Lush green hill tops, Emerald Backwaters, romantic beaches, long lakes, yummy spicy cuisines, people who have been to god’s own country would have guessed by now, what we are talking about. Kerala is one of most opted travel destinations in India and the popularity of this southern Indian land seems to fire up year after year. Kerala is the best travel destination for everyone, especially for people who live in heat-scorched regions. This beautiful shore of Arabian Sea enjoys equable climatic condition for more than 6 months in a year. Heavy monsoon season prolongs to 4 months starting from mid of May to September. Kerala welcomes tourists even during monsoon season. The blessed landscape of Kerala has enabled the government to install effective drainage systems to avoid water logging. Therefore, chances of you getting stuck up somewhere is very less unless you hate to roam around in rain.
Kerala is home for traditional ayurvedic therapies and the monsoon season is the best time to opt for such Rejuvenation treatment. The word ‘Ayur’ means life and ‘Veda’ means science. Ayurveda means science of life that truly focuses on holistic techniques such as meditation, massage, application of oils, diet, yoga to achieve wellbeing. So, if you are someone who wants to take rejuvenation ayurveda treatment, plan a trip to Kerala during May to September.
A Kerala tour can acquaint you with charming beaches, backwater serenity, golden sand beaches and of course some spicy and tangy cuisines. The modern Kerala is a perfect blend of luxury and traditional values. Here you find hotels that are no less than royal palaces and you would also find economical cottages where you can comfortably stay without blowing your budget. You can get yummy yet healthy food at local restaurants at cheap rates and if you are a big shot, you never find it hard to locate an International hotel. So, when you are on a trip to Kerala fix your budget before you step down to spend.
Kerala is the best travel destination for people who love to experience exotic wildlife. The forest area in Kerala spreads to 11,125 sq km which includes 5 national Parks as well as 13 wildlife sanctuaries. From exotic birds, wild elephants and tigers, Kerala offers a lot to wildlife enthusiasts who flock to the paradise of south India to feel the touch of nature. Nestled in the valleys of Western Ghats, Thekkady is one of the wildlife hot spots in Kerala. Spread to 675 sq km, this lush green forest area is home to a variety of animals such as stork, langurs, sambar, elephants, Giant Squirrel, lion tailed Macaques etc. Idukki, Wayanad, Peppara etc, are other few places that you should never miss to visit when you are on a Kerala tour. Kerala is heaven for the lovers of arts such as dance, music and drama.
So, plan a trip to Kerala to enjoy the energy of nature at its best and take home some unforgettable memories.