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      Kerala

      If you’re looking for a Southern getaway in India then Kerala is the perfect choice of destination to plan your escape to and you have landed at the right place to make this tropical vacation happen! Famously known as the ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala is the picturesque beauty that is located in the tropical Malabar Coast of India and here we give you a wide selection of Kerala Blogs, expertly weitten to cater to all your travel needs. You can go as far as you can with your imagination and find the best of options to make your Kerala trip come true with a lifetime of memories and adventures to look forward to. The backwaters of Kerala are a perfect place to unwind in the midst of swaying palm trees and spice plantations. Soak in the aroma of coffee and go on an evening stroll exploring the tropical landscape of Kerala. Find all the information about comfortable homestays or luxurious houseboats on this Kerala trip blog for a blissful vacation in this souther beauty. With what you'll learn from these Kerala tour blogs you are bound to have a hassle free trip. Also, if you want motivation to traverse the serene backwaters of this piece of paradise, teh below given write-ups will do the trick for you. Discover hidden gems, go off the beaten track and share your best travel moments with your friends and family back home!

      Varkala is situated at a distance of 36 Kilometres from Trivandrum which is the Capital city of Kerala. Varkala has the distinction of being the only beach of Kerala having cliffs alongside the coastline. The beauty, magnificence, and magnitude of these cliffs can be imagined from the fact that the Geological Survey of India has declared these cliffs as National Geographical Monuments.

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      The Western Ghats are known for exceptional views and glorious vistas! And it is the wildlife reserves and national parks that majorly comprise of the biodiversity in the South India. Parambikulam Tiger Reserve is one of the most exciting places in Kerala close to the Kerala - Tamil Nadu border. Read more

      Kollam is a place that is blessed with mesmerizing beauty that will captivate you and leave you bewitched. You will find hundreds of places to visit and things to do in Kollam. For anyone planning for a short holiday trip can consider Kollam as one of their options.

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      Alleppey is a very beautiful city rightly set in the southern Indian state of Kerala. It is quite reputed and recognised for houseboat cruises along the rustic Kerala backwaters. There is a famous beach in the heart of Alleppey which goes by the name of Alappuzha Beach which owns a 19-th century Alappuzha Lighthouse.

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      Calicut is one of the most essential and beautiful districts in Kerala. It is now known as Kozhikode, and Calicut is the former name of the community. Calicut has been historically significant for India for more than 500 years.

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      Only a travel enthusiast or someone who constantly keeps on updating their general knowledge will know about this place that we are going to talk about here. Mahe is one of the four districts that Puducherry has. First of all, the Union Territory Puducherry itself is a very tiny place.

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      On India's tropical Malabar Coast resides Kerala, an evergreen state which is famous for its breathtaking scenic views and palm-lined beaches. With the beach beauty and tropical shows, the state also embraces some of the most beautiful and ancient monuments and temples that are worth visiting.

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      A mesmerising hill station located in the Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar derives its name from the 3 rivers that merge here. Adorned with lofty mountains amidst swirls of pale mists and low flying clouds; rich green slopes and velvety carpets of tea and spice plantations

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      Also known as the "City of Letters" or "Akshara Nagari" due to its contribution to the print media and literature, Kottayam is one of the major cities of Kerala. It is also one of the first cities in India to achieve a hundred percent literacy rate.

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      Munnar is an important city of Kerala, which is known as ‘God’s own country’ and is a beautiful part of this state. The surroundings of this city are such that you will get closer to nature in a true sense. Moreover, the city has several tea plantations which make the sightings beautiful and overall a perfect destination to calm the adventure junkie in you.

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      And we are back to Kerala, yet again! You might be wondering what about this destination is so fascinating that it keeps us coming back. Well, it's the natural beauty, the amazing places and of course the exciting activities.

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      Malappuram, one of the famous districts in Kerala, has been gifted with a bag full of surprises to the travel freak people. This place not only represents nature’s beauty but also keeps you engaged with excellent cultural heritage.

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      Kerala is a paradise on earth and the major attractions in Munnar, Alleppey, and Kumarakom would prove that well by letting you witness its beauty. But, if you also wish to get a glimpse of the state’s cultural beauty in all its glory, then Read more

      No city or state is spared when it comes to occurrences of paranormal activities, not even ‘God’s own country’. Kerala has its own share of spooky stories of mysterious places that will give you major goosebumps. And why not, history speaks for itself in this ancient region. Read more

      Kumarakom is best described as a cluster of islands in the backdrop of Vembanad Lake housing varied wildlife, which makes it an ornithologist’s dreamland.

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      When the pressures of modern-day existence pile up, we look to escape to the lap of nature to revitalise our senses and nourish our souls. Tucked away in the north-east corner of God’s Own Country, Kerala, is tranquil Wayanad. Mist laden mountains, lush paddy fields stretching to the horizon and an excellent range of resorts in Wayanad make it the ideal destination to spend few relaxed days. Whether you’re looking for five-star grandeur or budget resorts in Wayanad, you won’t be disappointed.

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      Alleppey, or Alappuzha, is often referred to as the Venice of the East by travelers, and rightly so. The experiences it offers to travelers leave them with a yearning to visit Alleppey, a splendid nature’s paradise, again and again.

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      Kerala is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. One might then wonder if there are any offbeat places in Kerala left to explore? Yes, there are! From pristine beaches to picturesque mountain views, there are many places in Kerala that remain untouched by commercialization and offer an authentic travel experience.

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      Kochi, also known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea was a major port town of the Indian subcontinent during the medieval period. It became the first Portuguese Colony of India after it was invaded.

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      Munnar is a motley canvas of sloping lush green tea plantations, gushing streams by the hillsides, and winding undulating paths.

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      God’s Own Country, Kerala has some extremely beautiful tourist destinations to hold the attention of global tourists. There are hill-stations, backwaters,

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      For those who wish to explore the real treasures of Kerala, here we go with the list of places to visit in Cochin. Beaches and backwaters, tea plantations and spice estates, Read more

      Are you fantasising about witnessing sublime beauty of nature, majestic culture, traditions? Then, Kerala must be on your top pick which is popular for travel destination amongst the tourists. The beauty, adventure, fun-filled activities fascinate the tourists from all across the country. Shopping in Kerala is super fun and exciting. Kerala has plethora of eccentric items which you can carry along with you which includes some intricate jewellery as well. No vacation is complete without a heartfelt retail therapy. And Kerala is no exception. Read more

      The surreal landscapes of Munnar cannot be described well enough for they speak for themselves with lush greenery as far as the eyes can see. Also known to be a favourite spot for many

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      Goa and Kerala are perhaps two of the most traveled destinations in India, both with their own special charm. If one is the party capital, the other is better known as God’s own country.

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