Why people love traveling to Kerala

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God’s Own Country– Kerala, a state situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of southwestern India, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.

Today Kerala has been selected by the National Geographic Traveler as one of the thirteen paradises on the earth. An equable climate, beautiful and serene beaches, peaceful stretch of backwaters and canals, exotic wildlife and lush green hill stations are some of the main attractions of Kerala which make a wonderful place to visit.

It is without doubt one of the most beautiful places on earth and that’s why it is known as’Gods Own Country’. From the stunning beaches along the Malabar Coast to the maze of backwater canals cutting through huge rice fields to the glorious rolling hillside tea plantations in the Western Ghats, Kerala’s landscapes are almost as diverse as its people and the culture and history of the people of Kerala is a major factor in attracting the tourists. If you are planning to visit Kerala, here is a selection of the best places to visit in Kerala curated by the holiday experts Iris Holidays

Kerala , is one of the most awesome tourist locations in the world and that’s why it is known as ‘Gods Own Country’.Kerala has some of the best destinations in the world for any type family vacation or holiday or honeymoon. Tourist Places in Kerala is an amalgamation of rich cultures, traditions and folk dances and is also the land of elephants, coconuts, backwaters and unique local cuisine.

From the awesome seashores along the Malabar Shore to the labyrinth of backwater pathways in Alleppey and Kumarakom to the fantastic verdant hillside tea gardens in Munnar, Kerala’s scenery are almost as different and unique as its individuals and the lifestyle and record of the individuals of Kerala is a significant component in gaining the visitors from all over the world.

If you are preparing to check out Kerala, here is a selection of the Top 15 places to visit in Kerala curated by the expert holiday professionals in Iris Holidays.

 

Kerala Backwaters  

Backwaters in Kerala is a network of 1500 km of canals both manmade and natural, 38 rivers and 5 big lakes extending from one end of Kerala to the other.

Backwaters is one of the major tourism product of Kerala, being unique to the state. Traditionally used as one of the main transportation alleys, today backwaters offer a rejuvenating experience for tourists visiting Kerala.

The backwaters can be explored by hiring a boat for one or several days. If you go for more than a day, the boat usually comes with a navigator and a cook, which provide you with various facilities when exploring the backwaters

Standing by the sea, watch the sun make date with the dawn. Reconnect yourself with the backwaters of Kerala. There has always been some soothing power in the waves of the Sea. Lavish coastline, serene land, awesome weather with a coconut in hand, Kerala backwaters are surely one of its kind. Visitors love visiting the forts, the spice plantations, the hill stations, the wildlife or bird sanctuaries and not to forget the backwaters.Thrillophilia recommends you to take a feel of every aspect of nature be it land, water, mountains, the clouds, the sun, everything will make you feel at the 7th heaven. Thrillophilia has listed down some of the best places to see when on Kerala backwater tour.

Alleppey Backwaters 

Alleppey backwaters Kerala one of the most advance booking board .

Our Kerala bactwater tour provides an indulgence into The Venice of the East, alleppey backwaters is the first on the list with its serene and scenic backwaters and number of houseboats sailing over it. These houseboats provide an excellent opportunity to experience the charm of Kerala in every aspect. A host of boat races take place during the harvesting season. This is one of the few places in the world where harvesting is done below the sea level. Alleppey backwaters remains the favorite destination for tourists keen on exploring the backwaters of  India..

Best time to visit– Between September To march ( Monsoon deals are expensive)

 

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