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KERALA

Kerala, a state on India's tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline. It's known for its palm-lined beaches and backwaters, a network of canals. Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife. National parks like Eravikulam and Periyar, plus Wayanad and other sanctuaries, are home to elephants, langur monkeys and tigers.

Kovalam

Kovalam consists of three adjacent crescent beaches separated by rocky outcroppings. The southernmost known as 'lighthouse beach', is the most popular and largest among three. Many hotels, restaurants, lodges and shops are located here. It is frequented by outsiders who stay and enjoy Kovalam. The second largest one is Hawah Beach where sun-bathing is a pleasure is nearby.

Cherai - Beach

This is a new-generation tourist hot-spot very near to North Paravur town with golden beaches, coconut groves and backwaters. This beautiful, very quiet beach bordering Vypeen island is ideal for swimming. The maritime friend of humans, the Dolphins can occasionally be sighted. Cherai is famous for sea food and coconut toddy.

Munnar

Known for its cool climate and tea plantation, this serene and tranquil hill town houses many colonial bungalows, tea factories, wildlife sanctuaries and many lakes. Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams namely Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala.These hills are famous for the blue flowers of 'Neelakurinji', that blossom once in every twelve years to bathe the hills in blue.

Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary

Just north of the Periyar Reserve (see below) by the Idukki Reservoir, this sanctuary is surrounded on three sides by lakes. Vegetation is evergreen, semi-evergreen and deciduous, and forms a thick canopy. Fauna spotted here include elephant, bison, wild boar, jungle cats and sambar deer. Cobras, vipers and krait also live here, as do kingfishers, jungle fowl, laughing thrush, peacocks, bulbuls and more. The town of Thodupuzha is 55 kms away.

Periyar Tiger Reserve

Four kilometres from the town of Thekkady in Idukki district, Periyar is the best known reserve in Kerala, and home (at the time we were there) to 46 tigers. Thekkady has numerous accommodation options, and trips into the reserve are easy to arrange, if a little expensive. Only a small section of the park is open to visitors (a blessing, perhaps) and boating, guided treks, night walks and safaris can be arranged.

Back Water

The beauty of Kerala lies in its backwaters that are unique in the entire world. Brimming with natural beauty and economically viable, this uniqueness of Kerala, makes it a heavenly delight for its visitors. It features 41 West-flowing rivers of Kerala that are the highlights of this fabulous gift of nature. In earlier times, this water highway covered the entire expanse from the South of Kerala to the northernmost part of the state but many of these waterways have been closed now.

Athirapally and Vazhachal Waterfalls

It is a 800 foot high waterfalls at the entrance of the Sholayar ranges and is a famous picnic spot for backpackers The falls are very popular with tourists. Athirappally is located 78 kms from Kochi, located at the entrance to Sholayar ranges, this waterfall is a popular picnic spot. Affording to the onlookers, one of the most bewitching sights, Athirappally Falls is about 80ft. high and located in the forest area Combined with the greenery, it infuses freshness into any tired soul.

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