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Kerala is one of the favorite tourist destinations in India. It is famed as the God’s Own Country due to its amazing beauty of nature and serene surroundings. Honeymooners, nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, and many other tourists from all over the world visit Kerala every year. There are many important tourist destinations scattered across the state. The following five are the most important of them.
Munnar is the most beautiful hill town in South India. It is located at steamy Western Ghats in the state of Kerala. Lush green tea gardens, dense forests area, rare collection of wildlife, beautiful lakes, and hill peaks are the important attractions of this place. The place is visited by large numbers of nature and adventure lovers every year.
Kovalam is the most popular beach holiday spot in Kerala. It is located just 16 km away from the Kerala’s capital, Trivandrum. It is the favorite holiday spot for beach lovers in India. Resorts, hotels, massage parlors, and spa therapy centers are dotted in its surroundings. Tourists can enjoy good quality tourists facilities and services here.
Cochin is the city of heritage in Kerala. It resembles rich heritage and legacy of duchess and portages. Tourists can visit ancient forts and palaces, churches, and well-stocked museums in the city. Cochin is also known for its spice plantation and delicious cuisines. Some worth visit places in and around city are Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Fort, Chine Fishing Nets, Marine Drive, St Francis Church, and Bolgatty Palace.
Backwater is the prime attraction of Kerala tourism. There are many globally acclaimed backwater holiday spots dotted around the state. Alleppey is the most popular of them. The town has an excellent network of lakes, rivers and water lagoons, and natural and manmade channels. Houseboats are the best accommodation option available here. Houseboats are immensely popular among honeymoon couples. Locally called as Kettuvallams, houseboats are easily available in different budgets and classes.
Kumarakom is another important backwater destination of the state. It is located in the backdrop of Vembanad Lake, the largest backwater lake in Kerala. Gifted with supreme beauty of nature, Kumarakom is also the home of exciting aquatic wildlife. Kumarakom Water Bird Sanctuary is the most prominent tourist attraction of the city.