8 Reasons To Visit Kerala

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8 Reasons To Visit Kerala

Kerala has attracted explorers and travelers from all around the globe for centuries, and they have been drawn to this part of South India by spices. There are now many reasons to go to captivating Kerala from the stunning landscapes and wildlife, delicious food, and of course, the most captivating ingredient that travelers meet when they visit Kerala warmth – Kerala’s Indian welcoming hospitality as well as the smiles and warm welcome that last for a long time when you leave Kerala’s idyllic beaches.

  • Cruise the Backwaters in a Houseboat

The Kerala backwaters are among the most stunning waterways on earth, and having a few days of cruising the backwaters aboard the traditional houseboat made similar to an old-fashioned Rice barge undoubtedly a must-do experience thing during Kerala Tour. As you move along the backwaters, take in the fading days while you observe life carry along as it has for centuries beneath the shade of a beautiful Emerald palm tree. Take a break as the days drift by, and watch fishers cruise by in tiny canoes and revel in the peace, beauty, and tranquility that is not found anywhere else in India while being captivated by the beauty and nature of these incredible waterways.

  • Explore the multi-cultural background of Fort Cochin

Kochi, also known as Cochin, is Kerala’s oldest and fascinating city. The spice trade, first with the Arabs and Chinese and later with Europeans, brought trade, culture exchange, and prosperity to this vital Arabian seaport. There is still evidence of the cultural and historical influences in the city and shop for handicrafts, spices, and other items in the quaint streets in Jew Town, visit the oldest Synagogue in the Commonwealth and marvel at the Ramayana murals that line on the wall of Mattancherry which is also known as Dutch Palace. Take a stroll along the waterfront at sunset and observe the Chinese fishing nets operating, which are among Kerala’s best famous scenes.

  • Laze on Tropical Beaches

The tropical, lush Kerala has some beautiful beaches. The best ones are Kovalam (close to Trivandrum), Varkala, and Cherai Beach (close to Kochi). Enjoy a relaxing time as the days fade into one, the sun baking and cooling off in the clear waters. Take a bite of fresh seafood, and watch stunning sunsets across the Arabian Sea.

  • Get Refreshed in a Hill Station

When the climate in the south is getting too humid and hot for you, head for the hills, and you will be rewarded with cool, fresh air and spectacular landscapes. One of the most sought-after cities in Munnar and well-founded reasons, the mountains are covered in a million shades of green. I could not be enough of the stunning views of these Tea plantations. There is also The Tata Tea Museum for a chance to discover how tea was made throughout the ages since colonial times. And it is a must to have some tea or two during your stay in Munnar.

  • Search for Wildlife

Nature has truly been blessed in Kerala from to the gills. The national parks are protected areas home to some fantastic wildlife. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of it. Try Periyar to see tigers and leopards, and Wayanad is among the best spots to spot animals in their natural habitat! It’s also incredibly unspoiled, and some say it’s the most stunning part of Kerala. All across Kerala, keep an eye out for playful monkeys and beautiful peacocks.

  • Watch a Kathakali Show

Kerala’s dance tradition is a tradition that dates back to the 17 16th century and is just as charming as it is original. Be prepared to be awed by the extravagant and colorful make-up costumes, costumes, and striking facial expressions accompanying the live music to make for an unforgettable experience. Do not leave Kerala without attending a Kathakali show.

  • Embrace Ayurveda

Due to the abundance of medicinal and spice plants, Kerala is known as the birthplace of Ayurveda, an ancient, natural healing practice that has been practiced in India for more than 5500 years. It’s similar to the therapeutic side of yoga and involves intricate treatments to treat many complicated issues. Most people simply enjoy an enjoyable Ayurvedic massage in a spa or hotel.

  • Try Kerala’s Cuisine

Foods in Kerala are sure to take benefit of Kerala’s bounty of spices and the proximity to the coastline. Many dishes are hot and spicy, and you must try classic seafood mole ( spicy yellow curry of fish) as well as a traditional vegetarian dish that is served on a banana leaf with a delicious array of flavors of curries rice, and chutneys. It’s a lot of enjoyable to take it on the traditional way using your hands! Also, try delicious fluffy pancakes like Appams and Toddy, an alcoholic drink made from coconut palms, and even more enjoyable if you spot the person climbing up the tree to do tapping the toddy.


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