June 10, 2024

Munnar To Athirapally, Best Places To Visit In Kerala

Munnar, a hill station in Kerala, was once a British summer resort. It's now a popular honeymoon destination with resorts, picturesque towns, and holiday facilities. The town is home to exotic flora.

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Athirappilly waterfalls, Kerala's most famous and largest, are over 80 ft high and a popular picnic spot. Located 63 km from Thrissur district, it's part of the Chalakudy River and is part of the West

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Thekkady, a serene destination nestled in Kerala's rolling hills and lush forests, offers a serene escape from the monotony of city life.

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Kumarakom, a Kerala backwater destination, offers boating, fishing, cottages, and traditional Kettuvalloms. Popular destinations include Backwater Heritage, Serviced Villahibiscus, and The Zuri Kumara

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Wayanad, a district in Kerala, is renowned for its camping trails, waterfalls, caves, bird-watching sites, and diverse flora and fauna. It's also a popular tourist destination with exotic products.

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Nelliyampathy Hill ranges, spanning 467m to 1,572m, are a breathtaking sight from Nenmara, Palakkad district. Accessing Nelliyampathy requires navigating 10 hairpin bends on a road leading to Pothundy

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Alappuzha, known as the Venice of the East, is renowned for boat races, backwater holidays, beaches, marine products, and coir industry. Its 137-year-old pier, Vijaya Beach Park, and old lighthouse.

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