The Beauty of God’s Own Country

Kerala, a tiny yet beautiful state, nestled in the south-western region of India, is fairly popular for its beautiful tourist destinations. Travellers from all around the globe flock to Kerala to enjoy its beautiful beaches, characteristic ‘backwaters’, and also the serene hill-stations dotted everywhere in the state.

Located between the Western Ghats on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West, Kerala is a must-visit destination, which needs to be on the bucket list of every travel enthusiast coming to India. It is amazing as to how such a small state can contain a wealth of different cultures and heritage. Kerala truly seem to stands up to its moniker as “God's own country.”

Here are some of the most treasured tourist spots in this beautiful state. Make sure that you check out the Kerala tourism package, which includes all these beautiful holiday spots:

1. Periyar National Park

The Periyar National Park is one of the most well-known parks in southern India. The best thing about this park is that it is open for visitation throughout the year. Amongst a treasure of wildlife found here, the Periyar elephants are the park’s biggest attraction. Also, the nearby lake offers a beautiful option of enjoying the safari by water.

2. Munnar

If you happen to be a tea person, then you ought to pay a visit to Munnar! This region is renowned for its staggering tea plantations. The localities seem to be so fond of tea that they even have constructed an entire tea museum. Munnar is blessed with the natural beauty of the misty hills and forests, which abound in exotic plants and wildlife. Adventure enthusiasts can trek to Anamudi enjoy rock-climbing and paragliding activities.

3. Varkala

It is not very surprising that Varkala comes under the list of one of India’s best beaches. The location of Varkala beach, along with its beautiful views extending over the Arabian Sea, would surely take your breath away. Nestled at the bottom of the cliff is a long stretch of sparkling beach, which can be reached afoot from the cliff.