Don’t Miss These 30 Places On Your Next Visit To Kerala
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Don’t Miss These 30 Places on Your Next Visit to Kerala

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Whether you are looking for packages on Kerala honeymoon, family vacation or a solo trip to explore the “God’s Own Country”, you are in for a treat! Kerala is a destination that has a little bit of something for everyone. It is no surprise that it is one of the most popular holiday destinations for people from all around the world. With its wealth of greenery, amazing backwaters, and interesting attractions, you should make Kerala your next holiday destination. Look for your dream Kerala Tour here.

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Top 30 Places to Visit in Kerala

While you are in Kerala, you will never miss an opportunity to see some of the most wonderful sights. With Kerala holiday packages, you can make sure that you visit its most famous and spectacular places. Here is a look at 30 of the best places to visit in Kerala:

  1. Wayanad: If you are looking for a mix of nature and luxury, there is no place better than Wayanad. The stunning sunrises and sunsets, mesmerizing plantations, glistening streams, flowing rivers and abundant bursts of greenery make this one of the perfect places to visit in Kerala. If you want to have a unique stay, you should check out the tree house resorts in Wayanad; they have everything you need for a comfortable, luxurious stay in the midst of nature. Click here to see 50+ awesome Kerala Trip itineraries.Wayanad(Image Source – Pixel Armada)
  2. Munnar: If you are on a Kerala tour, you should not miss visiting Munnar. You can visit the tea plantations here and go for walks and tea tasting. This hill station in the Idukki district is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kerala. Apart from beautiful tea plantations, there are picturesque valleys that make for amazing photo ops. You should also visit the Tata Tea Museum in Nullatanni, where you can taste some of the finest teas in India, make your tea or get tips from experts on how to become a qualified tea taster. Ready for a weekend at Kerala? Call: 011-49058399 or,  Click to get a Callback.
  3. Thekkady: If you are on a quest to see the gentle giants of India, the majestic elephants, you should make sure to visit Thekkady. They are everywhere here; you will even see them wandering freely on the streets. You can even ride an elephant to make your trip even more memorable. Thekkady is also known for its plantations where you can see a variety of spices growing. Also, Read Top 8 Places for Honeymoon in Kerala.
  4. Alleppey: You cannot complete Kerala tour without making a trip to the amazing backwaters of Alleppey. In fact, this is one of the favourite destinations for people who visit the state. With countless coconut groves and serene nature all around, you will love every minute of your stay here. Alleppey is known for its toddy food shops, entertainment shows, houseboat cruises, and water-related activities that you can enjoy throughout the year. Can’t wait for a romantic trip to Kerala? Call: 011-49058399  or, Click Here to select your preferred itinerary.Alleppey(Image Source – Nitin Prabhudesai)
  5. Periyar Jungle: Likely to be one of the most exciting places in Kerala, Periyar Jungle is the ideal place to go if you want to explore the wild in South India. This is the perfect place to spot elephants, zebras, and panthers, and if you are lucky, even tigers and lions. Don’t forget to carry your camera to bring back some great shots. Visit the spice plantations, go canoeing, bird-watching and explore the waterfalls to make your visit worth-while. Also, Read Selected Top 10 Places To Visit In Kerala.   
  6. Varkala Beach: Situated in Thiruvananthapuram, Varkala Beach is without one of the most famous beaches in Kerala. It is also known as the Papanasam Beach – ‘Papanasam’ means ‘wash away your sins’ – and is believed to be able to wash away your sins if you take a dip in its blue waters. If you visit this beach, you should also take time to check out the cliffs which geologists have named Varkala Formation. These cliffs have been declared as a geological monument by the Geological Survey of India. Click here to check 15+ Kerala Beach itineraries, & see the one suits you.Varkala Beach
  7. Fort Kochi: The first European township in India, Fort Kochi is a place that is worth the trip when you are in Kerala. The Church of St. Francis, beautiful pristine beaches, and European-inspired architecture are just some of the attractions of this beautiful part of the state. There are Kerala holiday packages that include Fort Kochi, among their list of places to see. 
  8. Kasargod: Why visit Kasargod? For one, to see the largest fort in Kerala, the Bekal Fort. It is one of the most important places to see when you are in the state. Being one of the most historically significant monuments in the southern part of India, Kasargod is a must-visit. Look for your dream Kerala Tour here.Kasargod
