Why is Kerala so famous for Tourism?

Kerala tourism has an unchallenged position on the world tourism map. It has even found a place on the National Geographic’s 50 Places of a lifetime list. 

Kerala is a visual treat for the tourists, the sunny beaches, famed backwaters, serene hill stations, roaring waterfalls, great greenery, large tea & spice plantations and large coconut groves offer a wonderful experience for the visitors. The biggest advantage of these places is that they are well connected by road and rail while some are connected by air too. 

Thrill seekers and Nature lovers should reach Kerala for boosting their mood and increasing their happiness. Kerala is Nature’s feast to travelers who want to ward off their boring and unpleasant memories. Those who have had business failures, couples undergoing a rough phase in their marriage life, and friends who are looking for that wild reunion book their trip to Kerala.

Why? Nature is the cure to all ailments. What the four walls of your room cannot solve will be handled to perfection by the mountains and gushing rivers of this state. Travelers want to escape their bad mood and thoughts often rely on Nature’s therapy. Waterfalls massaging your head, rivers cleansing your mind and body, foods creating that magic in your soul, and the silence in Kerala make her travelers absorb happiness in the open.

The brackish backwaters of Alleppey have firmly built houseboats to make tourists connect with Nature. The “Kettuvallams” or Houseboats along with the seafood cuisine served makes for a memorable trip. While Kochi is the economic capital of Kerala, the attraction radar this state has on the foreign travelers is insurmountable. The fishing nets of China and enormous spices available in Kochi are alluring culinary enthusiasts and street photographers to this picturesque place.

The state is a paradise for the foodies as it is a land of spices. The mouth-watering seafood varieties and the unique cuisines offer a great culinary experience.

Thekkady has silent and adventurous retreats for adults who’d like to take up the Nature trail and youngsters that seek pleasure in taking the hard trek. One gets imbibed into the mists coming from the mountain. Periyar National Park is home to a herd of elephants and rare tigers. Elephants feeding on water and playing nearby the lake is a bliss to watch while boating in the Periyar Lake.

“Kerala is nothing but happiness dressed in Green and all beautiful shades.”

Bordered by the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Munnar looks resplendent and unspoiled and more in rhythm with Nature than other traveler-rich areas. The Kannan Devan Tea and Tata Tea estates contribute to the glistening quality of tea offered to travelers. If someone wants to know the spiritual and religious side of this state, they should attend the Thrissur pooram and visit Thrissur, the cultural capital of Kerala. Travelers are mesmerized by the caparisoned elephant parades and distinct musical instruments used during the festival.

Kannur is a famous British trading center with remnants of the colonial past. Visit St. Angelo Fort and take a gentle stroll in the Payyamabalam Beach. There is Aralam wildlife sanctuary to meet the fauna belonging to Kerala. The “City of Sculptures” or Kozhikode has a prominent past which has earned its moniker. Vadakkan Pattukal attracts the folk-loving crowd of the “City of Spices”. For foreigners, the sweet-meat street is a famous tourist spot for seeing the marketing skills of Keralites for selling products that are made in the locality.

“There is love and care inscribed in the mountains of Kerala.”

The protruding coconut trees in the beaches of Kerala is abundant in Kovalam. All profound ayurvedic retreats are popular in this place. Reenergize your mindful state and relax in the sandy beaches of Kovalam watching Sunsets in total peace.

Spices like Cardamom, Pepper, energetic Tea, and Genius Beethoven’s beautiful addiction Coffee are abundant in Wayanad along with all the rivulets, waterfalls, dams, and lakes. Travelers love Wayanad for its Cheetahs and Bears inside the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary. The Kowdiar Palace was the erstwhile official home of the Travancore royal family. A must-visit place in Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala. The land of coconuts is mostly visited by travelers due to the blend of development and heritage in Trivandrum.

Kerala is also famous for many festivals and cultural events such as Thrissur Pooram, Puli kali, various boat races, Athachamayam, Onam, Cochin Carnival etc…

You can also enjoy an authentic Ayurvedic experience while you are here. There are many hospitals and resorts here which offer many rejuvenation treatments based in Ayurveda.

It is also the state with highest literacy rate in the country so communication with the public will not be a big problem to the domestic and international tourists.

These are all some of the the prime reasons behind the popularity of Kerala tourism. If you want to spend some time in Kerala and want to explore this place, then contact keralatourism.holiday and ask them for the best Kerala tour packages.

Leave a Reply