World-renowned for its fascinating culture, well-cultured people, excellent hospitality by the citizens and spectacular sightseeing, no doubt that Kerala is one of the most sought after tourist destination locates at south-western part of India. Nature has gifted this state with such incredible attractions and spectacular sightseeing that never fails to lure the heart of any individual. Due to its immense beauty, tranquillity and soothing climatic conditions it has often crowned with several rewards and why not it is one such state which offers something to everyone.

In terms of natural attractions and wonders it has not any competitor in the world. Right from invigorating hills majestically set on the western-Ghats, pristine beaches fringed with coconut groves, exotic wildlife parks, picturesque backwaters to ranges of floras and faunas it offers every thing to the nature-lovers.

Apart from, there are many other things that one can experience in this state such as healing Ayurvedic therapy as it often referred to as the ‘land of Ayurvedic’, mouth-watering cuisine with local spices and several cultural performances like Kathakali, Thiruvathirakali, Ottan, Thullal and etc.

The land of rivers, forests and great waterfalls, Athirappilly is one of the major attractions in Kerala world-renowned for its stunning waterfalls. No wonder if would say that most of the people visit this state just to explore the Athirappilly waterfalls by close as it gives a big treat to the eyes of visitors. Home to the largest waterfalls, it is undoubtedly one of the major attractions in ‘God’s own Country’ Kerala.

Whatever is your purpose of visiting and exploring if you are visiting this state then must go to this place.

A trip to the green city Kerala would not be completed unless you do not explore its stunning and exclusive backwaters considered the prime attractions in Kerala. Kerala backwaters are no doubt that one of the major attractions in India generates the huge revenue in the account of Indian tourism. Backwaters are the perfect combination of brackish lagoons, lakes, inlets and several rivers which team up together and form the breathtaking locale. On backwater tour you will have an opportunity to experience the fascinating culture of Kerala, its rural life and spectacular sightseeing as well.

Kerala is bestowed with innumerable stunning backwater destinations but no one can experience this unless you do not hire any well-organized houseboat of the state also known as Kettuvallams in traditional language. In initial time houseboats were used as the major source of transportation but later with-ever growing influx of visitors houseboats were transformed into well organized facilities which include bath-attached rooms, lounge, kitchenette, and etc.

There are many backwater destinations in Kerala but among many Alleppey and Kumarakom are the most visited by visitors with reason. Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’ Alleppey is the largest backwater destination world-known for yearly conducted snake boat race. Kumarakom is however popular for its mesmerizing serenity and also mentioned in the world famous novel ‘The God of Small Things’ has written by booker prize winner Arundhati Roy.

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