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Kerala Travel Guide - Kerala Tourist Attractions

Kerala, India

Several rivers, beaches, lakes, hill stations and quaint houseboats sailing in its backwaters dotted with gently waving palm trees, have made Kerala a topmost tourist destination in the world.  Adding to its many natural charms which include innumerable waterfalls and picnic spots, are the therapeutic spas, yoga and ayurvedic treatment it offers. 

Situated in the south-western part of the country, Kerala has the mighty Arabian Sea on its west while it is sheltered by the Western Ghats on its eastern side with tall mountains and deep valleys.  From here stem its 44 rivers.  The nature lovers will love the Kerala Holiday Package as they trek through heavily forested hills and valleys, or head to hill resorts which lend panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.  Popular destinations are Nelliyampathy where one can view the spectacular cloud-draped Nelliyampat mountain peak; Munnar, which is known for its natural beauty; Rajamala, another scenic hill resort near Munnar; Vellerimala with lush greenery, innumerable brooks and waterfalls making it an ideal spot for picnickers and trekkers; and, Pullumedu in Idduki, to reach which one has to sail through a river.

Tourists availing of the Kerala Holiday Package will find several splendid beaches hugging the coastline scattered all over Kerala, though the most famous is the Kovalam beach.  A stay in a houseboat is a favoured experience, as you sail in the placid backwaters through lush paddy fields and palm-tree lined coasts.  Alongside are Kerala’s variety of seafood and the popular toddy, as well as its spas.  Rich in flora and fauna, the state has hundreds of species of plants, birds and animals of which several are found only in this state.  There are several wildlife sanctuaries, including the famous Idukki, Periyar and Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuaries as well as the Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary and Parimbukkalam Tiger Reserve.

Discover Kerala through the Kerala Holiday Package by visiting the several museums in the state including a Tea museum in Munnar, a Numismatics museum, a Maritime museum, an Archaelogical museum, a Teak museum, an Indo-Portugese museum and its Art galleries.  Several churches and temples abound here, symbolic of its diversity, including the revered spot of Sabarimala, besides some cave temples and many ancient temples.

Kerala experiences a wet climate with plenty of rainfall due to both the south-west and north-east monsoons.  From mountains to valleys, rivers and plains, Kerala has endeared itself to tourists, making it one of the ‘must-see’ places in the world.  The land of the Indian classical dance forms of Kathakali and Mohiniattam; the ancient martial art of Kalaripayattu; and, the historic boat race where the boatmen sing of the eternal friendship between Krishna – the great king and Sudama – his poor friend, our Kerala Holiday Package will leave you with numerous endearing memories, making you want to come back for more.