Kerala is many things, the most important being the “God’s own country” and it justifies this title perfectly. Kerala has the power of attracting people from all around the world and it never disappoints and ceases to surprise everyone with its beauty. If you are tired of your busy city life and are looking for a much-needed break then Kerala is ready to answer to you with its serenity and peace.
No matter whatever kind of a traveller you are, Kerala has
something for you. Whether you find solace in history, are into nature more than people, or
are a person who loves adventures, Kerala is always present to hold your hands and make
sure you have the best time of your life. Kerala is a place where modernity meets traditions,
as the state is known to hold on to its traditions adamantly and is also one of the most
developed cities in India. The beautiful sceneries painted by nature herself will bless your
eyes with the pristine lakes, the stunning beaches, the misty hills, the famous backwaters, and
the wide meadows. Kerala promises peace and tranquillity and it well intends to keep its
promise, so do not miss a trip to Kerala.
Thekkady is one of the most important places in Kerala and is not a place to be
missed in your Kerala travel packages by thrillophilia. If you are a nature lover and as
well as a wildlife enthusiast, then you will love spending your days in Thekkady
where you will explore so much of this kind. Thekkady is rich in flora and fauna and
you will get to witness them when you go on a boating ride. It is advisable to keep a
pair of binoculars at all times to spot elephants, bison, Nilgiri Langurs, tigers,
migratory birds, reptiles, and other types of fauna. The lush greenery will help you
find peace and tranquillity in your mind and life and you will never want to go back
home from this peaceful place.
Kumarakom is best known for its serenity and divine that people seek their Kerala
vacation packages. Kumarakom is located on the banks of the Vembanad Lake, the
largest lake in Kerala, and offers breath-taking sceneries of its little manmade island
from the lake, with constant pleasant weather and is rich in flora and fauna. It is a
typical Kerala package in itself as you can find everything in one place, the serenity
that Kerala promises, lush greenery, backwaters, purest form of air, delicious local
cuisine, the Kerala culture, fresh paddy fields, mangrove forests, and of course, the
fresh coconuts. You can indulge yourself in the activities of fishing, boating, and
cruising, and it is to be noted that the houseboats in the backwaters in Kumarakom
offer more solitude and peace than the ones at Alleppey.
Kovalam is a beach town in Kerala that is located just 13 kilometres away from the
capital city of Thiruvananthapuram. This beach town has three beautiful beaches in a
crescent shape, the Lighthouse Beach, the Samudra Beach, and the Hawa Beach, of
which, the Lighthouse Beach is the largest one and has 30 meters long lighthouse.
Earlier, Kovalam was a fishing town and in the 1930s it became very famous among
tourists, and in the 1970s it was a popular hippie town due to which it still attracts
people from Israel and Europe. You can do a lot of things at Kovalam like sunbathing,
trying different cuisines from the many food outlets on the shore, or enrol yourself for
yoga by the shore.
Being the capital city of Kerala, Trivandrum has a lot to offer to every kind of traveler
that visits the city. It is a typical place where “the traditional meets the modern” is
very evident in all aspects of the city. Trivandrum is home to the richest temple in the
world, Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, as well as houses the first IT park in India, the
Technopark. The Kutimalika Palace Museum and the Napier Museum will make you
nostalgic with traditional furniture, the old architecture, royal collections, and
priceless paintings. The blend of modernity and the legacy of colonialism in this city
will make you overwhelmed as well as curious.
Vagamon is Kerala’s most untouched and untamed place that is yet to be explored by
commercialization. If you want a trip that is not too mainstream yet is fun and gives
you stories of serenity and tranquillity, the Vagamon is just the place for you.
Vagamon is a beautiful hill station in Kerala that is rich in meadows and hills and is
located on the border of Idukki and Kottayam with pleasant weather throughout the
year in this hot state. The three major hills in Vagamon, Kurisumala, Thangal, and
Murugan, have a very unique religious significance as the three hills are said to
represent the Hindu, Muslim, and Christian faiths. The lush green tea plantation, the
beautiful meadows spread as wide as eyes can see, and the hills covered in mist, that
is the scenery you will get to witness in this untouched place in Kerala.
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