Southern India’s one state Kerala is called God’s own country. With its lush, verdant landscapes, pure waterways, and idyllic climate, this lovely place is referred to as paradise.
Many reasons can be concluded: why is it called so? Below are a few of them discussed.
Rich In Greenery
The diverse flora and fauna are found at the Periyar National Tiger Park, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Wayanad Reserve, Eravikulam Reserve, and Silent Valley Park. In fact, Kerala features a number of well-known hill towns that are close to nature, like Ponmudi, Wayanad, and Munnar.
Kerala’s immaculate beaches. Beaches like Kovalam, Varkala, Kappad, and Payyambalam are undoubtedly must-sees. The only drive-in beach in South India, Muzhappilangad must be added to your list.
Wonderful Tourist Places
Thekkady is home to the largest Tiger Reserve in the nation. Bekal Fort, a tiny community in the Kasaragod area, is a place rich in historical tales. Trivandrum, often known as Thiruvananthapuram, is the capital and largest city of Kerala and more such places are must-visit places of Kerala.
Kerala’s backwaters, and houseboats offer tourists much-needed tranquility. Kerala’s backwaters are a network of lagoons connected by rivers, canals, and small pools. The best backwaters hub in Kerala is Alleppey.
Foods & Tradition
The cuisine is absolutely distinct and mouth-wateringly delicious. The main cuisine is rice, and there is a wide variety of meat products. You must sample the seafood that is cooked in coconut gravy. The traditional martial technique known as Kalaripayattu is well preserved. One may actually observe many enduring traditions, including dancing styles, sports, Ayurveda, and more.