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      Kerala

      If you have been planning for a trip around Kerala, Wayanad is possibly one of the most sought after destinations. But, with the rush, the hotels are either always booked or you won’t find good hotels based on the kind of likings and requirements that you have. To combat such shortcomings, we would suggest that you opt for the hotels near Wayanad, especially because of the kind of amazing services that they provide with.

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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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      Famous for its rich heritage and literary tradition, Kottayam district is a renowned hub for the spice and rubber trade.

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      Calicut, now known as Kozhikode, is a historically important city of Kerala. From being an important part of India’s trade throughout history, Calicut has also seen its control change between rules, and then ultimately shifted to the British East India Company in 1792, when it was rebuilt.

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      The state of Kerala is full of natural beauty and offers numerous places that one can visit. Kochi is one of the most beautiful cities of Kerala that is filled with the most attractive places which catch the attention of tourists from the entire world. You will find many hill stations, waterfalls, temples, dams and many more such places to visit near Kochi.

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      Kerala, the most tranquil destination in South India, is adorned with eminent National Parks, serene beaches, ancient temples, adorable towns and tourist attractions that are not known to all! If you are a curious soul and are all up for an impeccable vacation in a destination which is yet to be explored, then Guruvayur in Kerala is waiting to embrace you!

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      Located in the south Indian state of Kerala, Calcut is known for being the largest city in Northern Kerala. This city used to be the capital of the Zamorin dynasty. After Vasco da Gama landing at Kappad in 1498, he received resistance from the Zamorins.

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      Palakkad, or Palghat, is a city in Kerala, a state in southwestern India. There are many tourist attractions in the city such as the tall eighteenth-century Palakkad Fort, the Kalpathy River, the fifteenth-century Visvanathan Swamy Temple, and the Malampuzha Dam.

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      Kollam, renowned for its spectacular nature and religious magnificence, is also quite famous for its spiritual abundance and cultural richness.

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      Known for its luxuriant foliage, cascading waterfalls, and exotic fauna, Wayanad is a heavenly abode for travellers struck by wanderlust. For all the history buffs, Wayanad is home for Edakkal Caves that are engraved with ancient petroglyphs dating back to the Neolithic age.

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      A destination that is ‘God’s Own Country’, a place that has everything you need. Ranging from backwaters to pristine beaches, hills to tea plantations and a rich culture and a tantalizing cuisine, this destination has everything! Yes, it's Kerala! But it doesn’t stop here! The amazing hotels near Kerala add to the whole experience and make the excavation an experience worth remembering.

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      Guruvayur, a municipal temple town in Thrissur District is a suburban town of Thrissur city. A home to the popular Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple and a number of temples, the town is located at a distance of 494 km from the town Bangalore.

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      Vagamon, a quaint hill station of Kerala emerges from within the borders of Idukki District. This cozy and laid back town which was once a forgotten land, however, has emerged as a popular tourist destination today.

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      Situated on the Vembanad Lake right in the backwaters of the state of Kerala, Kumarakom has tonnes of things to keep its visitors entertained with. Then one thing which visitors will notice straightaway is the clear and pristine waters there. It's so calm and cool that you will feel like taking a dip in the hot sweltering weather.

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      India has a lot of travel destinations and one of the beautiful ones out of all is Kerala. If you are someone who doesn't want any hassles during your vacation, then this is the place that you should go to.

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      Kerala is one of the most favourite tourist destinations in Southern India. Be it backwaters or spices; the place truly is now a tourist magnet. One of the places we will be talking about today is Wayanad. It is a quaint and picturesque hill station in the state of Kerala.

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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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      Kalpetta, a town situated in the mountainous Wayanad region of Kerala. Whatever seasons are there, Kalpetta town appears in various looks in itself. Whether you are visiting Kalpetta for a honeymoon or family trip, it is quite important to ensure that you should select some of the best resorts near Kalpetta.

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      The idea of traveling to an unknown place and getting brushed off with the local culture has always fascinated everyone. Whether you want to explore the city-bound escapades or go trekking in the hinterlands, there are countless spots dotted across the globe that satisfy the inner wanderlust.

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      The small coastal town of Kovalam is located 13km from Trivandrum. The low tidal beach of Kovalam has been attracting tourists for a long time. The name Kovalam means "grove of coconut trees" hence it is no surprise that one may find those trees all around the town.

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      Munnar upswings as three mountain streams merge - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala. 1600m above sea level, it is considered that the hill station was once the resort of the British Raj elites.

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      Thekkady is a town in the state of Kerala in the southern part of India. This place is famous for the Periyar National park. One can have the joy of boating, rafting, and the most special can be the thrilling visit to the Periyar National Park.

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      Just spending a vacation for the sake of a holiday is not at all soothing. If you want a soothing and stress-free vacation then opt for a place which comprises of nature's wonder at its large. Athirapally which is situated in Kerala is equipped with those. You can get an all-around beautiful experience while opting for this spot for your next holiday.

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      As soon as the vacations begin, people start flocking towards tourist spots. Hill stations are one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. There are a wide variety of hill stations in India. One such hill station, which is popular among tourists is the city of Vagamon. Situated in the beautiful state of Kerala, this is one of the most beautiful hill stations located in India. Vagamon was initially used as a tea plantation site by the British.

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      Traveling to a new place is an unforgettable moment and these memories make you a storyteller. Ever wonder why people die to explore new places and what makes them go through long preparation and planning for a tour.

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