‘God’s own country’ Kerala has many amazing destinations that will satisfy the traveller in you. If listening to the sound of silence and gazing at impossibly green misty meadows is your idea of a perfect holiday, then there is no better place than Kerala.I love to travel. However, this vacation has to be one long relaxing self-pampering holidays I have ever had. Here’s a list of the best places you can visit which will make it a Perfect Holiday Package To Kerala – An Enchantment For Your Soul.
Known as the Venice of India, Alleppey will leave you enchanted. It’s known for its unique natural spectacle of backwaters. Experience a secluded holiday on your houseboat with natural beauty all around. This quaint and humble town is waiting for the eyes of true nature lovers, who will cherish and behold the tranquility of this place forever. You’ll also get to explore the religious sites of this area. You can pamper yourself with quality spa and Ayurvedic massage in Alleppey that uses their aromatic essential oils made in Kerala itself. Relax in the rejuvenating ambiance, it is one of the places in Kerala you must not miss on your holiday.
Munnar was the best for me! The winds were howling outside my room, a faint whistle caused by wind escaping through the tiny gap between the window panes was the lullaby as I drifted into a sound sleep every night. Trees swayed with such tenacity that the rustling cacophony sounded more like a raging waterfall. Low-lying monsoon clouds engulfed the hills and the slopes in a white luminous blanket, far down below everything else that could be seen was fresh green. It is one of the best places for holiday in Kerala, favored by honeymoon couples from all over the globe. Lush sprawling tea plantations, aromatic spice plantations, lovely lakes, mountain streams, rolling hills, makes it truly a wonderful destination.
This place is a true beauty! Ramakkalmedu is a beautiful view spot near Tamil Nadu-Kerala border, giving breathtaking views of Kombai villages in Tamil Nadu on one side and the villages around Nedumkandam in Kerala on the other side and is located near Thekkady.
You absolutely can’t miss the capital of the state. If the old world charm and multicultural heritage is what you look forward to, Cochin (Kochi) is the perfect destination for you. From the colonial palaces and bungalows to synagogues, churches and temples, the city is no less than a treasure trove of architecturally brilliant historical buildings. Some top attractions are Chinese Fishing Nets, Dutch Palace, Paradesi Synagogue, St. Francis Church and Santa Cruz Basilica. You’re going to fall in love with this city.
Spectacular lakes, gushing waterfalls, lofty peaks and tropical beauty on one hand and heritage wonders ranging from prehistoric caves to Hindu and Jain Temples – the district of Wayanad is truly entertaining in all respects. Wildlife sanctuaries and trekking adventures make it all more tempting for the tourists. Settled comfortably in the slopes of the western Ghats, Wayanad is among the beautiful Hill Stations in Kerala. The cool winds during winter and the misty weather during monsoon will sure leave you speechless.
Spread over the tropical landscapes of Western Ghats, Periyar National Park is a heaven for the wildlife lovers. Amidst mesmerizing greenery and expansive spice plantations and set around the serene Periyar Lake, the park is home to Bengal Tigers Indian Elephants, Guar, Sambar, Lion-tailed macaque and more than 265 species of birds. Thekkady, the gateway to the park, has good road connectivity with all major cities in the region. Nearest airports are at Madurai and Cochin, each about 150 km away. The closest railway station is Kottayam, about 107 kn away.
Kerala has magical and eye-catching views at every step. It’s a land of waterfalls, green meadows, hill stations, tea plantation and simple and friendly people.