Kerala is one of the most alluring states of south India. The state is blessed with great natural beauty and is also called “God’s own Country”. Kerala has high standards of living compared to other Indian states. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The state’s tourism agenda promotes ecologically sustained tourism which focuses on local culture, adventures and personal growth of local population. Why visit Kerala? I’m sure you are curious to know the answer to this.
Here are the reasons why Kerala is God’s Own Country.
Guruvyur : Getting into spirituality..
GURUVYUR is the spiritual spot located in Thrissur district. The Guruvayur Temple is a famous Sri Krishna temple and is one of the most important places of worship for Hindus and is often referred to as “Bhooloka Vaikuntam” which translates to the holy abode of Vishnu on Earth.
Ponmudi : Because heaven is sometimes based above the sea level.
Based at an elevation of 1100m above sea level, If you are in love with trekking, then Ponmudi is the best place to visit where you find Meenumutty falls, Namkaran waterfall. Ponmudi will make you fall in love with nature as you’ll be walking under the open sky on the humid grass. For more on Trekking, checkout this article What is Trekking?
Munnar : Because Chai is Love!
MUNNAR is one of the best places to visit in Kerala for a honeymoon. Walk around the Tea Plantations to experience the best of saturated colours that’ll make you fall in love with Kerala, God’s own country.
Thekkady : Exploring the Flora and Fauna of this land.
THEKKADY is simply a heaven & a prime place to visit for a wildlife lover. Here you see the nearly extinct species of animals and Moozhiyar to Thekkady Gavi is the popular trail in south India.
Kerala has much more than what we think.
Talking about Safety, Kerala is safe to travel to because as a tourist you won’t be going into deep interiors of any locality and also won’t be traveling at late nights and the Families here are welcoming. Kerala is a state with Malayalees as the major population, the nightlife around is not so popular. The major chunk of public work at daytime and return to home between 8 pm to 10 pm.
Police force across Kerala is always approachable as you can see many people reach to them for any kind of location information or any other valuable information.
Kerala is a quite developed as a tourist destination, which means there are options available at both ends of the market – luxury and budget, both. So a lot depends on how you choose to travel.
How Much does it cost?
An average of Rs. 1500-2000 should be enough to let you enjoy each and everything about Kerala( Food+Transport+Stay )
So 15,000 INR for a week should be a pretty comfortable budget allowing you to stay in decent places.
KERALA is an amazing place to visit and experience the nature.
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Anjali, Travel Blogger and a Student.