God’s Own Country, Kerala, is a travel destination when it comes to finding a place that balances vacation with unwinding and peacefulness experience.
Features like tranquil beaches, waterfalls, stunning backwaters, majestic hill stations, a wide range of biodiversity, exotic art forms, lush greenery, delicious cuisines, lush greenery, rich heritage, architectural splendour, and a lot more. Kerala is one of the few tourist destinations in India which could be visited round the year irrespective of the season. Whereas during summer, there are dense forests and hill stations, in the winter one could go travel the rich cultural and architectural patrimony of the state. Below is a list of places that you should visit:
Mannarasala Sri Nagaraja Temple
MannarassalaSreeNagaraja Temple is a very old and globally known center of pilgrimage for the believers of serpent gods. The temple is established about three kilometers to the southeast of the bus station in N.H.47 at Haripad, in Alleppey region of Kerala. Haripad, a culturally famous ancient town with the prominent role in the history of Central Travancore, is rich with its towering coconut palms, beautiful green paddy fields and serene environment of the adjacent hamlets.
Nature Walk in Periyar Tiger Reserve Thekkady
If you enjoy wildlife then Thekkady is one of the best places in Kerala to enjoy wildlife and hence its an ideal destination for any tourist visiting Kerala. From the great Indian elephant to the Great Indian Tiger, this place has it all. Elephants, boars, Deers, bisons and lion-tailed macaques are a frequent sight in the reservoir area. Though, Nature Walk or Periyar Green Walk is an interpretive sandal protection trekking program giving an excellent chance of watching birds, butterflies, and other wildlife through the 4-5 km 3-hours walk.
Chinnar Wild Life Sanctuary
The Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the rain shadow region of Western Ghats of Kerala and represents a large variety of plants and animals unique to the spiny vegetation.
The highest peak (2695 m) in the south of the Himalayas, mounts over the sanctuary in majestic pride. The grades of the hills swarm in all kinds of extraordinary flora and fauna.The Atlas moth, the biggest of its kind in the world, is a sole inhabitant of the park. Other rare kinds of fauna found here are the the lion-tailed macaque, NilgiriLangur, tigers, leopards, etc.
Varkala beach newly added to Kerala best places to visit is a nice place particularly for those who love the sun, sand, outdoors and Kerala food. One of those beaches which have been maintained clean and have the most breath-taking scenes particularly during sunrise and sunset.
It is a beach town located on the Arabian Sea around 16 km from Thiruvananthapuram city, Kerala. It is the paradise of the south and said to be one of the best places to stay in Kerala. Kovalam means a copse of coconut trees and true to its name the village offers an infinite sight of coconut trees. Kovalam has three beaches parted by rocky outcroppings in its 17 km coastline.