Visiting Kerala? Make Sure You Visit these Top 5 Cities!

The southern part of India has a lot of secrets concealed in it; according to a lot of travellers, it is the hub of dynamic beauty as well as wonderful lush green nature which is unique in its own. On one side, it has its jaw-dropping backwaters, on the other hand, it has dense, lush forests and greenery which is spread out through the entire range of hills present there. In a single word, Kerala is amazing! As a traveller, you should not compromise with your trip to Kerala because you need to add a certain number of places in your bucket-list which are mandatory for every visitor to this heavenly land also known as ‘God’s Own Country’.
 

What are the top 5 cities to visit?

 
It is difficult to choose from the several destinations which are pretty famous among the clan of tourists. However, there are certain cities which cannot be ignored in terms of their scenic beauty, and they are mentioned below in details:
 

Munnar:

Way to Munnar

The word ‘Munnar’ reflects the meaning three rivers; this is because this place is situated at the convergence of the rivers Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, as well as Kundala. This lush green beauty was once the summer resort for the British generals. In this city, one should not miss visiting the Eravikulam National Park, Tata Tea Museum, and apart from that, there is the highest peak in South India which is the Anamudi peak.
 

Thekkady:

Jeep Safari at Periyar Tiger Reserve

You should not miss visiting this majestic place which is a home to several birds and animals. This small hill station will entertain you at its fullest. This typical destination has a lot to offer such as Periyar National Park, Mangala Devi Temple, the famous waterfalls of Chellar Kovli, Murikkady and much more.
 

Kovalam:

The Lighthouse Beach

Kovalam is one of the best beaches in India which is crowded every year with a large number of tourists. It is known for its beaches such as Hawah beach, Lighthouse beach, Samudra beach, Chowara beach, as well as its fishing hamlet which is pretty famous. Apart from this, one can opt for a short trip to Thiruvananthapuram, Napier museum, and other famous destinations.
 

Alappuzha:

A Houseboat on the Backwaters

This destination is correctly termed as the Venice of the East; the tourists are familiar with the other name of it which is Alleppey. This place is famous for its backwaters where people tend to stay in houseboats to experience a romantic environment. What can be better than staying on a houseboat and consuming authentic seafood amidst the beautiful weather of the evening?
 

Kumarakom:

Migratory birds at Kumarakom

A region which is bounded by palm trees and coconut trees, Kumarakom is famous for its amazing destinations. It is the hub of migratory birds. With its amazing scenic beauty, it will obviously keep you spellbound once you visit it.
 
After being aware of all this, one will not miss opting for these amazing locations which are located in Kerala. Kerala is easily accessible throughout the rest parts of India through railway, roadway, and airway. Thus, transport should not be a thing to worry as you make sure that these top 5 cities in Kerala are included in your travel package.
 

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6 comments

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Shwetank Gupta July 11, 2018 at 6:28 pm

Known as God’s own country! I have already visited these beautiful places during my training days!

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Shreya Dutta July 11, 2018 at 10:40 pm

That’s great, Shwetank! I am sure you have fond memories from these cities!

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Trusha Gagnani July 11, 2018 at 9:18 pm

Added to the list of places to visit in Kerela. Thanks, Shreya

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Shreya Dutta July 11, 2018 at 10:41 pm

Sure! Do share your experience once you strike that off your wishlist!

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davinder singh July 13, 2018 at 12:56 am

very nice and informatic article.kerla is one of the most beautiful state to visit

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Shreya Dutta July 13, 2018 at 9:49 am

No wonder Kerala is called “God’s Own Country”!

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