1. Thrissur

Kerala is known for its natural beauty and considered as a paradise on earth. But the best place to get a glimpse of the state’s blend of architecture with culture, one has to visit Thrissur. Surrounded by innumerable temples, beaches, and hillock...

2. Guruvayur

Checked amongst the best journey goals in Kerala, Guruvayur is home to the fourth biggest temple in India. This flourishing township in the heart of Thrissur is wealthy in regular excellence and encases some magnificently assembled temple and arch...

3. Kochi

An exciting blend of medieval Europe with native Kerala, Kochi is truly an off-beat destination to explore. What was once a thriving port that played a pivotal role in trade is now flourishing metropolis that is still growing. It is sure to please...

4. Ponnani

Ponnani, a town of various mosques, is the tiniest taluk in the Malappuram locale of Kerala. It is a community encompassed by the Arabian Sea on the west and is a significant angling focus. Ponnani has the main tidal port situated at the mouth of ...

5. Thattekad Bird Sanctuary

Favored with such a significant number of natural marvels, Thattekad is an amazing destination, conceal in the wonder of copious widely varied flora and fauna. This magnificent spot is situated on the Njiyapilli Hill and is primarily famous for th...

6. Nelliyampathy

Nelliyampathy is an unexplored hill station in Palakkad district of Kerala. Nelliyampathy is famous for its unexplored lush green forest, orange gardens, and coffee plantations. The altitude varies from 450m to 1500m. It is also known as Poor Man'...

7. Palakkad

Palakkad or Palghat is a city in the state of Kerala and quite a contrasting one from how the normal cities in Kerala are. The city is known by plenty of different, but very much appropriate names. The "Granary of Kerala", "The Gateway of Kerala",...

8. Kumarakom

Kumarakom is a village in Alleppey district of Kerala. It is famous for its backwaters and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.

9. Malappuram

Aside from being a lovely green expansion on the guide of God's Own Country, Malapuram is a city that has seen a broad history before and has created through it. Be it the woodland scopes of the city with coconut manors, the stream belt of Bharath...

10. Malampuzha

Wish to spend some amicable time in the lap of mother nature? Then Malampuzha is the place for you. Malampuzha derives its name from the River Malampuzha, and it offers soothingly beautiful scenery of lush greenery. Malampuzha lies in the Palakkad...

11. Kottayam

Kottayam is an old town situated on a hilltop flanked with the enticing Western Ghats on east and green paddy fields and thrilling Vembanad Lake on the west. The various estates of rubber, coconut, palm, spices, and the verdure make for rich green...

12. Alleppey

The sumptuous green landscape with swaying coconut plantations, endless stretches of paddy fields, meandering water channels and large backwaters, this place is a tourist’s paradise in central Kerala. Aside from the natural beauty, the culture and...

13. Munnar

Munnar is a popular hill station in Kerala. It has been a popular destination for honeymooners for a long time. Munnar is known for its beautiful tea plantations. Most of the plantations were started by British. "Kannan Devan" brand tea is made in...

14. Vagamon

Vagamon is a beautiful tourist hill station in Idukki and one of the many spots on the planet that should be experienced directly to really find its brilliance. The verdant slopes, green lands and mostly the glorious quality of the spot can't be d...

15. Nilambur

Nilambur, also called the Land of Teak Plantations, is a noteworthy town to pay a visit and is situated in the Malappuram locale of Kerala. This town involves exceptional spots in the historical backdrop of Malabar with its huge copses, normal mag...

16. Devikulam

In the deep valley of Munnar, there lies a utopia known as Devikulam. This gift of mother earth lies in the state of Kerala. It is a small hill station in Munnar which is in the Idukki District and is 5 kilometres away from Munnar. Devikulam is al...

17. Idukki

Idukki district is a hill station in the stunning Indian state of Kerala. This mountainous spot is popularly appreciated for its wildlife parks, gorgeous cottages, tea factories, rubber plantations and forest covers. The district headquarters of I...

18. Kozhikode

Kozhikode, also known as Calicut, is often called the spice capital of the nation. This North Malabar district of Kerala is famous for being the food and cultural capital of the region. With significant influences of Arabic, Jewish and Portuguese ...

19. Coimbatore

Coimbatore, also known as Kovai and Coyamuthur, is located in the state of Tamil Nadu. It falls in the Coimbatore district. The city is located on the banks of Noyyal River. It is the second largest city with respect to area and population in Tami...

20. Peermede

Favored with loads of green spreads, wonderful rolling slopes, meandering streams, and sputtering cascades; Peermede is a little entrancing slope station of Kerala, unadulterated and perfect. Roosted at a height of 915 m over the sea level, the to...
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