5 Reasons Why Kerala Tourism Is Booming This Summer
After all, it’s called God’s own country for a reason
Situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of southwestern India, Kerala is one of the most popular tourist spots in India. The National Geographic Traveler has named it on their list of the ten paradises of the world. There’s nothing that one can say about the backwaters and beaches that can do justice to the land. After all, it’s called God’s own country for a reason. It is, then, no surprise that Kerala tourism is booming throughout the year but the summer months really bring out the colours.
The beach town of Kovalam by the Arabian Sea offers one all the pleasures of the ocean and the land – it is home to endless rows of coconut trees. In the 70s, this beach was extremely popular with the hippies and is now, one of the most important bullet points in every Kerala tourism website.
Situated at around 1,600 metres above mean sea level, Munnar is often considered the Kashmir of South India and is massively popular for those going on their honeymoon. It is an important part of Kerala tourism websites because well, if you’re tired of the North Indian hill stations, Munnar is the place to go.
A delicious Onam sadhya full of signature Kerala dishes served on a traditional banana leaf
Indian cuisine is varied and can suit almost every palate in the world and Kerala has much to offer if you’re looking for new stuff on your plate. Your search for Kerala tourism should ideally end here.
Any Kerala tourism website is useless without a mention of the beaches that surround the land – they are stunning, clean and are perfect for when you need some peace of mind.
And finally, whether you’re looking for a rave or a peaceful retreat, Kerala can and does offer you everything. It’s a beautiful place for when you just need to get away from it all.
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