Must Do Things in Kerala

Kerala being one of the most popular destinations among tourists is always the buzz of the travel world. This beautiful state in the south of India & is very fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’. And if you are fond of poetry, someone has perfectly described it as the ‘poem in green and gold’. Kerala is one of those must haves on the list if India is on your list.

Here’s a list of articles that will help you not miss out on this gorgeous place.

Must Go To Kerala For The Starters

If you’re in 2017 and it’s well not so economically great for you, you know but hey!, you don’t have to miss out on travelling and especially not on Kerala as we have got you covered. Here’s an article on Kerala Travels 2017: Tips To Plan Kerala Trip within Budget by Nivil that will tell you all about Budget Travel to this dream destination of many. The recently written article emphasizes on best seasons to visit that are summers i.e. from March to May or in December.

The article advises to advance booking tips to get rebates and discounts as it is a sort after destination.It tells you to prefer heavier vehicles with bigger storage than lighter ones which is contradictory to the regular know hows as they are a better option for commute. To know more check this blog out for yourselves.

Must Explore These Parts of The State

Once you are there, do not, I repeat, do not leave the land without doing these things. Read this article on 5 Amazing things To Do In Top Tourist Places In Kerala by below to unfold for yourself the wonders of Kerala all under one roof. From best boat race spots to best wildlife areas, this article has it all covered.

The major activities that the blog lists are: Elephant Shower and Bath in Thekkady, Gavi Jungle Jeep Safari in Periyar, Visit to Kodanad Elephant Training Centre in Ernakulam, Witnessing a Nehru Trophy Boat race in Alleppey and Exploring the Chinese Fishing Nets In Kochi.

Read this to learn about these activities elaborately.

Must Experience It In The Monsoons

According to this article on Kerala In The Monsoons by Mumbaikar Sudeepta Sanyal, one shouldn’t miss out on the beauty of Kerala in the very romantic La’ Mousson. Being a travel enthusiast her advice in this article seems pretty reliable when she talks about how the off season is actually ‘the’ season to visit Kerala. This very article captures the essence of the travel as it talks about the luxurious stays to the train rides to the beaches and even the spas.

It lists hidden places that one can visit namely; The Fort Cochin, Mattencherry, and what to look forward to there. It suggests one to head to Alleypey or Kumarakoram to find the best backwaters experience. The beaches of Marari and Varkala are a must too. It also included a paragraph about various new skills one can pick up in this beautiful Indian state that could range from learning to cool Kerala’s authentic cuisine to ayurvedic techniques or to learning kalaripayattu, a very famous martial art. Her blog is as follows. Personal tip; visit the blog for the amazing pictures if nothing else.

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