The beauty of Kerala Trip for a heavenly experience

Sep 16 17:18 2021 Harry Suyal Print This Article

Kerala is a paradisiacal state on the Malabar Coast of India. The Beauty of Kerala Trip lies in its amazing beaches, captivating backwaters, wildlife, and ecotourism. National Geographic Traveler has named it as one of the ten paradises of the world.

Periyar,Guest Posting Wayanad, and Eravikulam are home to wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. The slopes of mountains support tea, coffee, and spice plantations. Network of canals and the Western Ghats add to the beauty of God’s own country. Lip-smacking cuisines, seafood, unique culture, treehouse-facing waterfalls, and houseboat cruise are other compelling reasons to visit Kerala.

The best time to visit Kerala is between October and February. This is the time when nature lovers can explore the plantations.

Top 10 Places to Visit in Kerala

  1. Alleppey

Alappuzha is famous for backwaters, which are a network of brackish canals, lakes, and rivers. Houseboat journeys, temples, and churches are the major attractions.

  1. Kochi

Kochi is the financial capital of Kerala. Chinese fishing nets, Paradesi Synagogue, Fort Kochi, and Mattancherry Palace are the main attractions.

  1. Thekkady

Thekkady is famous for Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. An elephant safari or a boat cruise over Periyar Lake is your opportunity to spot elephants and explore forests and wilderness.

  1. Munnar

Munnar is famous for tea gardens, scenic waterfalls, dams, and misty mountains. It is one of the best honeymoon places in India. Book Kerala Honeymoon Packages with TrueHAB to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience with your spouse.

  1. Thrissur

Thrissur is famous for its churches and temples. It was the ancient capital of the kingdom of Kochin. Vellayappam(rice hopper) is the specialty of the city to try at least once. 

  1. Kovalam

Kavalam is home to sandy beaches, coconut trees, and Ayurvedic healing centers.

  1. Thiruvananthapuram

Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Kanakakunnu Palace, Neyyar Dam, Napier Museum, and Shangumugham Beach are the main attractions in the state capital.

  1. Kozhikode

Kappad Beach, Beypore Beach, Tali Temple, Sweet Meat Street, and major trading ports of eastern spices are the main attractions in Kozhikode.

  1. Kannur

St. Angelo Fort, Payyamabalam Beach, Aralam wildlife sanctuary, and a ferry ride over the Laccadive Sea are the main attractions.

  1. Wayanad

Wayanad is the prime hill station in Kerala. You can cover Wayanad places to visit in 2 days. Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Lakkidi, Pookote Lake, Edakkal Caves, and Wayanad Heritage Museum are the main attractions.

Quick Kerala Holidays

Explore Beauty of Kerala with family, friends, and spouse. Kerala is a must-visit state for holidays with its scenic beauty, wildlife, hill station, and plantations. Customizable Kerala Tour Packages are available from Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Pune at Truehab.

Street Food in Kerala

Kerala offers lip-smacking street food to sample at least once during your trip. Satisfy your taste buds with the following delectable street food:

Sundal- It is a popular proteinaceous snack.

Fish Fingers- Fish fingers is a fish-based food made of flour, fish, and flavors.

Pazhampori (Banana fritters)- It is a favorite crispy snack in tows, cities, and hill-station of Kerala.

Kumbilappam- This food is steamed jackfruit dumplings wrapped in the leaves of the elamangalam plant.

Appam-Appam is a crispy rice pancake that every tourist should sample with stew and curries with coconut flavors.

Thattu Dosa-Small street stalls sell this authentic steamed dosa with coconut chutney.

Kerala Parotta/Malabar Parotta- This is Kerala version of parotta or flatbread like North Indian naan.

Puttu- Steamed rice roll is a favorite breakfast, which is eaten with Kadala curry.

Idiyappam-Noolappam or Idiyappam is an idli-shaped food eaten with egg curry or chana curry.

Must Read: Famous Street Food of Kerala
 

Kerala Famous Food

Arabian, Malabari, and French influences have shaped Kerala cuisine. Kerala is India’s spice hub.

Payasam- It is a sweet dessert of Kerala. Paal (milk) Payasam, Ada (Rice batter) Pradhaman and Kadala (lentil) are three different payasam in the state.

Sadhya- Sadhya is a multi-course meal with many vegetarian curries. It is regarded as the king of the Kerala dishes.

Malabar Biryani- It is made with basmati rice, meat, and spices. Malabar Biryani is considered the soul food of Malayalees.

Prawn Theeyal- This famous dish tastes well with breakfast snacks like idiyappam or appam.

Dosa- Sambar- Dosa is a favorite southern dish eaten with vegetable curry sambar.

Cassava- Cassava is delectable seafood that is combined with fish curry of state.

Naadan Kozhi Varuthathu- It is a spicy chicken dish.

 

Kerala Souvenirs

While on a visit to Kerala, tourists are spoiled for the choice to buy a keepsake to take home as a token of the visit to God’s own land.

Spices- You can buy Black pepper, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, and spice masala flavors for tea right from spice gardens in the state.

Tea and Coffee- Get authentic local tea from tea gardens and the tea factory at Munnar. Buy filter coffee powder as well.

Foodies- Tapioca chips, banana chips, and halwa are the items to take home.

Arts- Nettur Petti(jewelry), mural paintings, netipattam (for decoration of wall and car), Kathakali masks, wooden boats, coconut shell artifacts, seashell artifacts, traditional kasavu sari, aranmula kannadi(mirror), and coir products.

Must Read: Top 8 Must-Buy Souvenirs from Kerala

 

Kerala City Night   

Kerala has a vibrant nightlife with several bars and nightclubs. Rex Bar, Hi-Spirits, Velocity, Oakwood, Divine, Marine Drive, Club 18, Couchyn, and Hut are the places to hang out and celebrate.

Must Read: Top 10 Places to Visit at Night in Kerala

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Harry Suyal
Harry Suyal

Harry Suyal is a travel blogger who loves to write on popular tourist destinations. He wrote many articles in the travel domain, and now he is writing for TrueHAB about the Kerala Trip.

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