Marvel the land of tea plantations, calming backwaters, sandy beaches, and rolling hills as you plan a trip to God’s own country with Kerela Tour Packages. Kerala lies snuggled between the Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west making the land well-endowed with natural beauty and rich cultural legacies.
Munnar is the favoured destination located in the Idukki district and houses attractions like Mattuppetty Dam, and Eravilulam National Park. Thekkady is known for the biggest Tiger reserve and is frequented by national and international tourists likewise. Kovalam is located just thirteen kilometres from Trivandrum and has captivating blue waters and white sandy shores. Bekal is a small town in Kasaragod that has preserved the three-hundred-year-old fort which is shaped like a giant keyhole that once acted the role of an observation tower.
Alleppey is a picture-perfect destination with its backwaters, calm beaches and aptly called the Venice of the East.
It might sound like a cliche as there is no scarcity of places to visit in Kerela but you can also get the most out of the trip by enjoying a day at the Ayurvedic Spa centres. Cleanse your mind and body and enjoy the local cuisines served on banana leaves before returning home.
The Kerela Travel Packages is your ticket to visit the Thekkady known for its lush green forests and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. The national park is the dwelling best suited for royal tigers and elephants and covers an area of around 257 square miles and the rivers Pamba and Periyar flow through the park. The flowing rivers help in enriching the flourishing flora and fauna. Tourists here can enjoy jeep safaris and elephant safaris along with other eco-friendly activities like Bamboo Rafting, Border hiking or simply enjoy boating at the lake. Green Park Ayurvedic and Spice Plantation is an ecological park which especially grows medicinal herbs and spices. Mudra Cultural Center is known for cultural events involving Kathakali the oldest dance form and Kalaripayyattu a form of martial arts.
Visit Kovalam with the Kerela Tour Packages located beside the coastline of the Arabian Sea and sixteen kilometres from Thiruvananthapuram the capital of Kerela. Kovalam is a small coastal town perfect with its beaches where you can enjoy many water activities. Kovalam is also known as the “grove of coconut trees “where the beach has three parts Lighthouse beach which lies to the South, Samudra beach is the northernmost part of the beach and Hawah beach located right in the centre. Water activities available here are parasailing, snorkelling, backwater cruise and windsurfing. Halcyon Castle is the private residence of the Queen of Travancore and is a great example of traditional architecture. Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple which has a blend of Chera and Dravidian styles of architecture with high walls and 16th-century gopura. The principal deity of the temple is Lord Vishnu who is positioned in Anatha Shayana or eternal yogic sleep lying on the serpent Adi Shesha
Kerela Tour Packages make your journey hassle-free as you visit Wayanad. Banasura Sagar Dam lies in the lap of Banasura hills in Wayanad district. The dam is the second-largest earthen dam in Asia. Enjoy water sports like speed boating and be a little adventurous as you trek the Banasura Peak which is filled with streams, waterfalls and diverse flora and fauna. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is the second-largest wildlife sanctuary in the restricted area of Madumalai in Tamil Nadu. The sanctuary comprises two parts Upper Wayanad and Lower Wayanad. Bamboo trees and eucalyptus flourish and grow in this region. Chembara Peak is an alluring camping site for campers and mountaineers where many expeditions are conducted to the tallest peak of Wayanad. Edakkal Caves are famous prehistoric caves known for rock and wall carvings. Soochipara Falls are three-tiered cascading waterfall popular with rock climbers and the perfect picnic spot located in Vellarimala.To become one with nature book a stay in a tree house as you get to enjoy staying in a beautiful wooden house and indulge in sporting adventures like rappelling, and rock climbing. Take nature walks and soothe your restless mind.
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Next on the itinerary of Kerela Tour Packages is Kochi. Kochi also known as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea “ is a bewitching tourist destination with awesome backwaters, beaches to hill stations. You can not miss the sight of Chinese fishing nets which can be easily spotted from Fort Kochi beach a perfect tranquil beach ideal for morning and evening strolls. St Francis Church is an example of Portuguese architecture which was built in the 15th century by Portuguese traders. Vasco da Gama the great traveller and famous explorer are believed to be buried in this church when he died in India during his third visit. Mattancherry Palace also known as the Dutch Palace is known for its murals depicting the tales from Ramayan along with scenes of Krishan Lila. The palace is quadrangular in shape and has Nalukettu or authentic Kerala style of architecture. The palace courtyard has three temples dedicated to Pazhayannur Bhagvati the protective goddess of the Kochi royal family.
The wait is over as you travel to Kozhikode with Kerela Tour Packages. Kozhikode known in English as Calicut is a city which is located on the Malabar Coast and lies in the state of Kerela. Kozhikode is a world-famous backwater destination rich in exotic flora and fauna, abundant greenery with palm trees flanking the lakes and canals presents a peaceful demeanour which instantly connects with your soul. The fresh and delicious seafood and the pulsating backwaters are very therapeutic.
Kozhippara falls are located on the borders of Kakkadampoyli Calicut district bringing forth the mesmerizing sight of falls accompanied by bird watching, swimming and trekking. Thikkoti Light House is believed to be constructed on the remains of a shipwreck situated on a rocky shoreline the beauty of the place lies in the scenic views as well as species of nomadic birds.