• Alappuzha

    Alappuzha, or Alleppey is known for its exotic backwater. Alappuzha is extremely famous for its annual boat race that is enjoyed by thousands of travelers from all over the country and world. It is the headquarters of Kerala's coir industry and a well-known place for the processing of cashew nuts. Alappuzha has numerous places of tourist attractions that include Alppuzha Beach, Pathiramanal, Kuttanad, Sea view Park, and many more.

  • Cherai

    The lovely beach bordering the Vypeen Island is ideal for swimming. The sea on the Western side and the backwaters on the East give this upcoming tourist destination a uniqueness, which can be found only in Kerala. Thick coconut groves and Chinese fishing nets on the waterfront are added attractions.

  • Cochin

    Cochin, or Kochi is the Queen of the Arabian Sea and is situated on the western coast of India in the lap of nature- Kerala. Also regarded as the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala, Cochin is attracting a large number of travelers from all over the world. It is appreciated for numerous tourist destinations that include Bolghatty Palace, Chinese Fishing Nets, Dutch Palace, Fort Kochi beach, Hill Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary, Museum of Kerala History, Palliport (Pallipuram) Fort, Parikshith Thampuram Museum, St. Francis Church, etc.

  • Kovalam

    Paradise of South- Kovalam beach is a very famous beach in Kerala. It is one of the best beaches in India. This amazing beach affords facilities for safe sea bath because of its natural location. One can take pleasure in various leisure activities at Kovalam beach that include sea bathing, sunbathing, swimming, catamaran cruising, herbal body toning massages, special cultural programs, and many more.

  • Kozhikode

    Kozhikode is a town in Kerala that is famed for its boat-building yard, timber industry and historic temples & churches. It has become a popular destination because of its serene beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, rivers, hills, unique culture, historic sites and warm ambience. Some of the famous places of tourist attractions include Tali Temple, Kappad, Pazhassiraja Museum, Beypore, Vadakara, and many more. The best time to visit Kozhikode is between October and March.

  • Kumarakom

    Kumarakom village in Kerala is a group of little islands on the Vembanad Lake. A popular bird sanctuary present here is spread across 14 acres land and is regarded as an ornithologist's paradise. Birds like Teal, Waterfowl, Cuckoo, Wild Duck, Siberian Stork, etc. are sure to charm the visitors. A boat trip round the Kumarakom is the best way to watch the birds. Various kinds of leisure activities can be experienced in this backwater destination. Boating, fishing, etc. can be enjoyed to the fullest here in Kumarakom.

  • Munnar

    A major center for tea trade in Kerala, Munnar is a popular hill station. It is surrounded by almost 30 tea gardens that make this place amazingly beautiful. Rare Neelakurunji plant covers the hills around Munnar that present a picturesque view. When the flowers bloom, then the entire mountain range looks wonderful. Munnar is a place of numerous tourist attractions, such as Mattupetti, Lock Heart Gap, Devikulam, Eravikulam National Park, Rajamala, Chithirapuram, Nyayamakad, and many more.

  • Periyar

    Periyar in Kerala is known for its rich wildlife that includes animals like Mouse Deer, Nilgiri Tahr, Sambar, Barking Deer, Porcupine, Lion Tailed Macaque, Tiger, Wild Dog, Malabar Squirrel and Sloth Bear. This is a perfect place for bird watchers as well. Birds like Whistling Thrush, Flycatcher, Hornbill, Blue Winged Parakeet and Water Birds can be seen here. The ideal time to visit Periyar is between the months of December and May.

  • Poovar Beach

    Unexplored Poovar Beach, surrounded by the most tranquil backwaters is like a heaven for tourists, who want to see the best beaches. It is appreciated for its pristine and untouched beauty. If you love solitude, then Poovar Beach is the best destination for you. Blue sky, golden sky and calm water make Poovar Beach an astounding place to see. When in Kerala, don't forget to visit this famous tourist attraction.

  • Trivandrum

    Trivandrum, also known as Thiruvananthapuram, is the perfect combination of ancient traditions and modern outlook. Beautiful palm trees, wafting aromas of coffee, spices & coconuts and pleasant climate contribute to the fabulous splendor of Trivandrum. Ayurvedic massages here are very popular among people from all over the world. They give you pleasure and take away your pain. Famous tourist attractions in Trivandrum include Government Art Museum, Puttan Malika Palace Museum, Sree Chitra Art Gallery, Indian School of Martial Arts (ISMA) and Kovalam Beach.

  • Vagamon

    Vagamon, a tiny plantation township in Central Travancore, Vagamon has an overtone of green with a never-ending line of lush green hills, breathtaking ravines and meandering rivulets. A perfect tourist place situated 1200 meters above the sea level spot surrounded by the greenery of tea garden. Fresh cool air, murmuring Pine forest, small waterfalls, attractive meadows inviting you to vagamon

  • Wayanad

    In Kerala, Wayanad has the largest number of tribal settlements. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. It is an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and is extensively rich in bio-diversity. Wayanad Sanctuary was established with the foremost objective of conservation of biological heritage of the region. Other tourist attractions include Pookat Lake, Kuruvadweep, Thirunelly Temple, Pazhassi tomb, Edakkal Caves, Lakkidi, The Glass Temple of Kottamunda, Boy's Town and Chembra Peak.

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