Here are the Most beautiful places in kerala :
Kumarakom– One of the most popular tourist destinations is located near the city of Kottayam and is widely known for its backwater tourism. Kumarakom beach is said to be an adventurer’s paradise. One can find various water and adventure sports here such as skiing, boating, windsurfing, parasailing, and much more! Apart from this, visitors also take out some time just to enjoy the tranquility of this beautiful place.
Munnar– Pristine valleys, mountain exotic species of flora and fauna, tea plantations are some of the most beautiful things for which Munnar is famous and it’s a place one would never wish to leave. Some other places in Munnar one can visit are Tea Museum, Anamudi Peak, Atukkad Waterfalls, Echo Point, Eravikulam National Park, and Pothamedu View Point.
Cochin– Starting from the top attractions that Cochin has and is so far loved by the tourists are LuLu Market, Wonderla Amusement Park, Jew Town, Edappally Church Complex, Kerala Folklore Museum, Kerala Kathakali Centre, Chottanikkara Temple, and has a whole list of many other places which is as beautiful as any other place in the state of Kerala. Cochin is popularly known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea and has been the centre of the world spice trade for centuries now. The west Kochi has a reference of islands that are Mattancherry, Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi, etc.
Kasargod Backwaters– A small town that is considered safe for all the tourists who visit but the day here calls for an end around 8 pm itself due to all the daytime hustle and bustle. It is one of the popular municipal towns and falls to the northernmost district of Kerala, also known as God’s own country. Places you can visit in Kasargod are Bekal Fort, Pallikere Beach, Kanchan Junga, Bela Church, or go for a trip to Trikkanad.
Wayanad– A town known for its wildlife and spice plantations located on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Popularly known for its wild green coverage which gives the very best of Scenic views to the people who visit
Kannur– known as the City of Looms and Lores for its folk art called Theyyam and flourishing handloom industry. The city is said to be named after the land of Kannan or Krishna. Kannur is popularly known as Cannanore and it falls on the northern side of the state of Kerala in India. Communist politics and temple festivals are very well known in Kunar. With a population of 63,000 out of which 50% Hindu, 35% Muslim, and 15% Christian approximately and the population is dominated by the Tiyyar caste. The place has its historic importance along with many tourist attractions like beaches, hills, monuments, and temples.
Some other beautiful places in kerala apart from this are Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur, Alleppey, and some others which will make your jaw drop because of their beautiful scenic views. Have a great time in Kerala and let us know what you liked the most!