  9. Thrissur: This is where one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in India is located – Athirappilly Waterfalls. Apart from this, Thrissur is also renowned for its wildlife, which includes creatures like the lion-tailed macaque, bison, leopard, Asiatic elephant and Sambar deer. This is one of the best places in Kerala for nature lovers. Ready for a weekend at Kerala? Call: 011-49058399 or,  Click to get a Callback.
  10. Chembra Peak: If you are looking to go trekking while in Kerala, you should take a trip to Chembra Peak. You can enjoy stunning views of whole Wayanad from the peak’s summit. You can also get a glimpse of the famous heart-shaped lake on the way to the peak. Also, Read About The Top Hill Stations In Kerala.Chembra Peak
  11. Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary: A protected area of Kerala, the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a must-visit during your trip to the state. The sanctuary is home to 34 species of mammals, 22 species of amphibians and more than 150 species of butterfly. With a scenic backdrop and activities like trekking and bird-watching to pass your time, you will love every minute of your visit to this place. Click here to see 50+ awesome Kerala Trip itineraries.
  12. Vangamon: Best visited during the summer due to its cool climate, Vangamon is known as one of the most alluring and exciting places in Kerala. You should consider visiting this place while on a Kerala tour. It is surrounded by natural beauty and is famous for its abundance of beautiful orchids and flowers. It is also an ideal place for paragliding, rock climbing, moderate trekking, etc. Vangamon
  13. Kuruva Island: Also known as Kuruva Dweep, is a preserved river delta that holds a group of islands in the Kabini River. Kuruva Island is known for its rich flora and fauna and calm ambience. If you are looking for a tranquil getaway, head to Kuruva Island and enjoy a peaceful boat ride on the river. Can’t wait for a romantic trip to Kerala? Call: 011-49058399  or, Click Here to select your preferred itinerary.
  14. Eravikulam National Park: Another place you must visit when you are in the Idukki district is the Eravikulam National Park. It is home to some of the world’s most endangered and vulnerable species. You can also get a close look at the magnificent Lakkom Waterfalls, which along with the Cauvery river, serve as a natural water source to the diverse wildlife of the region.Resort
  15. Anamudi Peak: When you are visiting the Eravikulam National Park, you should not miss visiting the Anamudi Peak – ‘the jewel of Kerala’. If you are an adventurer, you will love a trek to the top of the peak, to get an amazing view of the rushing rivers. However, before trekking to the top of the peak, you need to get permission from the authorities of the park. Read About the Luxurious Resorts & Activities For Honeymoon In Kerala.
  16. Cherai Beach: One of the best beaches in Kochi, Cherai Beach is a must-visit when you are in Kerala. It is less crowded than most of the other beaches and is very well-maintained and clean. If Kochi is part of your Kerala holiday package, you should not miss going to this beach. It is a great place for families, couples and groups of friends looking to have some fun in the sun. 
  17. Santa Cruz Basilica: Built during the colonial period by the Portuguese, the Santa Cruz Basilica is a superb place to visit while you are in Fort Kochi. It is one of the prominent landmarks here, telling a tale of the Portuguese influence and its impact on the region’s culture. No matter what time of the year you are in Kochi, you should visit the church. Look for your dream Kerala Tour here.Santa Cruz Basilica
  18. Hill Palace of Tripunithara: Known as Kerala’s largest archaeological palace, the Hill Palace is situated in a town in Kochi called Tripunithara. With 49 buildings in the palace’s complex, you will have a great time exploring the different structures and getting a close look at their architectural details. You can walk around and enjoy the heritage museum,  historic park,  children’s park, deer park and lots more. Ready for a weekend at Kerala? Call: 011-49058399 or,  Click to get a Callback.
  19. Punnamada Lake: This is a significant site in Alleppey that is known for the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, Kerala’s famous tourist attraction. Boat clubs from all over the state come to participate in the race, which is held every year on the second Saturday of August. If you want to experience the excitement of this boat race, make sure that you visit Kerala during this time. Also, Read About The Famous Bollywood Songs Shot At Kerala.Punnamada Lake
