Kerala- God’s Own Country, thinking of making a trip to the place itself gives you goose bumps. India travel Kerala is an adventure of life time. You have seen the picturesque state and its varied beauty on the internet, books, and magazines. But, plan it this season with your family or partner and take them on a memorable journey. The Kerala experience is of the backwaters, houseboats, and the extensive range of beaches. Further, the homestays in Kerala offers a homely accommodation with food for tourists.
Reaching Kerala is neither a difficult thing for you. It has good accessibility with Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and West Bengal. Kochi and Trivandrum remains two major gateways to the state via air and train. Bus services are available from Bangalore, Mangalore, and Hyderabad.
A growing medical tourism hub, the state has in store for you multiple wonders beginning with the houseboats in Kumarakom, Kottayam, and Alleppy. It will take you to the Munnar hills and the splendid region of Periyar. It is true that night life goers will feel little disappointed with Kerala really not having a vibrant night culture except in parts of Kochi and Trivandrum. But, you will abundant rural life to compensate for your leisure hours. Book your own boat in Kumarakom to enjoy the backwaters until dusk or chill out at a spa centre. Kerala has some of the hottest spa treatment centres in the country.
For family trips, the national parks, ecotourism in Periyar, and the houseboats are real entertainment. To enjoy rather ethnic serenity, visit during the Kerala Village Fair Thekkady has some awesome rubber and spice plantations. The misty mornings here gives you an unclear view of the bright-colored flowers, yet as the day turns sunny, you see wonders. The violet, orange, and yellow hill flowers complement the even yellow sun-filled sky.
For detailed information on Kerala travel see Holidays in Kerala
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