10 You Must-See Tourist Attractions in Kerala

Kerala is a popular tourist destination in India because of its lush green tea plantations, tranquil winding backwaters, and spice plantations.

10 You Must-See Tourist Attractions in Kerala

Kerala is a popular tourist destination in India because of its lush green tea plantations, tranquil winding backwaters, and spice plantations. Kerala, known as God's Own Country, is a paradise for tourists who want to escape the concrete jungle and unwind in the warm climes. Kerala, a state whose topography includes cool hills and balmy beaches on the seashores, is a treat for the eyes. This list is a must-see for anyone visiting this tropical paradise.

Alleppey

Alleppey is most famous for its world-famous backwaters in Kerala. Kerala's backwaters is a network made up of rivers, brackish canals and lakes that runs through half the state. You can enjoy the unique feeling of the " Kettuvallams", or houseboats that offer amenities, including the opportunity to taste traditional Kerala cuisine. There are many unique churches and temples that add to the beauty of Alleppey.

Kochi

Kochi is considered the cultural and economic capital of Kerala. It is a major tourist attraction that attracts people from all parts of the globe. Kochi is home to many attractions, including exotic spice cultivations and Chinese fishing nets. The city is a mixture of different cultures that strive to survive. Kochi is full of surprises waiting to be discovered.

Thekkady

The popular Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Thekkady. The sanctuary is home to elephants. You can also explore the lush green forests and take a boat ride over Periyar Lake. Periyar is a great place to relax and unwind in the Nilgiris' misty mountains.

Munnar

Munnar is a popular tourist spot in Kerala. Munnar, which is located on the Western Ghats of Kerala, is one of the top tea producers in the Indian subcontinent. Munnar's view of rolling hills and the feeling of the clouds reenergizes your mind. Munnar is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on one side and the Western Ghats the other. This makes it a great escape from city life. Munnar is home to scenic waterfalls and beautiful beaches, as well as picturesque backwaters and misty mountains, gushing streams, and palm-fringed backwaters.

Thrissur

Thrissur used to be the capital of Kingdom of Kochin. However, it is now considered the cultural capital in Kerala due to its religious, spiritual and cultural leanings throughout the history. You can visit a variety of stunning temples and churches, which are a bustling hub during the holiday season. You must have the Vellayappam, a type rice hopper and a specialty of Thrissur.

Kovalam

You can sink your toes into the sandy beaches of Kovalam. You will find coconut trees everywhere. Add to that the prime resorts surrounded by lush green vegetation, and you have a very popular tourist spot. In the last few years, Kovalam has been gaining popularity as a centre for Ayurvedic Healing. Kovalam is the perfect place to relax and feel rejuvenated.

Wayanad

Wayanad is a top hill station in the south and produces coffee, tea, cardamoms, pepper, and other spices. Wayanad is home to many natural wonders like waterfalls, caves and lakes. You will enjoy the cool climate of Wayanad. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is home to many wildlife species such as the Cheetah, Cheetah, Bears, and Bison.

Thiruvananthapuram

Trivandrum is also known as the capital. It is also the most culturally rich part of the state. Trivandrum has been home to many rulers, each leaving a legacy. The city's unique heritage, in terms of architecture and culture, has not been affected by rapid development. It is a must-see in the city, especially the Kowdiar Palace. This palace was once the official residence for the Travancore royals.

Kozhikode

Like Trivandrum's Trivandrum, Kozhikode was a home for many dynasties that have left their mark on the city. Kozhikode has been called the 'City of Sculptures'. Kozhikode, a major port for eastern spices, is also known as the "City of Spices". The district is known for its folk songs and ballads, Vadakkan Pattukal. Sweet-meat Street is a tourist attraction and a hub for marketing many local products.

Kannur

Kannur was once a major British trading center in the south. Therefore, much of the city retains the Colonial atmosphere mixed with the Kannur local flavor. St. Angelo Fort is a great place to explore, as well as the Payyamabalam Beach. You can also spot wildlife at Aralam wildlife sanctuary, or take a ferry ride across the Laccadive Sea. Kannur is a great destination.

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