Keep Calm & Escape To Kerala

My trip to Kerala was amazing, out of this world, breathtaking and memorable. I visited their with my family  last year and really had a very good time. Motto for Kerala, “God’s Own Country,” refers to the rich heritage, lively culture, and positive socio-political climate. And yes Keralites… Just can’t stop thinking about the beautiful smiles and curious looks. Keralites are very hospitable, pleasant and respectful people. Perhaps because they enjoy a higher standard of living and level of education than the rest of India – literacy rate in the state is nearly 100%. Based on my experience and those of others, here are my top suggestions for a trip to Kerala-

1. Lighthouse Beach

 I simply loved this beach. Lighthouse beach has a very wide sandy span. The depth of sea is very shallow and gradually increases to a deeper level after going quite a distant in. Beach is full of shops, hotels and restaurants. A must visit if you love beaches. This beach is best of all the beaches in Kovalam.

2. Marari Beach

 It is a perfect Beach for every traveller who look for a silent calm time to spend. Just drink coconut water and enjoy your peaceful time. This beach is definitely less crowded then other beaches in Kerala.

3. Kerala Backwaters

A trip to Kerala is incomplete if you missed visiting this place. Enjoy long boat journey and simply you will fall in love with this place:) This place is amazing for those who love nature and need to recharge and relax. The views are stunning and the soothing backwaters will ensure you immediately disconnect. This experience was something which I will cherish for my entire life. You can also prebook houseboat if you are going in group.

4. Tea Gardens

So I went to “Munnar”- Hill station near kerala and on my way to that place i visited few tea gardens and actually felt awesome because the smell was so catchy….Tea gardens make a beautiful backdrop for photographs. Hundreds of movies shoots are taken from this place. In short “Green everywhere”

5. Athirapally Falls

Excellent gift of nature. It is the place where Bahubali movie was shot… Remember?? Must visit place for nature lovers and others likewise.To enjoy the full view of the waterfalls you need to go down the hill and is totally worth the walk. Once you reach the bottom, you can see the breath taking view of the waterfalls 🙂
Here are some of the photographs from my trip:
 

 

“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” — Henry David Thoreau
“Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and celebrate the journey.” – Fitzhugh Mullan
“How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then rest afterwards.” — Spanish Proverb
“One of the great things about travel is that you find out how many good, kind people there are.” — Edith Wharton
“To travel is to take a journey into yourself.” — Danny Kaye
“He who is outside his door already has the hardest part of his journey behind him.” — Dutch proverb
“A ship is safe in the harbor, but that’s not what ships are built for.” – Gael Attal
“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.” — Martin Buber
“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” — Lao Tzu

Conclusion About Kerala

Kerala “God’s Own Country” is the perfect introduction to travel in India. There are a lot of tourism options in this culturally and geographically rich state of Kerala, India. It plays a major role in India tourism and deserves the attentions of tourists from all over the world. During your Kerala tour you will have wonderful opportunity to explore serene backwaters and amazing hills, waterfalls, adrenaline-pumping boat races and colorful festivals.

What else do one need to plan a holiday in Kerala?

Keep travelling and exploring!

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XoXo.

Riya

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