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Top 5 places to visit in Kerala

Kerala is the eternal place in the whole world to chill out. The land is enchanted with nature and beauty. To explain the nature of this small piece of green and blue land on this earth, there are not enough words. Everyone has to feel nature through this than by words. Not only for chill out, but also other activities are there to get enjoyed, the beauty in wholesome. Simply Kerala is called a god of nature as it could not be verbalized the beauty of its nature in words.

This land of emerald and sapphire combination serene cools your soul. As it is a place of backwaters, Coastal regions, Hills, Waterfalls, Dense forests, Lakes, People, rich heritage and culture, Festival, Seasons and so on, a gift of all in one place.

Vembanad Lake: A Honeymoon Destiny

Vembanad Lake is situated in Kerala which is the longest lake in India. It is located 60 km from Cochin. In the Kottayam district of Kerala, the place Kumarakom which is located on the bank of this lake is very much famous for its exotic lake villas. The backwater homestay will be a new experience in your life and that too with your loved ones will be amazing. The boathouse dwelling is highly private and safe for the new Weds. A perfect spot for a honeymoon to enjoy nature at its best in both ways!

Other placed to see around Vembanad are Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall, Brock bird sanctuary, Pathiramanal island and so on.

Best time to visit this place would be from November to March.

Thekkady: A Family Spot

Thekkady is located in the Idduki district of Kerala. This place is known well for the largest tiger-reserve, Periyar National Park, in India. Thekkady is best for many sight-seeing. The thick dense evergreen forest, semi-evergreen forest, wet deciduous forest and savanna grasslands are the landscape of this place. For the best jungle visit vacation, this place would be great! Hills are cool with scented fresh air at the altitude of about 800m from sea level. Bamboo rafting into the dense forest through a small water track is enjoyable. Thekkady Lake boat rides are pleasant and the lake is deep too. This place is also an elephant junction; other than this, lion-tailed macaques are famous too. Vegetation of pepper, coffee, tea and cardamom are done here in the best way as the weather suits in such a way.

Other places to visit in Thekkady are Gavi forest, Mudra Cultural Center, Chellarkovil Viewpoint, Mullaiperiyar Dam, Spice walk and so on.

Best time to visit this place would be from October to February. Another best time would be June to September, the monsoon time. In-between time is summer and there would be a rise in temperature.

 Athirapally Falls: Massive of Nature

Athirapally Falls is located in the Chalakudy Taluk of Thrissur district of Kerala. The Chalakudy River originates from the Western Ghats. This is the largest falls in Kerala of about 25 m height and named as “The Niagara of India”. Athirapally falls is surrounded by others falls like Vazhachal falls and thick evergreen forests. Wild animals are more as the forest is dense and unreachable by the human. The massive view of this waterfall will make you stun and is a breathtaking the beauty of attraction.

Other places to see near this place are Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Hindustan Spices and Herbals, Bhootathankettu, and few others.

Best time to visit this place would be from September to January. People avoid monsoon, as trekking to the falls would be a difficult one; but few people willing to go to get some thrilling experience.

Alappuzha: Festive Lovers – Nehru Trophy Race

This Alappuzha is best known for its Nehru Trophy Boat Race. People who need to activate their energy instantly can sure go and see this competition. A wonderful sport where held every year in the month of August 2nd Saturday. About 2-lakh people come to visit this festival each year, called Venice of East. On that day, the whole lake seems like a land of people. This boat race will be held on Punnamada Lake.

Other places to visit around this place would be the Krishnapuram Palace Museum, Samskrithy Center for Indian Performing Arts and more.

Best time to visit this place would be from November to February. Winter would be perfect with mild weather.

Munnar Hill Station for All Season

In Kerala state, Idduki district has comprised this Munnar hills. Munnar is at a height of about 1600 m from the sea level. It is a continuation of Western Ghats mountain range. The name “Munnar” explains the three (Munn) rivers (ar) Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundal. Wild animals like Elephant, gaur, Nilgiri langur, sambar deer, Nilgiri Thar, grizzled giant squirrel, etc. and birds like Nilgiri wood pigeon are seen here. Munnar is also a popular honeymoon spot for people in and around it. Climate is cool in all season and vegetation is mainly tea plants.

Other places to see around Munnar are Eravikulam National park, Anaimudi peak, Tea Museum, Mattupetty Dam and so on.

Best time to visit this place would be any time through the year but special at June to September as this time is the monsoon season in Munnar. Those who wish to enjoy the monsoon drizzling with lush green, try out!

Pack all your things to visit Kerala, to set yourself out of your busy life and get some fresh cool air and eye relaxing greens and blues. Kerala is not only best for the soul-refreshing but also for treating your physical body by providing Ayurvedic massages. This will relax you from both physical and emotional ties. Have a plan to visit this spellbinding land and get a lifelong unforgettable memory!

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