Ten Life-Changing Experiences In Kerala Tour You Should Have Before You Die

Ten Life-Changing Experiences In Kerala Tour You Should Have Before You Die
Written by Shirshendu Sarkar

Ten Life-Changing Experiences In Kerala Tour You Should Have Before You Die

Got tired of same daily cycle of going from home to office and back to home everyday? How about spending some quality time among the misty hills, calm backwaters, lush fields, dense forests teeming with rare plants and throbbing wildlife and never ending beaches? Sounds tempting right!!  Then your next destination is sure to be “God’s Own Country”, the Kerala. You can enjoy with Adventurous Kerala Tour.

Nestled between the pristine waters of the Arabian Sea on the west and the lush Western Ghats on the east, Kerala occupies the south western part of India. Its rivers and lagoons, tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters and long shoreline of serene beaches makes it a paradise for travelers. The land is a home of several myths. Kerala is believed to be created by Lord Vishnu himself. The whole city has touches of mythology throughout in the form of beautiful temples, mosques and churches which represents the rich culture and art masterpieces attracting huge number of tourists throughout the year. You too can feel and experience it, only you have to start planning now!!

Now there may be many questions in your mind like- which is the best time to visit Kerala? How can you reach there? What are the places to visit in Kerala? Is it pocket-friendly? How many days will be sufficient to plan a tour in Kerala?

  • We are here to give all the answers to your queries. The best time to visit Kerala is between September to March. During this period the climate is comfortable and pleasant as well as less humid. If you wish to explore the “God’s Own Country”, then winter is the perfect time for you.
  • The major railway stations in Kerala are Thiruvananthapuram, Tirunevli, Kollam, Kottayam, Alappuzha and Kozhikode where train from all over India is available. If you prefer flight then you can go for Thiruvananthapuram International Airport and Cochin International Airport located in the southern and central part of the city.
  • Now what are the tourist spots that you can visit during your Kerala tour. Note it down if you don’t want to miss any.
  • Alleppey or Alappuzha – best known for its world renowned backwaters of Kerala. You can cruise down the brackish canals in houseboats popularly known as ‘Kettuvallams’ enjoying the unique and exclusive Kerala cuisine.
  • Kochi – The town rich in its culture, considered as the economic hub of Kerala. From several techniques of fishing using different varieties of fishing nets to varieties of spice cultivation is a feast to sore eyes of tourists.
  • The popular Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady is the perfect place for those who want to recharge themselves watching and playing with elephants, cruising over the Periyar lake or take an elephant safari to explore the wildlife of the sanctuary in the misty mountains of the Nilgiris.
  • Your next stop must be the undulating hills surrounded by the clouds, Palm-fringed backwaters, scenic waterfalls, sunny beaches and gushing streams in the Western Ghats in
  • Thrissur, beautiful array of temples and churches which reflects the culture, spiritual and religious learning throughout history.
  • Kovalam, the centre of age old Ayurveda and Ayurvedic healing which has gained enormous popularity in recent years. Alongside are the stretches of coconut trees lined up along the sandy beaches of Kovalam is sure to put your mind in peace.
  • Other places like Wayand which is popular for spices production and Muthdanga Wildlife Sanctuary which is home of Spotted dear, bear, cheetah and bison, Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city, Kannur are some of the other places you can’t miss out.

For adventure lovers also Kerala has so much to offer from Paragliding along the Western Ghats, to Scuba-diving in the in the Arabian, Trekking, Paragliding, Wildlife Safari, Rock Climbing, Cycling, Boating, Parasailing above the mighty sea and many more.

Last but not the least, the exclusive south Indian delicacies like – Puttu, Appam, Shrimp Curry, Coconut Chutney, Kerala Chicken curry and many more which can bring water in your mouth just by thinking about them. One last advice, don’t forget to go for shopping, south cotton and varieties of south Indian silk will be waiting for you.


So don’t waste time in thinking, apply for a week long leave, pack your bags and explore the Kerala, Land of backwaters in your budget.

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