KERALA DESTINATIONS

Cochin
This city is situated besides the Arabian Sea, which gives the view of incredible scenes of prosperous state. Kochi or Cochin is famous for the boat ride and culture activities like dance forms (Kathakali) etc. The other major attractions to see in Cochin are Backwaters, Marine drive, Kochi fort, Hill palace, Mattancherry palace, Santa Cruz cathedral basilica church, Bolgatty palace, Willingdon island, St. Francis church, Pallipuram fort.
Munnar
Munnar, located at Idukki district, means “three rivers”. The rivers at which bank this city is situated are Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. Munnar is beautiful hill station where many tea and coffee plantation is done. Munnar is the known hill station in the south India. The main attractions in Munnar are Tata tea museum, rose garden, CSI church, echo point, Eravilulam national park, Rajmala wildlife sanctuary, Chinnar wildlife sanctuary and waterfalls.
Thekkady
Thekkady is well known place for the adventure, fun and wildlife. In Thekkady, wildlife sanctuary is there which is famous for the wildlife destination in the south. The most famous wildlife is Periyar wildlife sanctuary, where many flora and fauna is found. The major attractions in Thekkady are Periyar wildlife, Kumily, Murikkady, Mangla devi temple and vandiperiyar.
Kollam
Kollam is well known for the cashew plantation. The kollam is famous for the adventure activities. Kollam has many waterfall and lake as a tourist destination. Some of the main attractions in the Kollam are Palaruvi waterfall, ashtamudi lake, chavara, adventure park, rameshwara temple, thevalli palace, kottukal rockcut cave temple and light house.
Kovalam
Kovalam is a water city where you will enjoy all the water activities. Kovalam is also known as beach town because of its location near Arabian sea. The three main beaches of Kovalam are lighthouse beach, Hawa beach and Samudra beach. The other main attractions are jama masjid, thiruvallam parasurama temple, vizhinjam rock cut cave and koyikkal palace.
Kumarakom
Kumarakom is famous for the backwaters. Kumarakom is situated at the Vembanad lake backside which is the biggest freshwater lake. Kumarakom is home for many flora and fauna and other migratory birds. This place is basically a bunch of many little islands which increase the beauty of the place. The other tourist places to visit in Kumarakom are Driftwood museum, Bird sanctuary, Pathiramanal island, Vembanad lake and Aruvikkuzhi waterfall.
Kottayam
Kottayam is situated at the Basin of Meenachil River and Vambanad backwaters. This city is main trading centre of commercial crops and spices. Kottayam is surrounded with many other tourist destinations like Peermade, Munnar, Thekkady and Ernakulam. Kottayam is also known as the city of letters or Akshara Nagri as it is homeland of books and periodicals and is centre of publishing business in state. The other main tourist’s destinations are Kumarakom, Vembanad Lake, Boat race, bird sanctuary, Elaveezhapoonchira, Poonjar palace, kurisumala and Wagamon.
Wayanad
Wayanad is a place where still many tribal communities resides. Wayanad is well known for much tourism like adventure, pilgrimage, recreational and historical. The Wayanad also has some famous peaks like chembra peak, banasura peak and brahmagiri. The other tourist attractions in Wayanad are Thirunelli temple, Edakkal caves, Kuruva islands, bird sanctuary, Pallikunnu church, Pookode lake and Meenmutty falls.
Alleppey
Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is very famous tourist destination for the backwaters in Kerala. Besides, backwaters, Alleppey is also known for beautiful beaches which give the view of Arabian sea. The other main attractions in Alleppey are Alappuzha Beach, Backwaters, Edathua church, Krishnapuram palace, Sri Krishna Temple and Chavara Bhavan.