Top 7 best tourist places in Kerala

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Best Tourist Places in Kerala

Best places in Kerala , Tourist Spots for families at Kerala

Guruvayur Temple


Ayyappa Swamy Temple at Sabarimala


It is a must visit temple for hindus. Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is a hindu temple dedicated to the god Krishna (an avatar of the god Vishnu)  named as Lord Guruvayoorappan, located in the town of Guruvayur in Kerala, India. It is one of the most important places of worship for Hindus and is often referred to as “Bhuloka Vaikuntam which translates to the “Holy Abode of Vishnu on Earth”. One gets lots of peace and tranquility. We can feel the presence of god in Guruvayur temple. The experience is magnificent. And the crowd management is excellent , the temple will always be very neat and clean. There is no problem in getting the prasadams. Despite being in the long queue,which might take hours at times, the feeling we get after the darshan is indefinable! That is a matchless experience and it gives immense pleasure. Nothing can replace that!

Munnar Tea Gardens



The Munnar Tea Gardens are a must visit if you are in Kerala. Truly Gods own country. The greenery, the clouds touching your head and majestic mountains lure you to settle here for ever.There might be many tea gardens in India but this place has a rich history since the 1850’s which is very interesting. You can also spot Neelakurinji, a flower that blooms every 12 years while taking a walk through these tea gardens. Never to say the livelihood of the people will amaze you. Do learn about them while you visit . There are tea gardens-cum-factories, which one would love to see that how tea reaches from these gardens to our cups.The tea gardens of munnar are just awesome. While coming from thekkady, the road passes through numerous tea gardens, it’s such a view, you’ll remember for whole life. Everywhere around the road you see different shades of green tea gardens.One can walk through these tea gardens which are filled with rich and scented fragrance of tea. One also gets an opportunity to see the picking of the tea leaves and its processing in the factories on the visit. Tourist can also pick these leaves and take them back home as a souvenir of wonderful memories. Best time to visit Munnar Tea Gardens in between the months of October and April, when the weather is at its best.

Thottada Beach


A known beach just outside the quaint town of Kannur in Kerala. Thottadu beach is the quite clean beach. The waves lash the shore and the breeze lifts your spirits. The Thottadu beach is about 1.5 kms down the road from         Adikadalayi last bus stop or Kadalayi beach. Is a bit tricky with the numerous turns but the locals who come across readily helps you in the right direction. The Thottadu beach is less than 500 meters long with hillsides cropping out into the sea at the either end. The sand there is chunky and therefore will not cause irritation to the skin. This place is great for all this and more! Go right now. But when you return, remember to leave behind only your footprints. Not plastic or other waste.

Athirapalli Falls

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Athirapalli falls is the largest waterfall and is nicknamed “The Niagara of India”.  It is really very great place to visit with family members. Athirapalli Falls also known as “Suren Chellakutti Falls” is situated in Athirapilly panchayath, Chalakudy Taluk in of Valparaj, on the southwest coast of India. Located on the west-flowing Chalakudy river, near the Vazhachal Forest Division and the Sholayar ranges, this 24-metre (80 ft) waterfall and the nearby Vazhachal Falls are popular tourist destinations. This is one of the famous falls, slughtly off the the way from Kochi to Munnar. You need to climb up and than down for about 500 mtrs. To view it in the best manner. Slightly tricky to go down during rains/wet season. Trek right down to the base of the mighty Athirapally falls. Nothing refreshes the mind as much as standing at the foot of the falls and being enveloped in the magical, cleansing spray.



The houseboats are the faces of Backwaters of Kumarakom, Kerala, India. Fantastic experience on these charming backwaters. Houseboat and backwater resort tourism in Kollam leads the Kerala Tourism to glory. The Kerala backwaters are absolutely peaceful and nothing but spectacular at the same time. It is quite clam and peaceful. The evening sunsets are most beautiful. There are many agents who runs these boats and the prices are seasonal.The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brakish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian sea coast(known as the Malabar coast) of Kerala state in southern India. These are known for houseboats, where people enjoy a lot going in them. It is a lovely tranquil experience on the house boat.

Varkala Beach


If you are looking for a place to lay back and relax Varkala beach is a excellent spot. The main attraction of Varkala is secluded beaches which are less populated. You can spend your own time without any disturbance. You can also witnessed one of the best sunsets ever, If you want to spend quality time without any disturbance with your family it is a must visit for you. Very interesting holy beach where a lot of people attend each day with offerings, very colourful and entertaining with clean sand and chairs and umbrellas for hire. Varkala beach is one of the most beautiful, and cleanest beaches here. If you stay at one of the resorts on the cliff, remember that you have to climb up/down steep stairs to access the beach. Cliff resorts have the best view of the ocean.

Bekal Fort

4687405964_86f5a9bb42_z3802880951_b37fc45598_bBekal Fort is well maintained fort next to the beach. Bekal Fort is the largest fort in Kerala, built by Shivappa Nayaka, a king belonging to a medieval Karnataka dynasty is situated in the coat line. The old structure was once an important fort for Mysore ruler Tippu Sultan till it came under the East India Company The fort is huge and would take a couple of hours to explore. The sea is rough and one should avoid venturing into it. A must visit for all history lovers. This well preserved Fort is a real scenic beauty on the banks of Arabian sea. I would say a must watch place and it has already become location for multiple film songs due to its stunning beauty. We can have a beautiful panoramic view of the sea as well as land from here. Plan to spend at least couple of hours here without which we will not be able to cover it in full – as the view from each spot in the fort is simply amazing. They also have a dedicated parking lot. Also there is a temple at the entrance of the fort which is aged as much as that of the fort. This amazing site has a beautiful attraction in all seasons but more over in rainy season. You will be thrilled to enjoy the beauty of this paradise.




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