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Kerala is the most popular state in South India. Wedged between the Western Ghats on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West, the narrow strip of land known as Kerala is a destination of a lifetime.Thiruvananthapuram serves as the capital of the state.
The timeless beauty of the palm fringed beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, the majesty of the undulating hills of Munnar and Vagamon, the serenity of the pristine backwaters of Kumarakom & Kuttanad and the enchanting woods and forests of Thekkady and Silent Valley will have you bowled over.
Also known as Gods Own Country Kerala is the favorite tourist spot of many Indian and foreign travelers.
Kerala over the years has evolved to become the hottest tourist place in India. Both domestic and foreign travelers flock to this beautiful place known as Gods own country to witness the charms of nature. Kerala Travel and Tourism offers Kerala travel packages, backwater tours, wildlife tours, hill Station tours, beach tours, heritage tours, houseboat cruises and hotel reservations. Characterized by undulating topography varied cultures, religious diversity, interesting history, ancient medical practices, numerous languages, distinct cuisine and captivating landscapes Kerala has it all. Synonymous with the backwaters Kerala is truly blessed in terms of natural beauty. The vibrant state offers something for everyone.
Kerala is probably one of the greenest places you will ever see. Kerala has got a lot of unique reasons to be called a paradise. A pleasant climate, sun kissed beaches, backwaters, hill stations, exotic wildlife, breathtaking waterfalls, Ayurvedic health holidays, enchanting art forms, magical festivals lot more.Traveler's come to see Kerala's wildlife sanctuaries, historic cities and temples. Stressed out urban dwellers rejuvenate themselves at the ayurveda spas and resorts in Kerala.
Exploring the temples and monuments of Kerala is another major tourist attraction in this state. Bekal Fort, Edakkal Caves, Guruvayoor Temple and Napier Museum are some of the places of interest that deserve visits by the tourists.
Top tourist destinations in Kerala
From historical to natural attractions, the diversity of Kerala lies not alone in its landscape but also in places of interest. A wildlife lover would opt for the forest of Periyar while the scenic calmness impresses a honeymooner in Kumarakom. Seafood lovers are on a voyage to the interiors of the state from Alappuzha.
Kumarakom: Located in the Kottayam district, Kumarakom is around 14 km from central Kottayam bus stand. The longest stretch of backwaters is from Kottayam to the Vembanad Lake, offering amazing ambience to the tourists. The bird sanctuary here is spread across 14 acres and a natural habitat for migratory birds. At any given time during the peak season, couples who love the houseboat rides and the other day-night boat trips throng the place. There is government of Kerala ferry services as well for a complete expedition of the backwaters. Kumarakom is known also for the posh hotels and luxury resorts located close to the backwaters strip.
Kovalam: Kovalam is another backwater sites full of coconut groves and lovely resorts. Located on the southern tip of the place, Kovalam is a combination of three prominent beaches. A popular destination for foreigners, the place is also the anglers retreat. Fishing activities take place during the early mornings and you see the anglers boats lined up daytime.
Munnar: Munnar is the only hill station of Kerala offering picturesque landscape view to th tourists. Once you visit Munnar, you are stunned by the welcoming climate, blooming flowers on the hillside, and miles of valley slopes. The Devan hills have large tea estates, rubber plantations, forests, and national parks. For a traveler interested in adventurous activities, the mountainous slopes are ideal.
Alleppey: Alleppey is a famed place for backwater tourism and the Nehru Boat Race that takes place annually here. During this time, there are several coming to the state for the entertainment. You have the huge rowing boats and strong men competing for a presigious trophy. From the Alappuzha beach, you can travel to the district to see the other attractions of Kerala like the Krishnapuram Palace a trip of just 47 km. There is also the Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple and the Pathiramanal Island.
Dance Forms of Kerala
Kathakali: Kathakali is one of the world-renowned dance forms of Kerala. Kathakali literally means, "story-play". Kathakali is some 300 years old but its roots go back almost 1500 years. Kathakali draws from almost every type of formalized dance, drama and martial arts. A number of its elements and choreography have been influenced by the 9th century art of Kuttiyattam, the only surviving form of Sanskrit theatre. Despite the inroads of modern theatre, cinema and television, Kathakali, continues to attract enthusiastic audiences in and outside Kerala.
Mohiniattam: Mohiniattam is one of the major classical dance styles of India. Mohiniattam from Kerala is perhaps one of the most graceful dances and totally identifies with the green environment; gentle singing of the palm trees and the calm ocean waters of Kerala. Kerala has always preserved all traditional arts and the people of the state consider it an integral part of everyday life.
RITKR01 - 4 Night / 5 Days: 2 Nights Munnar, 1 Night Thekkady and 1 Night Alleppey
RITKR01 - 5 Night / 6 Days: 1 Night Cochin, 2 Nights Munnar, 1 Night Thekkady and 1 Night Alleppey
RITKR02 - 6 Night / 7 Days: 1 Night Cochin, 2 Nights Munnar, 2 Night Thekkady and 1 Night Alleppey
RITKR03 - 7 Night / 8 Days: 1 Night Cochin, 2 Nights Munnar, 1 Night Thekkady, 1 Night Alleppey, 1 Night Kanyakumari and 1 Night Trivandrum
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