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IN Travel & Adventure ON 11 Mar, 2015
Coconuts, backwaters, elephants, along with the most beautiful views of beaches, and tea leaves filled hills. This is Kerala!
The land of mesmerizing beauty is all set to welcome you with the most picturesque sights.
Popularly known as God's own country, Kerala is so much more than just being a tourist spot. Much of it is still unexplored, and most of the famous places in the state are very well preserved by the local people. It is the perfect getaway destination and trust me Kerala's breathtaking views, and greenery will surely fill the air around with love!
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Topping the list of incredible places to visit in Kerala, Alleppey has some of the most beautiful backwaters in the World. Quoted as the Venice of the East, the houseboats at Alleppey have their own charm.
Being home to the Port of Kochi, Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard, Kochi Marine Drive and Harbor will leave you spellbind with its alluring sights. Fort Kochi is a relaxing place to take a stroll and appreciate the scenic beauty.
Situated at the confluence of three rivers, this hill station in Kerala is famous for tea plantations. With some of the most breathtaking views, the dense forests, green valleys and the breeze makes Munnar a perfect place to be with your loved one.
Located in Idukki district of Kerala, Thekaddy is home to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Spread across 300 square miles, Periyar harbors some of the rare species of elephants, sambar, tigers and Nilgiri langurs. Adventure activities like bamboo rafting, wildlife train, border hiking, rock climbing can also be enjoyed here.
This marvelous temple of South India displays some of the most fantastic works of stone. The antiquity and historical importance of this holy place make it a sure shot destination to visit.
With the greenery all around, this place is best explored on two wheels. Offering a spectacular view of Palakkad Gap of Western Ghats, Nelliyampathy is filled with privately owned hotels and resorts.
A walk by the coast with the waves of roaring sea hitting the walls of the Bekal Fort will fill your day with joy.
Listed as one of the must-see places in the world by the National Geographic, Kumarakom is a home to various migratory birds. With a necklace formed by coconut palms, mangrove forests and temples at Kumarakom are certainly not to be missed.
This beach is all about enjoying the leisure time besides clean blue water and black rocks. Some of the most delicious seafood in the country can be found here. Also, you can totally pamper yourself at beach side spas and Ayurveda center.
The view at the Tusharagiri waterfalls will take your breath away.Trekking and climbing the hills along the pristine dense forests is one adventure you should not miss at Kerala.
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