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Tourist Places in Kerala
'Kerala' literally means 'the land of coconut palms'. It is nature lovers' paradise. This beautiful Indian state, with around 600 kilometers of Arabian Sea coast, is a tropical symphony. When you are in Kerala, you will experience a culture and heritage that has thrived since ancient times.
Have you visited Kerala?
Here are some amazing tourist places in Kerala.
This spacious sandy beach is located in in Alappuzha district. It's an ideal place to unwind yourself. Surfing, parasailing, water skiing, and deep sea fishing are some popular activities here. The weather at Marari beach is warm and humid throughout the year.
Located in Western Ghats, this popular hill station is well-known for its large expanse of tea plantations, wild life, forests, valleys and mountains. This idyllic hill station is around 1,600 meters above sea level.
Even though many people say that this holy Hindu temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna, according to the temple authorities the presiding deity in the Garbhagraha (central shrine) is Mahavishnu. Located in Guruvayur, this temple is built in kerala architecture style. The presiding deity is worshipped according to the pooja routines laid down by the great philosopher and theologian Adi Sankaracharya. People call the diety Guruvayoorappan.
Periyar National Park
This protected area covers an area of about 777 square kilometers. Located in the Western Ghats, this national park houses animals like tigers, elephants, lion-tailed macaques, sambar deer, leopards and Indian bisons. Go for a boat cruise to enjoy magnificent views of wildlife, flora and fauna.
Alappuzha is well-known for its serene backwaters and houseboat cruises. People call this city the "Venice of India" because of its many canals, backwaters, beaches and lagoons.
Located in Thrissur district, this waterfall is formed by River Chalakudy, which originates in Western Ghats. It drops from around 80 feet.
Kolukkumalai Tea Estate
Located at around 7.900 feet above sea level, Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is the home to the highest tea plantation in the world. Misty views, colonial bungalows, and tea plantations in this hilly haven attract tourists from all over the world. Even though this tea estate is in Tamil Nadu, I am including it here because it is just around 20 miles from Munnar.