Kerala is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations for both domestic as well as foreign tourists. Kerala, a state situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of India. Kerala situated at southwestern of India.
Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism from all over the world. Kerala is the home of Ayurveda and Natural herbs. The nature lover will feel like heaven here!!!
Kerala is well known for "God's Home", there are many holy places & Temples in Kerala where you feel the inner soul of your body. Kerala is known for its unique culture and traditions.
Kerala Festivals and Food are famous all over the World.
Kerala has lots of things to do whenever you will travel to Kerala you will feel that "I should stay Kerala forever". There are lots of things to do in Kerala. By traveling Kerala you will find the beautiful abstracts of nature, beaches, temples, festivals, unique culture and traditions, backwater, mountain ranges, wildlife, hill stations & lots of delicious food to eat.
"Famous backwaters of Kerala"
"It's Time to travel Kerala"
"Kerala for Food Lovers"
"Home of Ayurveda": Kerala
Major Attractions in Kerala.
As Kerala is famous for ecotourism, you will find the most natural and culture fest tourism.
Beaches: Situated at the bank of the sea in the southwestern of India. There are many beaches in Kerala. Here is a list of some famous beaches...
Kovalam Beach at Thiruvananthapuram.
KappaKadavu at Kozhikode.
Marari beach at Alappuzha.
Nattika at Thrissur.
Vudanappilly beach at Thrissur.
Beypore at Kozhikode.
Cherai beach at Cherai.
Varkala at Thiruvananthapuram.
Muzhappilangad beach at Kannur. (Drive-in beach in India).
Payambalam beach at Kannur.
Baby beach at Kannur.
Meenkunnu Beach at Kannur.
Azhikode Beach at Kannur.
Madaiparra Beach at Kannur.
Chootath Beach at Kannur.
Mermaid Beach at Kannur.
Houseboat orKettuvallam rides in the backwaters are a major tourist attraction. The major cities for backwater in Kerala are:
Ashtamudi Lake (largest lake in Kerala)
Waterfall: "The best peach of nature by hearing the sound of the waterfall"
“Just let go – and fall like a little waterfall." Listed the waterfall of Kerala.
Adyanpara Falls, near Nilambur
Aruvikkuzhi, near Maramon, Kozhencherry in Pathanamthitta District
Aruvikkuzhi, near Pallickathode, Kottayam District
Athirappilly Falls 80 ft (24 m)
Cheeyappara Falls, near Adimali
Chethalayam Falls, in Wayanad
Kumbhavurutty Falls in Kollam district
Lakkom Water Falls
Madatharuvi Falls, near Ranny in Pathanamthitta District
Meenmutty Falls, Thiruvananthapuram
Meenmutty Falls 984 ft (300 m), in Wayanad
Mulamkuzhi, near Malayattoor in Ernakulam District
Panieli Poru waterfalls Ernakulam
Palaruvi Falls, 300 ft (91 m) in Aryankavu near Punalur in Kollam district
Siruvani Waterfalls Palakkad
Soochipara Falls 656 ft (200 m) / Sentinelrock falls, in Wayanad
Thommankuthu Falls, near Thodupuzha
Valara Falls, near Adimali
Vazhachal Falls, near Athirappilly
Vazhvanthol waterfalls Trivandrum
Lighthouses: Lighthouses are the main center of attractions of Kerala beaches and coastline. There are 15 lighthouses in the entire state of Kerala. Districts of Kollam, Kannur, Kozhikode, Alappuzha, Thrissur, and Thiruvananthapuram have more than one lighthouse.
Alappuzha Lighthouse, Alappuzha
Anjengo lighthouse, Thiruvananthapuram
Azhikode Lighthouse, Thrissur
Beypore Lighthouse, Kozhikode
Vypin Lighthouse or Cochin Lighthouse, Ernakulam (Tallest in the state)
Cannanore Lighthouse, Kannur
Chetwai Lighthouse, Thrissur
Kasargode Lighthouse, Kasargode
Kovilthottam Lighthouse, Kollam
Kozhikkode Lighthouse, Kozhikode (Defunct)
Manakkodam Lighthouse, Alappuzha
Mount Dilly Lighthouse, Kannur
Ponnani Lighthouse, Malappuram
Tangasseri Lighthouse, Kollam
Vizhinjam Lighthouse, Thiruvananthapuram
Festivals: Kerala is the Festival and Cultural State of India.
Here is a list of festivals that are celebrated in Kerala.
Onam (The greatest festival of Kerala)
Beema Palli Uroos
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