions to impressive Portuguese churches. Try to visit this site during the sunset to get the best
pictures of the colorful sky and fishing nets.
● Taste of Culture – You can save a night to explore the rich culture of the state by watching a Kathakali show at the very famous
Kerala Kathakali Centre. This traditional event displays incredible dance performances, costumes, makeup and vibrant colors.
● Look at the birds – Kerala provides a home to hundreds of bird species as it is one of most popular birding states in India. Going for
bird watching is the best way to explore the wildlife, natural ambience and landscapes of the State. The best place for this activity is the well renowned Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
● Hiking! – Along with being famous for its scenic beauty, the State is a great place for adventure lovers, as well. You can enjoy impressive trek experiences at Munnar.
Conclusion - August to February is the best time to visit Kerala, when the climate is comfortable and cool. Plus, you can even enjoy the monsoons, during this period. Being well connected by sea, air, road and rail, the question of how to reach Kerala is not a big deal, for travelers, nowadays.
Therefore, these are some of the things that you must keep in your mind while planning a trip to Kerala. Hope, the above information will help you in making your trip, easier and better.
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