Kerala is located on the tropical southwestern coast of India. The art and architecture, Ayurveda and spa, verdant hill stations, palm-fringed backwaters, breathtakingly beautiful beaches, abundant wildlife, world-class hotels, and gracious hospitality make. Kerala one of the most popular destinations in South India. So it isn't surprising that Kerala has been rated one of the 50 Places in the World to Visit in a Lifetime by National Geographic Traveler.
List of Tourist Attractions in Kerala
Kochi (Cochin), Visit the wonderful port city of Kochi to experience its lively fusion of sights and cultures. A web of bridges and boats connects Kochi, a fascinating port city, to Kerala's mainland via a maze of islands and peninsulas.
Thiruvananthapuram, Every year, a sizable number of devotees go to the temple. It is well-known for its magnificent architecture, historical relevance, and religious significance. For beach lovers, Thiruvananthapuram is a heaven. Beaches beyond the city, notably those at Kovalam and Shanghumugham, are well-known worldwide.
Kovalam The community is renowned for its three spotless beaches, which merge into a stunning rocky crescent with shallow waves that are sea green. Kovalam is also affectionately referred to as the "grove of coconut trees" because of the coconut trees that flank the village and further decorate it.
Alleppey. Alleppey is a well-known city in Kerala that is connected by lakes and canals. The city is home to Kuttanad, a vast paddy field often referred to as the "rice bowl of Kerala." The thrilling and unforgettable boat trips between Alleppey and Kollam provide visitors a glimpse of backwater life as they go and observe the production of coir, boat construction, toddy tapping, fish farming, and hardy village life.
Mattancherry Palace This two-story castle contains a magnificent collection of murals. Some of the greatest Indian works, including the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, are shown in the Mattancherry Palace. Additionally, it features Hindu deities, including Lord Krishna. The great Sanskrit poet Kalidasa's writings can also be seen.
Athirapally Falls The Athirappilly waterfalls provide a breathtaking scene of shimmering water, emerald forests, and azure skies as they flow through the lush vegetation of the Vazhachal forest into the Arabian Sea. The majestic waterfalls are worth the trip.
Guruvayor Numerous celebrities and visitors from throughout the world are drawn to the temple. Locals claim that Lord Krishna can work marvels when He is in His kid form. Guruvayur is one of the most beautiful places to visit and is also covered with dense jungles and lush green trees.
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