Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Plan for a Dream Holiday to Kerala


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Situated in the southern tip of India and wedged between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Kerala has been a dream destination to many. The diverse topographical features starting from undulating hills, pristine beaches and endless miles of backwaters along with a rich cultural heritage have made Kerala a wonder in itself. Kerela, better known as God’s Own Country has marked its place in the world of travel and tourism and assures the vacationers to have a wonderful holiday amidst the vast expanse of water and sky.
Tourist attractions in Kerela
An outstanding combination of rivers, canals and lakes forming placid backwaters has connected all the important coastal cities and towns of Kerala and has been one of the major attractions for tourists. Heavenly beauty of nature together with various aquatic lives is enough to spell bound a traveler. While living in houseboats to enjoy the lush paddy fields and coconuts grooves will allure many to have an unforgettable experience.
Some famous hill stations like Munnar, Thekkady and Pomudi, rich in flora and fauna with loamy plantations of tea, coffee and rubber will make you feel like lying in the nature’s lap. While beautiful beaches like Alapphuza, Cherai, Fort Kochi, Payyambalam and many more attracts thousands of foreign tourists every year.
The Western Ghats bordering between Tamil Nadu and Kerela is the home of a great variety of wild life tempting many to visit some famous National Parks and wild life sanctuaries in Kerela. Periyar wild life sanctuary is the most famous among them.
Gorgeous festivals and events attracting tourists all the year round
Kerela, rich in ancient art and culture celebrates some great events and festivals all the year round which make the visitors to know about the cultural heritage and customs followed till date. These colorful festivals create a magical ambience all around. So those who desire to get to know the local people and their customs and traditions plan your holiday during a particular festival. Onam, which falls during the month of August-September, is one of the famous and oldest festivals celebrated here.
While the Nehru Boat Race which takes place sometime in August on Punnamada Lake of Allepppey is another great attraction for tourists.
Best accommodations provided
Besides the budget and five star hotels, Kerala offers certain luxurious villas and apartments for those going on a family vacation with friends and relatives. These holiday rentals are mainly located amidst the peaceful villages to have the flavor of nature. Both bed & breakfast and self catering holiday rentals are available here.

Kerala, also famous for ayurvedic treatments and spa, provides some spectacular spa hotels to make your vacation a relaxing one.
While staying in a houseboat could be a mind-blowing option if you wish to cruise over the Kerala backwaters.
Though Kerala has a pleasant weather through out the year because of its tropical climate, it is better to visit the place between the months from November to March. And for those who love to dance in the monsoon June and July is the best time. Above all easy accessibility to the place by airways, roadways and railways has made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations across the globe.

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  2. Kerala is a place with many good destinations to visit and enjoy the vacation. India Tourism provides many opportunities to see all the natural beauty in India. In Kerala Tourism tourist will get all the opportunities to see the Kerala destinations like backwaters, houseboats, temples, etc.

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