Tourist Places in South India | Kerala Only
Whenever the talk is on the air about tourist places in south India, Kerala perhaps appears first most of the time with the exception of Tamilnadu at times. This is not a co-incidence. The total footfall in Keral during the year 2018 was alone 150 lakh approximately. There is hardly any competitor in this field that comes close to Kerala. However, it’s easy to get misguided and miss certain places and experiences in Keral that can become a life’s asset. Here’s we will list down 5 such places.
To start with, you must visit Alleppey or Allappuzha, which is sometimes referred to as Venice of south India. It’s a wonderful connection of backwater canals through the villages of Kerala. You can not only enjoy natural air condition but also witness daily life of native people here. Stopping by to get fresh coconut water is a must do here. You can checkout our detailed blog post on Alleppey for more details.
|In a Sikara|
The next must visit place is Periyar. Periyar is not on tourists top 5 list most of the time and that is a big miss. It’s a jaw dropping beauty in the heart of Kerala. The lake, the forest and the mist. It’s just amazing. Do book a hotel close to the entrance of the Periyar lake because it’s a rush for tickets at the wee hours of the day. You can get more details here on our blog post on Periyar.
|During morning ride|
Kochi city, i.e., old Kochi should also be in your must visit list. Chinese fishing nets in Fort Kochi to Jewish Synagogue, Kochi has so much to offer. Ernakulam, the new city also has a few cruse trips. Don’t miss the sunset trip. More details in our detailed blog here.
|Chinese Fishing Net|