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Kerala as a Tourist Place

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#1 Darak

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    Posted 28 February 2012 - 06:19 AM


    ‘God’s own country’ is one of the top holiday destinations in India due to its timeless natural beauty, scintillating surroundings, pleasant climatic conditions and numerous tourist places. Kerala is one of the ideal places for tourism in South India due to its evergreen surroundings, picturesque hill stations, exotic flora and fauna, fascinating art forms, beguiling beaches and much more. Over the past few years Kerala tourism is witnessing its best. Among the many Kerala Tourism attractions Alleppey, Kovalam, Cochin and Munnar are some.


    Alleppey is known to be the Venice of the East. It is a district that has copious natural beauty and evergreen charm. Due to its proximity to the sea, it is one of the famous backwater destinations. Especially famous in Alleppey are the backwaters, snake boat race, houseboat tours and the coir industry which have been attracting a large number of tourists from all over the world.


    Kovalam, the Paradise of the East, is famous for its golden beaches and palm fringed shores and is famous among adventure seekers and beach lovers. It is one of the best beach resorts in the world due to its perfect surroundings with palm trees and pristine water.


    Cochin or Fort Kochi is dubbed as the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’. Its scenic beaches with Chinese Fishing Nets, is famous among tourists. There are many other attractions in the city like the Old Harbor house, Bolghatty palace, Willingdon Island etc.


    Munnar is Nature Lover’s Paradise. It is one of the best hill stations and is a treasure house of flora and fauna, well organized tea gardens and coffee plantations. The famous places in Munnar are Anaimudi peak, Echo point, Rajamala, Devikulam, Sita Devi lake etc.

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