A stunningly massive coastline running against the Arabian Sea, The beautiful Kerala is as the natives say “God’s Own Country”. Present on the Malabar coast, this State of India is blessed with a scenic beauty found nowhere else in the world. From a gigantic coast, to backwaters and palm-lined beaches, one cannot help but fall for its beauty. There is much to see and explore in the fascinating place, for travellers and backpackers from all over the world it’s a sight to behold. The experience is only made better with the government policies that make this place all the more welcoming and the people themselves who flaunt a staggering literacy rate of 100%. You will not be held back by any language or communication barriers harem everyone is fluent in English.
Kerala will be a memorable destination for you, it offers a natural variety unlike nowhere else. You can find yourself at a hill station in Wayanad where you can stay on a houseboat inside the backwaters of this beautiful state and then finally you can rest your head beholding the beautiful skies on a beach to complete the circle. In Alleppey, the modern houseboats rival the comforts and looks of a world-class hotel room, with facilities like air conditioners, modern toilets, living rooms, a kitchen and even a balcony for all of your angling endeavours. Experience an uninterrupted view of life in the backwaters dotted with coconut trees. A perfect place to visit with your family or a beloved, with its laidback canals and lush greenery.
Kerala is a tourist and backpacking friendly destination with world-class amenities. The tourism authorities of the state promote amazing activities for the tourists. While in Munnar, you can stay and watch The Neelakurinji Bloom. In Munnar, you will be tempted to try the Varied Tea flavours grown against the western ghats, watch the world-famous Snake boat race in Alleppey and then satiate your love for animals by bathing these gentle giant elephants in Kodanad.
Alappuzha beach with a 137-year-old pier and an old 17th-century lighthouse built by the Portuguese adds to the appeal of this place. It is famous for its boat races, marine products, and coir industry. Many places in Kerala will give you a forever lasting memory that will be etched into your heart. To enjoy the chilling nature of Hill Stations you should visit Munnar & Wayanad during the winter season. September to January is the recommended season to visit Kerala for hill stations.
Once you have had your fill of adventure, sit back and take your tastebuds for an adventure for you will find some interesting cuisines here, each religion from Muslims to Syrian Christians have developed their own cuisine and style of preparation. The Moplah cuisine of the Malabar region has a flavour that you can carry in your heart. Kerala cuisine has an abundance of coconut, rice, tapioca and spices like black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and ginger. Start your day with the Puttu and Kadala curry, a beloved breakfast staple. Eat the Malabar Parotta with Kerala beef curry, savour the texture of the fabled Kerala prawn curry (chemmeen curry)
Don’t worry even If you are an economy traveller, you won’t miss out on any of these things, come on vacation with Fly Paradise where you can avail the same facilities in locally developed places. Come to Kerala with us, come and sightsee and relax your nerves in the local spas which will rekindle your spirits. Make a plan to Visit Kerala and its many wonderful destinations.
Things to do
- Visit the amazing Coffee fields in Wayanad
- Go on a long and relaxing houseboat trip
- Experience amazing local cuisines and seafood
- Catch fish in the local canal and go on angling trips
- Visit the local market to buy many souvenirs
- Experience the rich history of this state.
- Watch Theyyam at Kochi
Places to visit
- Alappuzha- famous for its Backwater cruises & Alappuzha Beach
- Munnar – Perfect For A Romantic Honeymoon
- Vagamon for some solitude.
- Wayanad - The Land Of Heavenly Trails
- The tiger reserve in Thekkady
Activities to do
- Catch fishes with the local fishermen
- Take a stroll and try the many different tea flavours
- Bathe the giant elephants!
- Sightsee and admire the rich wildlife
- See the many exotic birds in Kumarakom
- Gawk at the amazing architecture in Fort Kochi