Kerala’s Best Tourist Places

There have top best Tourist Places

Kochi

 

Kochi or Cochin is commonly named the ‘Queen of the Arab Sea,’ and one of Kerala’s main tourist attractions is the financial hub. Coimbatore lies approximately 190 km and Trivandrum is 204km away.

 

In Kochi, tourism is renowned for its picturesque beauty, traditional architecture, and cultural diversity. The Kochi tour packages must include locations from around the world to draw visitors such as Fort Kochi, Palace Bolghatty, Marine Drive, Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary, Church of St. Georges Verona – Edappally, Mattancherry Palace, China’s Fishing Nets, and Fort Kochi Beach.

 

One of the best natural ports in the world is Kochi.It is one of the most popular locations in the tour packages in Kerala. Cochin Jewish Synagogue is home to this area,

 

Athirapally Waterfalls

Athirapally Waterfall is one of India’s best waterfalls and one of the must-have locations for Kerala tours. Kochi lies approx 73 km away, Munnar lies approx. 100 km away and Trivandrum lies 269 km away. This is Kerala’s largest waterfall and one of Kochi, Coimbatore & Munnar’s most famous weekend getaways.

 

Founded across the Chalakudy River, the city of Athirapally drops by several parallel streams from a height of 80 feet, with great elegance. The water gets high in the monsoon season and all the rivers come together and look like Niagara Falls. The nearby places to visit during your visit to Athirapal are Vazhachal Waterfalls, Charpa Falls, Anakkayam, Sholayar Dam, Valparai, and the Malayattur Wildlife Sanctuary. It offers also adventure activities such as river rafting, hiking,

 

 Trivandrum

The capital of Kerala also referred to as Trivandrum, Thiruvananthapuram, is one of the tourist attractions in Kerala. It is named after the deity of the Temple Padmanabha Swamy, Anantha Padmanabha. Kanyakumari is about 85 km away, and Kochi is about 204 km away.

 

Situated on the western coast of India, Trivandrum is renowned for its charming tourist attractions including renowned and foreign beaches such as Kovalam, Gothic architecture and historical sights, lakes, untamed mountain ranges, and more. Some of the most interesting tourist attractions you could visit in Trivandrum are Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Napier Museum, Kanakakkunnu Palace, Science and Museum of Technology, Kowdiar Palace, St. Joseph Cathedral, the Thiruvananthapuram Zoo, Happyland Amusement Park, etc.

 

Kottayam

Kottayam is a city in the heart of Kerala and also the district’s administrative headquarters. It is one of the popular sites to visit in the Kerala Tour Packages. The town is a major trade center with spices and commercial crops, particularly rubber, approximately 63 km from Kochi, and 155 km from Trivandrum.

 

The mountain area of the city is home to picturesque landscapes, backwaters, bird sanctuaries, temples, and churches. Places to visit Kottayam are included in the Poonjar Palace, Thirunakkara Mahadev Temple, Pallippurathu Kavu, Thiruverpu Temple, Mary’s Church, Thazhathangady Juma Masjid. The famous Sabarimala Temple is also a gateway.

 

Kannur

Kannur is earlier known as Cannanore and one of the best places to visit in Kerala during the trip. It is renowned for its vibrant community and undiscovered, white beaches. Madikeri is 113 km away, Mangalore is 138 km away, Kochi is 270 km from Madikeri, and Bangalore is 311 km away.

 

The beautiful town of Kannur, nestled in the lap of nature, has a wide range of sightseeing opportunities, including beaches, historic monuments, and old temples. The most popular places for visiting the Kannur tour package include St. Angelos Fort, Thalassery Fort, Muzhappilangad Beach, Parassinikkadavu Snake park, Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Payyambalam Beach, Madayipara Island, and Kottappuram.

 

Thrissur

Thrissur, which is also known as the Trichur region, is one of the famous pilgrimage sites in Kerala. This is one of the ideal weekend trips around the cities of Kochi and Coimbatore, situated about 81 km from Kochi and 279 km from Trivandrum.

 

Through its cultural, spiritual and religious leanings through history, Thrissur is recognized as the Cultural Capital of Kerala as well. The most popular tourist destinations include Vadakkumnathan, Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple, and Guruvayur Temple, Our lady of the Syro-Malabar Cathedral, Athirapally Falls, the Zoo of Thrissur, the Palace of Shakthan Thampuran, and Kerala Kalamandalam.

 

Sabarimala

Sabarimala is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in Kerala and one of the world’s most visited. The temple is one of India’s oldest temples, about 70 km from Pathanamthitta and over a 5000-year-old past.

 

The Temple of Sabarimala is Lord Ayyappan and Lord Parasurama is said to have installed the Ayyappa idol here. In November the pilgrimage season starts and finishes in January (the temple remains closed during the rest of the year except for the first five days of each Malayalam month). The followers of Ayyappa Vratam (Ayyappa Maala – 41 days of Vratam) have Irumudi Kettu, with traditional offerings to the Lord. The Temple’s significant events are Mandalapooja (Nov17th) and Makaravilakku (Jan 14th).

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