This place is never enough for the tourist attractions or precisely nothing more than Heaven on Earth!
Starting with the most active commercial cities of Kerala which is Kozhikode. It has a beautiful mix of Architectural styles inspired by the Dutch and the British. It is best known for its edible spices and authentic food, Dum Biryani lovers here’s your destination.
When it comes to the seasides, Varkala is considered to be the best for water enthusiasts, activities like boat riding, surfing, parasailing, jetting, horse-riding are the life of this beach.
It is also adorned for its Hindu temples as Janardan Swami Temple, Vishnu Temple and Sarkara Devi Temple.
The entrancing beauty of Kerala ‘Kasargod’ spotting Rolling Hills, Coconut Plantations, Soothing Sea Breezes. This place is also considered as the most photogenic place in Kerala.
Planning a trip to Idukki in Kerala is a must for people looking for rejuvenation and relaxation. It is a perfect place for nature walks, Treks and Bird watching.
The attractions you can look here are Thommankuthu Falls, Ramakkal, Kalvari Mount, Idukki Arch Dam, Cheeyappara Waterfalls and Kalvari Mount.
If you wish to do some Canal cruising then you can definitely visit Munroe Islands featuring Lagoons, narrow canals and mangrove forests.
Kollam Beach and Thangassery Light House are popular here.
Granary of Kerala: Palakkad features the most sublime weather, beautiful dams, Exalted forts and temples. Mostly it includes the wildlife sanctuaries and the national parks.
The best place for Hikers and Trekkers here is Ponmudi where you can lose yourself with mist-laden hills.
You can also visit Kizhunna Beach which is more pristine and less crowded. Sunbathing, Beach strolls and swimming is best indulgements during weekends.
Vagamon is an enchanting hill station adorned by mystical meadows, beautiful dales and tea plantations. Places to visit here are Thangal Hill, Murugan Hill, Vagamon Pine Forest, Barren Hills, The Pattumala Church, Vagamon Lake, Vagamon Falls, and Maramala Waterfalls.
Kerala takes a lot of pride in its long list of non-vegetarian food that the state has to offer to its hungry tourists so I have handpicked a mix of all the varieties here.
Puttu and Kadala Curry: This contributes to the Breakfast and is made of cylindrical steamed rice cake cooked with coconut shavings.
For the ones who consider South Indian food to be their favourite, we already have tasted Dosa, Idli and sambhar but yes the taste found in Kerala is entirely different.You can also try Idiyappam and Egg curry which are rice noodles made in Kerala and served with spicy curry. For the non vegetarians, you can go for Nadan Kozhi Varthatu which is the fried chicken, Prawn curry, Kerala Style Fish Molee etc.
This coastal state is a destination for everyone, the pace of life here is slow making it the perfect place for a leisurely vacation ☺