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4 Night & 5 Days at Kerala Only in Rs 9500/-*

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  • BreakFast
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  • One night houseboat with breakfast, lunch, evening tea & snacks and dinner
  • Cochin – Munnar
  • Munnar Thekkady
  • Thekkady Alleppey

4 Night & 5 Days at Kerala Only in Rs 19500/-*

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  • BreakFast
  • Chauffeured air-conditioned  vehicle for all transfers, excursions and sightseeing tours
  • One night houseboat with breakfast, lunch, evening tea & snacks and dinner
  • Cochin – Munnar
  • Munnar Thekkady
  • Thekkady Alleppey

4 Night & 5 Days at Kerala Only in Rs 25,500/-*

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  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • BreakFast
  • Chauffeured air-conditioned  vehicle for all transfers, excursions and sightseeing tours
  • One night houseboat with breakfast, lunch, evening tea & snacks and dinner
  • Cochin – Munnar
  • Munnar Thekkady
  • Thekkady Alleppey

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16 Top Places to Visit in Kerala

Bright and vivid landscape of green tea plantations in India Kerala, Munnar.

Kerala, in south India, is often referred to as “God’s Own Country” for its unspoiled tropical beauty. The pace of life is slow, making it the perfect place for a leisurely vacation. Don’t miss these top places to visit in Kerala

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Fort Kochi

Santa Cruz Basilica, Kochin
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Arabs, British, Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese have all left their mark there. The architecture and historical sites in Fort Kochi attract most of the visitors to the area. If you have children, consider taking them to Wonderla Amusement Park in Kochi as well.

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Muzuris

Cheraman Juma Masjid mosque in Kodungallur, Kerala

It’s full of old churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples. Cochin Magic offers a full-day private Muzuris Heritage Tour.

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Kerala Backwaters

Houseboat, Backwaters, Alappuzha, Kerala, India

You can even spend the night out in the middle of a lake. Stay a few nights at a homestay or resort along the backwaters too. Bliss! For the ultimate experience, don’t miss seeing a sunset from Kakkathuruthu Island on Vembanad Lake, as featured by National Geographic. Most backwater trips start out from Alleppey.

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Marari Beach

Marari beach, Kerala.
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If you’re after an easily accessible and peaceful beach break in Kerala, picturesque Marari is just 30 minutes north of Alleppey. This placid fishing village has a long stretch of undeveloped beach and a diverse range of accommodations, from plush resorts to simple homestays. Some front the beach.Continue to 5 of 16 below.

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Periyar National Park

Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sactuary
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Kerala’s Periyar National Park, in the Thekkady district, is one of the most popular national parks in southern India.

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Munnar

Tea harvesting in Munnar
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If you like tea, a visit to Munnar is a must! There’s even a tea museum. Adventure enthusiasts can trek to Anamudi, the highest peak in south India, explore Eravikulam National Park, or go rock climbing and paragliding. Munnar offers a diverse range of accommodations, surrounded by nature.

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Varkala

Varkala beach, Kerala.
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The setting of Varkala beach is striking enough to take your breath away, with a long winding stretch of cliff and views that extend over the Arabian Sea. A paved footpath runs along the length of the cliff, bordered by coconut palms, quaint shops, beach shacks, hotels, and guesthouses. Nestled at the bottom of the cliff is a long stretch of sparkling beach, reached by steps leading down from the cliff top. It’s not surprising that Varkala is one of India’s best beaches.

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Wayanad

Chembra Peak, Wayanad district, Kerala.
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Wayanad is a bright green mountainous region that stretches along the Western Ghats. It has a great deal of scenic appeal. Abundant coconut palms, thick forests, paddy fields, and lofty peaks form the landscape. Popular attractions include trekking to Chembra Peak and Meenmutty Falls, exploring old Jain temples, climbing to Edakkal Caves, and wildlife spotting at Muthanga and Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuaries.  Glenora is one of them.Continue to 9 of 16 below.

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Kannur

India, Kerala, Kannur, Karuvalli Kavu, Dance of Theyyam
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You can drive all the way along its vast stretch of sand! Kick back and relax at one of the inexpensive beach house accommodations, and enjoy the serenity.

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Kovalam

Kovalam beach, Kerala.
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Poovar Island

Poovar Island Resort
Poovar Island Resort

Did you know Kerala has over-water bungalows? Poovar Island is not far from the Tamil Nadu border and is quite an amazing natural wonder. It lies at the point where the Neyyar River meets the Arabian Sea. In between is an elongated sand bar. 

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Trivandrum

Sri padmanabhaswamy temple, thiruvananthapuram.
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These include the Napier Museum, Natural History Museum and Sri Chitra Art Gallery in the museum complex, and Kuthiramalika Palace Museum outside the Padmanabhaswamy temple.Continue to 13 of 16 below.

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Jatayupara Earth’s Center

Jatayupara Earth Center
Jatayupara Earth Center

It opened in late 2016, in Chadayamangalam village in Kerala’s Kollam district, about an hour north of Trivandrum.

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Sargaalaya Crafts Village

Kathakali masks for sale.
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An initiative of the Kerala state government, Sargaalaya won a National Tourism Award for Best Rural Tourism Project in 2016. Visitors can see the artisans in action and buy their wares. The Sargaalaya Iringal International Crafts Festival takes place there every year from the third week of December to first week of January. It’s south India’s biggest handcraft fair, with about 400 artisans from all over the world attending.

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The River Nila

Buffalo alongside the River Nila.
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They all share a deep bond with the river. Stay in a cottage at the Riverside Retreat, centrally situated between Kochi and Calicut.

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Rural Kerala

Coir making in Kerala village.
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Visiting a village, where it feels like time has stood still, is an excellent way to learn more about the rural way of life in Kerala. You’ll get to observe all kinds of local industry and skills. The focus on village tourism has grown in recent years, and a number of destinations have been developed across the state. Kumbalanghi Village is a convenient option on the outskirts of Kochi. Kerala Tourism also arranges trips to villages around Kovalam