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Top Places To Visit In Kerala

Kerala has an endless list of tourist destinations that interest the traveler. Known for its scenic beauty and scenic beauty, Kerala is sure to attract nature lovers with its hills, lakes, beaches, waterfalls and wildlife. The state has a rich heritage and a rich culture by visiting various castles, palaces, museums, monuments and pilgrimage centers. Natural and man-made resolution awaits you at every turn. The list is given below.

  • Athirapally

It is the largest and most famous waterfall in Kerala at over 80 feet tall. The sight of the water hitting the ground leaves you with a feeling of amazement at the pure power and magnificence of nature. Located about 63 km from the Thrissur district, it is a perennial picnic spot for people in the area and beyond. Its surrounding vegetation is perfect for walking and picnicking with your loved ones. 

  • Munnar

Munnar is among the best tourist destinations in the world. Hosted by pristine forests, savannahs, rolling hills, picturesque valleys, numerous streams, waterfalls, sprawling tea plantations, and winding trails, Munnar is one of the most picturesque places in the world.

  • Thekkady

Periyar Tiger Reserve, one of the most protected forest areas with rich wildlife in Idukki districts of Kerala, aimed at protecting the Tiger. It is one of 27 protected areas in India and is spread in 777 square kilometers. The tiger reserve is home to rare and endangered flora and fauna that form the main watersheds of two important rivers in Kerala, the Periya and Pamba rivers.

  • Kumarakom

The village of Kumarakom is a cluster of small islands on Lake Vembanad and is part of the Kutanad region. Spread over 14 acres, the Bird Sanctuary is a favorite destination for paradise for migratory birds and ornithologists. Migratory birds such as egrets, tarters, herons, teals, water birds, cuckoos, wild ducks and Siberian storks come here in groups to attract all visitors.

  • Alappuzha

Called Venice of the East, the Alleppey has always been a significant part of Kerala’s maritime history. Today it is famous for boat races, backwater holidays, beaches, seafood and the coir industry. Alappuzha Beach is a popular picnic spot. The jetty extending to the sea here has a history of over 137 years. Vijaya Beach Park’s entertainment facilities make the beach even more attractive. Near an old lighthouse, it attracts all visitors.

  • Kovalam
  • Wayanad