We all are well aware of our busy life, hectic schedules and stressful times. Sometimes all we need is a break. We want to be away from the hustle bustle of city life and developed lifestyle and want ourselves to feel and live free without any stress. Here is a get away from the hectic life. Plan a trip and set yourself on the journey to get refuel with energy. Kerala the nature’s agent is welcoming you whole heartedly to explore its natural beauty and diversity.
Located on the south-western Malabar Coast, Kerala is an Indian State with Thiruvananthapuram as its capital. Termed as one of the most popular destinations for tourist, Kerala is best known for its culture, bio diversity, backwaters, lined up palm trees, beaches, lush green scenery and lip smacking cuisine.
Let us take a look into what Kerala offers to its tourists:
Marai Beach (Alappuzha), Varkala Beach (Varkala), Kovalam Beach (Thiruvananthapuram), Bekal Beach (Kasaragod), Nattika Beach (Thrissur), Meenkunnu Beach (Kannur), Neendakara Beach (Kollam). These are some of the best known beaches in Kerala that one cannot miss to explore. Let yourself free in the sound of ocean waves and enjoy the scenic beauty.
There are temples such as Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple (Thiruvananthapuram), Sabarimala Sastha Temple (Pathanamthitta), Attukal Bhagavathy Temple (Thiruvananthapuram). Along with this there is Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple (Ambalapuzha), Guruvayoor Srikrishna Temple (Guruvayoor), Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple (Kottayam). Therefore, these are some of the famous temples in Kerala. Visit them during your trip there and let yourself dive into the mystic aura of that place.
Kuttanad Backwaters, Sasthamkotta Backwaters, Kozhikode Backwaters, Alleppey Backwaters, Kumarakom Backwaters, Kochi Backwaters, Padanba Backwaters. Hence these are some of the most visited and explored backwaters of Kerala that provide a calm and soothing environment with beautiful scenery.
One can go for both vegetarian as well as non vegetarian cuisine in Kerala. Fish and rice are the staples of Kerala along with coconut. Puttu and Kadala Curry is termed as the traditional food of Kerala and one cannot miss this. Then we have different sorts of curries, Kerala style Fish Molee, Appam with stew, Palada Payasam adds to your dessert treat. Do not miss out on trying the mouth watering cuisine of Kerala and explore its uniqueness and exotic taste.
5. THINGS TO DO
Staying in house boat, trying different tea flavors, watching snake boat race, spice tour at spice plantations, ride through a wildlife sanctuary, exploring tree House. Moreover visiting the tourism Village and enjoying the traditional village life, Coffee plantation trip, visiting the bird sanctuary, swimming in Arabian Sea, watching sunset and sunrise. Along with bike riding, train journey with the spectacular view of nature, bamboo rafting, watching the traditional dance of Kerala i.e., Kathakali is an overall treat. Additionally we can explore the local art, canoe ride, bullock race, paragliding, exploring caves, visiting forts, fishing, visiting temples and holy town of Sabarimala. These are few of the things that you can do in Kerala. However, Kerala has much more for you to explore and experience.
6. FLORA AND FAUNA
Kerala is a state of nature with beautiful landscapes and picturesque scenery. When it comes to the exploration of flora and fauna one cannot miss Kerala. In addition to this the state has a wide range of flora and fauna provided with natural habitat making it one of the safest places for animals, birds and plants.
7. BEST TIME TO VISIT
September to March is an idle time to visit Kerala as the climate at this point of time is really pleasant and less humid providing you a comfortable aura.
When we travel around different places we tend to explore each and every aspect of that place. Kerala the nature’s agent is a feast to explore, treat to your taste buds, relief to your spirituality and freedom to your exploration. Therefore Go on and have a unique and unforgettable exploring experience in Kerala.