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5 Most Captivating Destinations in Kerala

April 18, 2019

About the Blog: Kerala, natural heaven, welcomes millions of tourists every year to explore the beautiful sceneries and historical marvels.


India has always charmed people with its rich cultural heritage, secularism and the unique historical architectures. Every Indian state has something special for travellers. People who visit India are left awe-struck by its beauty and exotic archaeological sites. It always feels good to know more about the country you live in, thus, explore this amazing city with us.

Kerala, situated in the southern part of the nation, is a paradise. The name, God’s Own Country was coined up for Kerala because people were amazed at the natural beauty it possessed. Naturally, this became a major attraction for the tourists and more than thousands of them began visiting the city. Know more about the places to visit in this city with this list:

  • Thekkady:

Kerala’s wonderful wildlife sanctuary/national park, Periyar National Park is situated in the Thekkady. The place is approximately 145 km from Cochin International Airport and 141km from Madurai Airport. Places to visit nearby this park are Mangala Devi Temple, Anakkara, Chellar Kovil and Murikady. It is a delight to watch the magnificent flora and fauna that is present at this place. Bird-Watching, Boating and Observing the Wildlife is something people love to do here.




  • Fort Kochi:

Stationed near the Arabian Sea, Fort Kochi is an extremely captivating spot. The place is soothing and will calm your mind down. Experience the fascinating history associated with this place. Around the year 1503, Fort Kochi was utilized as the trading area by the Portuguese sailors/explorers. This place had immense importance in ancient times. Even today, Fort Kochi is used as a trading point for import and export activities. Fishing is the major occupation for the natives of this place.



  • Kovalam:

the primary choice for travelers because the water comforts their soul. Kovalam hence consists of lighthouses and alluring beaches. Boating is common at this place and fishing again is the main profession of the people. Most of the crowd that comes here is extremely enthusiastic and full of positivity. Thus, this place is a true paradise for tourists.  



  • Alleppey:

Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha is a small yet captivating district in Kerala. The Centre for Science and Environment has listed Alleppey as one of the cleanest Indian states. A fascinating blend of all the cultures, you can visit the famous church situated in Kokkamangalam. Legend has it that this church was built by one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ. The St. Andrews Basilica is another major attraction here.



  • Munnar:

The perfect hill station town of Kerala, Munnar is a wonderful place to head onto this summer. The station in the Idukki district, this town attracts numerous tourists towards it. The exotic landscapes and serenity in the environment will refresh your mind and body. Approximately, 1600 m above sea level, Munnar is the active hotspot for tourists.



Visit Kerala for a heavenly experience and find your true self amidst the magnificent culture that prevails in the city. For an extraordinary experience, book your own holiday membership with Country Holidays Inn & Suites. Here you’ll get a luxurious resort to stay in and enjoy the extra facilities too. Book your travel membership plan now.

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