Kerala is revered as God’s own country for its natural beauty. The backwaters and beaches of this South Indian state are what draw many to this place. It is a very popular tourist destination and a highly recommended one for honeymooners. If you want to visit the most tranquil and beautiful places that South India has where you can spend the most special moments of togetherness with your newly wed partner, then you should definitely head out to Kerala.
Planning you trip to Kerala
Kerala is a pretty large state to cover, and hence, it is important that you have a travel plan ready. Do some research, fix upon the places that you would like to visit and then book your tickets and make arrangements for your accommodations. In case you are getting married soon and are searching for a good Kerala Honeymoon Package,ensure that some of the following romantic destinations are there in your Kerala tour itinerary.
Let’s take a look at some of the most beautiful places to visit in Kerala for your Honeymoon:
One of the most celebrated and frequently visited places in Kerala is this lovely hill station called Munnar. This breathtakingly beautiful hill station offers a picturesque view of the surrounding hill slopes that are covered by organic tea farms. Located in the Western Ghats, this hill station rests at a height of about 1524mts above sea level. It is also the meeting place of three rivers- Nallathanni, Kundalay, and Mudrapuzha. It was during the days of the British that the colonizers thought that the lovely slopes were ideal for organic tea farming, and hence, they set up rows and rows of tea plantations! This quaint little place, away from all din and cacophony of the city, is one of the best places to relax when visiting Kerala.
Alleppey is known for its backwaters. It was Lord Curzon, who termed this place as the “Venice of the East”. The perfect way to enjoy the backwaters at Alleppey is to rent a houseboat from where you can enjoy the daily life and beauties that are so natural to backwaters. In fact, Kerala is famed for the backwaters of Alleppey. It is best to visit this place after the month of September after the rains have stopped. If you want to, you can also check out the beach here. Great food and a nice atmosphere make this place one of the ideal tourist destinations in Kerala.
Located very close to Cochin, Kumarakom is one of the most frequently visited tourist destinations in Kerala. It has a bird sanctuary that is spread over 14 acres of land! So, if you love to watch birds, you know now which place you must visit. One of the most popular tourist spots over here is the Vembanad Lake. If you were wondering, which is the longest lake in India and the largest in Kerala, well this is the one! Kumarakom is the ideal place for a relaxing Ayurvedic massage as well, which is another reason for its popularity!
Known for the famous Periyar Tiger Reserve, this beautiful location is not to be missed on your Kerala tour.The experience of cruising on the Periyar lake for a jungle safari is one which cannot be explained in words.If it is the right season, you would find hers of Elephants along the shore of the lake.And if you are really lucky, you may even sight a tiger in the wild.
Kovalam is located in the south part of Kerala and is known for its pristine beaches and sunset.Another thing for which Kovalam is famous for are the ayurveda resorts along the beach the most famous among them being the Somatheeram Ayurveda Resort.
These are some of the most popular tourist destinations in Kerala that you should check out. Add a few from your wish list, combine them with these, pack your bags and head out to God’s own country- Kerala!