Visit Enthralling Kerala in this Vacation

Southern part of India is indeed majestic! One you get laid in Kerala you would get to know what all south has in store. It is the perfect abode of both, mankind and nature that exist in harmony. This time explore this treasure trove of south India, which is a lot more than the backwater cruises and houseboat stays in Kumarkom and Alleppey. Offering a myriad of attractions to its visitors, a visit to Kerala would definitely turn out to be one of the best wholesome holiday experiences.

 Kerala-Backwater-Houseboat-Cruise

 

Apart from enjoying the unspoiled natural beauty of Kerala, do indulge yourself in an elephant ride and feel like an emperor. The state is well known for using elephants in colorful shades. Go for countryside ride or explore the lush green tea plantations atop an elephant, this entirely unique experience would always be there down the memory lane. For relaxing your mind, body and soul, Ayurveda massage in Kerala would be the perfect option to go for. Missing this divine experience would never complete your Kerala trip.

 Kerala

 

For adventure loving folks out there, Kerala is a complete package that they have been looking for. Watch out the rustic bullock race, hosted by the Malapurram district of Malabar. Nothing can get more animalistic than this jaw-dropping bullock race. Further, flying over the bewitching hills of Munnar is another adrenaline pumping activity you can try your hands on. Paragliding over the panoramic vistas of this serene hill station is definitely a lifetime experience. For trek India lovers, trekking to the famous Chembra peak in Wayanad would be a great idea! Reaching the top of this trek India location, you would get to see the pristine views of the valley.

 Traditional Dance Kerala

 

Do arts, music and dances fascinate you? If yes, then Kerala would prove to be a hidden gem for you as it is home to many rich dance forms. One such fabulous cultural dance is Mohiniyattam, celebrating the feminine form of life. Watching the attractive dancers performing so brilliantly with such amazing facial expressions is an out-of-the-world experience. These vacations explore the awe-inspiring beauty of South India and bring home some really good memories that you would cherish whole of your life.

The Best Trekking Trails in Kerala

Kerala or popularly renowned as the God’s own country is undoubtedly bestowed with the angelic natural beauty that would surely swipe your heart away. Seems like nature has taken a break in this southern state of India. Be it the majestic backwaters, pretty waterfalls or hiking along its lovely trails, the place is just a paradise for all those nature lovers out there. And for all the trek lovers, this treasure trove of South India has a lot in store. Here is our pick of the best 5 trekking trails in the scintillating Kerala.

 Chembra Peak

 Chembra Peak

 

Blessed with sublime natural beauty, Chembra Peak is one of the topmost choices of trekking enthusiasts seeking hiking trekking trails in Kerala. This 3 hours long trek can be viewed from any part of Wayanad. Though it is said to be a tough trek, the amazing aerial view of Wayanad once you reach the top of the peak is incomparable to any other experience.

Munnar

Munnar

 

Bounded in the lap of Kerala is the breathtakingly beautiful hill station Munnar. Perched high at an altitude of 2,695m above the sea level this is an ideal hiking trekking spot in the state. Trekkers would love to traverse through the alluring routes of Anamudi Hills, the highest peak in south India.

Chimmini

 Chimmini

 

For wildlife lovers, trekking along the outskirts of Chimmini wildlife sanctuary is the perfect way to trek while exploring the rich biodiversity. Birdwatchers, it would be a lifetime experience to view the amazing 160 different species of birds.

Pythal Mala

 Pythal Mala

 

Pythal Mala, a fascinating hill station nestled in the Kannur is yet another alluring trekking spot in Kerala. Home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, this hill station also boasts of its thrilling trekking trails. Covering the 6km trekking route to this hilltop would provide you with the most scenic vistas of Kappimala, a prominent plantation center.

Agastyarkoodam Peak

 Agastyarkoodam Peak

 

Here comes another exciting trekking spot in the state of Kerala, Agastyarkoodam Peak. It is known to be the second highest peak in the state and is situated in the gorgeous Thiruvanthapuram. Once you would reach atop of the peak, you would be just mesmerized by the fabulous view of Arabian Sea on one side and wonderful mountains standing tall on the other end.

 

 

 

 

Explore the Pristine Beauty of Kerala Backwaters

Let the beautiful state of Kerala take your breath away in this vacation! Your exciting journey of unfolding the mysteries of the great India would remain incomplete without paying a visit to this exceptionally aromatic and colorful state of Kerala. With its mesmerizing sights of lush green valleys covered with coffee and tea plantations, Kerala tour would just make you go head over heels for this place.

 Kerala Backwaters

 

One of the most leading tourist spots in this South Indian state that has emerged a lot over some time is Kerala Backwaters. Spanning across an area of more than 1500 km, this clear network of lakes, canals, rivers and lakes in the state would just bring you to a world that presents a totally different picture. And yes, Kerala Backwaters is undoubtedly counted amongst the topmost attractions of India. Here is our pick of the most popular Kerala Backwaters worth paying a visit to.

 

Kerala

Alleppey Backwaters

Alleppey Backwaters or call it Alappuzha Backwaters, it is one of the most unique backwater sites in the state. With Arabian Sea splashing it, this backwater is linked with numerous bridges and canals accounting it as one of the liveliest backwater cruise destinations in Kerala.

Alleppey Backwaters

 

Kochi Backwaters

Kochi Backwaters is renowned as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea” and is known to be one of the natural harbors worldwide. Either you take up a ferry ride or go for a simple cruise for moving around the man-made islands, stay assured for experiencing the best time here.

Kochi Backwaters

 

Kuttanad Backwaters

Nestled between the hills and vast sea, Kuttanad Backwaters offers an exciting maze of waterways including lakes, rivers and canals. The thick tropical greenery lined along the banks of the waters provides you a glimpse of rural lifestyles of Kerala.

 

Kuttanad Backwaters

 

Kollam Backwaters

Yet another fascinating gem of Kerala Backwaters’ wealth is the popular Kollam Backwaters. Stretching from the Ashthamudi Lake to the Alappuzha, the backwaters around Kollam make their way for the longest backwater cruises in the state of Kerala.

 

Kollam Backwaters

 

With such panoramic sites, Kerala Backwaters deserve to be known as the leading tourist attractions of India. So, get ready to explore the exotic locations of south India this time as the great natural backdrops await you in Kerala!