Top 5 places to visit in Kerala

Kerala is one of India’s most popular tourist destinations due to its lush green tea plantations, serene winding backwaters, and spice plantations. Kerala, also known as ‘God’s Own Country,’ is a haven for visitors looking to unwind in tranquil surroundings away from the concrete jungle. Kerala is a sight for sore eyes, with topography ranging from cool hills to balmy sea beaches. Here’s a list of must-see attractions for anyone visiting this tropical paradise.


Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is best known for its world-famous Kerala backwaters. The backwaters are a network of brackish canals, rivers, and lakes that span half of Kerala. Cruise down the backwaters while enjoying the distinct feel of the “Kettuvallams,” or house boats, which offer amenities such as a taste of traditional Kerala cuisine. Other curious visitors will find several unique temples and churches that add to Alleppey’s picturesque beauty.


Kochi is Kerala’s cultural and economic centre. It is a tourist hotspot that draws visitors from all over the world. In Kochi, you can see everything from Chinese fishing nets to exotic spice cultivations. This city is an amalgamation of various cultures that strive to survive even today. Every corner of Kochi hides a surprise waiting to be discovered.


Munnar is regarded as one of Kerala’s most beautiful tourist destinations. Munnar, located on the Western Ghats, is clearly one of the highest tea producers on the Indian subcontinent. In Munnar, the view of undulating hills touching the clouds refreshes your mind and soul. Munnar is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on one side and the Western Ghats on the other, making it a unique escape from city life. Munnar has it all: palm-fringed backwaters, scenic waterfalls, sunny beaches, misty mountains, and gushing streams.


One of the prime hill stations in the south, Wayanad boasts of production of tea, coffee, cardamom, pepper and other spices. The region is populated with many natural marvels such as waterfalls, caves, lakes and dams which you are bound to enjoy the cool weather of Wayanad. Do visit Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to wildlife species like the Spotted Deer, Bison, Cheetah and Bears.


This city, also known as Trivandrum, is the state’s capital and, presumably, the most culturally affluent region. Trivandrum has seen a number of rulers, each of whom has left their mark on the city. Rapid development has not hampered the city’s unique heritage in the form of architecture and culture, which it still embodies. The Kowdiar Palace, formerly the official residence of the Travancore royal family, is a must-see in the city.

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