Kerala although is a narrow strip of land situated between the Arabian Sea on the west and the Western Ghats on East yetis a scenic spot that is regarded as the destination of a lifetime. This state has eternal beauty with the beautiful treasures of the land like the palm fringed beaches in Kovalam and Varkala. The calmness of the backwaters in Kuttanad and Kumarakom, the magnificence of the surging hills in Munnar and Vagamon or the enchanting woods in Thekkady and the Silent Valley are all worth a visit. Thus this small terrain holds diverse geographical features and mesmerizing cultural experience for honeymooners.
Kerala is easily accessible from any part of the country as well as from outside. It has three major international airports Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, Cochin International Airport and Calicut International Airport and is thus can be easily reached via airways. Almost all major trains reach Kerala through railways with the Thiruvananthapuram central being the busiest railway station and the state also has an extensive road network and thus is also connected through road.
With tourism blossoming in this state, many luxurious resorts and hotels have been built here for the tourists. Some of the best places to stay include the seaside resorts at Varkala and Kovalam where there is a wide range of 5 star luxurious hotels. The capital city of Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode and Kochi also have many luxurious 5 star hotels. The three star retreats include the Kovalam Beach Retreat or the Kumarakom Lagoon that assure equal comfort and are easy on the budget. The honeymooners can also hire Houseboats on the backwaters of Kerala, between Allepey and Kollam on their honeymoon tour. There is also luxury accommodation around the Periyar wildlife sanctuary with both forest rest houses and budget accommodation.
Kerala has a rich natural and cultural heritage that makes it one of the most favourite tourist destinations in India. It has amalgamation of activity rich places that include sight-seen places such as hill stations and beaches, historical places as well as temples. Here are some of the major activity and honeymoon attractions in Kerala.
#1: Spice Tours and Coffee Plantations : Kerala is famous for its natural plantation of coffee and spices and there are many resorts that offer the authentic experience in the midst of nature in Munnar, Thekkady or Wayanad.
#2: Tourist Villages : You can have authentic rural experience in the interiors of Kerala in the tourist villages and the Veli Lake.
#3: Theyyam and Kathakali :
The cultural richness of Kerala can be witnessed by enjoying the traditional dances of Theyyam and Kathakali by the indigenous artists in the temples of Kerala.
#4: Architectures and Forts in Kochi : It you want to explore places that are rich in cultural heritage then do visit Kochi and enjoy the Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and British imprints here in the churches and forts.
#5: Bird Watching :
The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary should be on your must visit list whenever you visit Kerala because the place I is breath-taking. You can spot rare migratory birds such as the egret, heron, waterfoul and Siberian crane here while on a boat cruise.
#6: Jungle Rides : Situated 190 km from Kochi, Thekkady is one of the most popular spots in Kerala due to its diverse forest cover, fauna and aquatic life. Also, the Periyar jungle ride covers the views of the lovely Iddukki town and Mullaperiyar Dam.
#7: Kerala Beaches :
Kerala is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the country and the stunning view of sunset at these beaches can become a memory of a lifetime for you and your partner.
#8: Bike Rides through Munnar : If you want to enjoy some thrill during your trip to Kerala then do take a bike ride through the wonderful Munnar to enjoy dairy farms, tea estates, sandal-wood forests and ancient dolmens. The fresh mountain air, the flora and fauna, mist-clad hills and panoramic views will make it a trip of a life-time.
The cuisine of Kerala is extremely popular with its exotic tastes and the mouth-watering cuisine surely should be delved in while in the state. The typical indigenous dishes that should be on your favourites list include Puttu and Kadala Curry, Kerala Prawn Curry, Kerala style Fish Moly, Dosa Ghee Roast with Kerala Style Sambar and the Idiyappam with Egg Curry.
So do take out time to visit Kerala – The most astounding Gods own country.