  20. Krishnapuram Palace: This palace is the reason why Alleypey is a famous destination for tourists visiting Kerala. One of the many things it is famous for is its vast collection of palaces and old houses. If you want to be taken back to another time, there is no better place to visit than the Krishnapuram Palace. Every nook and cranny of the palace boasts Kerala’s rich traditional architectural style. It is undoubtedly one of the most interesting places to visit in Kerala. Know someone getting married? Help him/her to get the best Kerala Honeymoon packages on Tripshelf, Click Here.
  21. Alappuzha Lighthouse: This lighthouse, built in 1862, is one of the most prominent attractions in the coastal town of Alappuzha. It was a landmark for countless traders, especially the colonial people from Portugal, Netherlands, and England. The Alappuzha Lighthouse was open to the public in 2007 and draws thousands of visitors every year since then. 
  22. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary: If you are an avid bird watcher, you simply must visit Kumarakom for its famous bird sanctuary. Spread over 14 acres, the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary attracts a wide array of bird species from all over the world. Apart from bird watching, you can go on a boat ride on the Vembanad Lake or Kavanar River, and visit the nearby museum. Look for your dream Kerala Tour here.
  23. Vellayani Lake: If you are looking for a quiet place in Kerala to spend the weekend, the Vellayani Lake is perfect. Located 7 km from Kovalam, this freshwater lake is great for a cookout and boat rides. If you are here during the Onam festival, do not miss the traditional boat races organised every year. With vast paddy fields, grand coconut groves and abundant natural beauty, the Vellayani Lake is a definite visit. 
  24. Valiyathura Pier: If you are on a Kerala honeymoon, you should make sure that you visit the Valiyathura Pier – one of the most romantic spots in the state. It is the picture-perfect place to watch a mesmerising sunset. It is also a fabulous spot to take loads of pictures and capture the beautiful moments of your honeymoon. Click here to see 50+ awesome Kerala Trip itineraries.
  25. Hawah Beach: If you are in Kovalam during your holiday in Kerala, make sure to go to the Hawah Beach. It is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in this part of the state. Go for an early morning walk on the beach to catch a glimpse of fishermen busy in making their living. This is an incredible way to experience the region’s culture. Look for your dream Kerala Tour here.Hawah Beach
  26. Paramekavu Bhagavathy Temple: One of the largest temples in India, Paramekavu Bhagavathy Temple is one of the best attractions in Kerala. It is one of the numerous temples that take part in Thrissur Pooram, one of Kerala’s major festivals. You can see the awe-inspiring traditional architectural style of the state displayed in every inch of the temple. 
  27. Chimmony Wildlife Sanctuary: Located in Thrissur district’s Mukundapuram Taluk, Chimmony Wildlife Sanctuary is another unforgettable place to visit on your Kerala tour. It is home to hundreds of different species of birds and a protected area for a wide range of wildlife. You should visit the sanctuary during the rainy or winter season. Ready for a weekend at Kerala? Call: 011-49058399 or,  Click to get a Callback.
  28. Pakshipathalam Caves: With a name referring to the richness of birdlife, the Pakshipathalam Caves are a great place for bird watchers as well as adventure and nature lovers. Lying in the Brahmagiri hill range, it is believed that the caves were used by ancient saints for meditation. If you do not mind going off the beaten path, head for the Pakshipathalam Caves.
  29. Edakkal Caves: Another important place to visit while you are in Kerala are the Edakkal Caves in Wayanad. With carvings that date back to at least 6000 BC, these caves give you an amazing insight into the prehistoric civilisations. The Edakkal Caves, discovered by Fred Fawcett, are now considered to be an extremely important part of the history and development of various civilizations. Look for your dream Kerala Tour here.
  30. Banasura Sagar Dam: The Banasura Sagar Dam in Kalpetta is the biggest earth dam in India and second-biggest of its class in Asia. Made up of huge rocks and stones, it is an awe-inspiring sight and a definite visit during your trip to Kerala. With a backdrop of majestic mountains and hills, the dam is structured in the Banasura Lake where you can go speed boating. This is also an excellent place for those who love to trek. 

With Kerala tour packages, you can get to see some of the most beautiful and exciting places in the state and get superb deals and offers to top it all off! With its abundance of natural beauty and a vast array of diverse attractions, it is not surprising that this beautiful part of southern India is called God’s Own Country. The next time you are planning a trip, choose Kerala and marvel at the wonders you see and experience this fantastic destination.

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5 Replies to “Don’t Miss These 30 Places on Your Next Visit to Kerala

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