Munnar is a charming hill station of Kerala that receives numerous tourists from all parts of the world. It is indeed a beautiful locale for people seeking to escape from the sultry heat of South India. The tea plantations are an added attraction apart from the lofty Nilgiri Hills and incredible natural beauty that includes lush greenery, spice gardens and an abundance of flora and flora.
The city is known for its beautiful backwaters predominantly. However, it is equally imported for the spectacular beaches, and gorgeous temples that have both nature lovers and religious minded eager to explore the region. The Ayurvedic spas along with multiple wellness centres in and around Alleppey happen to be intensely popular with the visitors as well.
The largest business centre and commercial capital of Kerala is the city of Kochi. Although an urban centre, the old world charm and exquisite beauty of nature make it an unmissable destination for tourists. It has a rich cultural past that has been influenced by the foreign powers that gained entry into India and enriched its history.
Thekkady is virtually synonymous with the Periyar National Park and India’s first Tiger Reserve, the largest tiger reserve across India. The spot is an ideal jungle destination and a must visit for tourists who are enamoured by the forests and wildlife. Murikkady situated 5km away from Thekkady is also well known for its amazing variety of spices with the spice gardens being thronged with tourists eager to observe the spices growing in nature. It doubles up as a popular picnic spot as well.
This is a district town that lies within the heart of the Western Ghats. The place is known as a green paradise on account of the amazing greenery evident here. It is located at the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu and offers a number of options for the tourists. The town is well known for its spice plantations and wildlife.
Flourishing across the banks of River Mandakini; Janaki Kund is a religious and spiritual place dedicated to Goddess Sita. Legend says that Janaki Kund was the place where the Goddess used to take a bath during her exile period of 11 years.