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Top 10 Kerala Events During Kerala's 2020 Tour

Kerala extends along the tropical Malabar Coast along India's southwest side, from large mountain resorts to sparkling waters, to pristine sandy beaches and extensive coastline. Tourists from all over the world enjoy the rich heritage and the exotic nature of Kerala.

 

Kerala is full of lush green countryside, shrines of wildlife, and Western Ghats tea-covered hills. This tropical condition has a distinctive culture and a very picturesque climate. The most popular tourist attractions in Kerala are historical forts, Jewish avenues, unexplored caves, and delicious beaches. In Kerala, there are no dearths to do. Ayurveda and Yoga come from India. A lot of people from around the world come to the sessions for rejuvenation.

 

The best things to make in Kerala are listed here:

 

 

1. Shikara Ride in the Kerala Backwaters

 

The Backwaters in Kerala is one of the favorite place visited by tourists and Alappuzha are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kerala. The Laccadive Sea is lined by a wide network of canals, rivers, and inlets. This town is famous for the houseboat cruise and rides through peaceful waters to see the lovely avifauna. A fascinating view of the Shikara Trip lies at the palm-fronted banks of the backwaters. Birdwatching, paddy fields, and seeing the lives of local Shikara fill your experience with authenticity.

 

 

2. Kovalam Beach Sunset

 

Kovalam is located by the Arab Sea. The beach is known for its three untouched beaches: Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach, and Samudra Beach. The 17 km coastline of the three beaches in the rocky edge of the popular Kovalam Beach Crescent. See the magnificent sunset in the peaceful surroundings of a cocoon grove in this quiet place. Everywhere in this picturesque town are swinging cocoa trees. Here you can treat Ayurvedic, which is also one of the popular practices.

 

 

3. Go watching birds

 

In a backwater setting and a popular location for migratory birds, the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. The Vembanad Bird Sanctuary on the south bank of the Cavanar River is known as the Sanctuary. The beauty of this place can be witnessed by boat on Vembanad Lake or the Kavanaugh River. The Sanctuary is known for its passion for nature and its shutterbugs, as it provides many possibilities to see the enchantment of the various species of birds. The key attractions of that sanctuary are local birds such as waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, heron, cormorant, brahmin kite, and few migratory birds such as Siberian cranes, parrots, teal, larks, and flycatchers. Few Himalayan birds come here and few have come from Siberia.

 

 

4. Boat race Snake

 

Snake Boat Race is known locally as Vallam Kali, one of Kerala's best-loved tourist attractions. August and September are held for the snake boat race activities. The Kerala backwaters live with energies and excitement from snack boat races during the monsoon season. Nehru Trophy Boat Race is a popular race in Punnamada Lake near Alleppey organized by boat. Tens of thousands of locals and visitors, heading to the city to engage in the event and to see the special part of the community, cheer the colorful serpentine boats of about 30-35 meters with 64-128 peddlers.

 

 

 

5. Visit Falls in Therapy

 

Athirapally Falls in the Chalakudy River district of Thrissur, Kerala. It is the biggest waterfall in Kerala, 80 feet high and this wonder is also known as 'Niagara Falls of India.' It is the largest waterfall in Kerala. Springing from the Anamudi of West Ghats and going into the Vazhachal Forest towards the Arabian Sea, the spring of this gushing-water rapid emeralds. Any of the exotic animals can be seen in the waterfall. During the monsoon, the falls look wonderful as they flood and intensify their beauty during that time of year.

 

 

6. Varkala Playa Swimming

 

Varkala Beach is usually called Papanasham Beach, which is part of the Indian Ocean along the Arab Sea. The only place to find a cliff along the Arab Sea is this beach in Kerala. These cliffs have water wells and mineral wells with medicinal properties. Take a dip on the beach in spring. Another popular tourist spot close to the beach is Janardana Swami Temple, believed to be the 2.000-year old site. Also known for recreational sports, such as boating, parasailing, and jet skiing is Varkala Beach.

 

 

7. Sample different tea flavors

 

Kerala is one of India's most popular destinations. You are in love with the tranquility and serenity of this place. Munnar is also known for one more thing and this is the place's Tea Plantations. You can also visit this section if you're not a tea guy. The scent of this place draws everybody, and everybody can have a steaming cup of tea. This enzyme tea plantation, which stretches over acres of land, will definitely attract you and leave you hypnotized.

 

 

8. Explore a Tharavad memory with an intimate heritage

 

Theravada is Kerala's ancestral home now turned into homestays. These heritage homes distinguished themselves for their hospitality and their wonderful experience. This special property is charming in the ancient world and can take you to the past. The homes are full of antique furniture, elephant, snake, birds, and dragon wooden sculptures. The 200-year-old houses are encircled by paddies of rice. This ancient gem of architectural wonder is made of wood and teak. The serenity and peace of the past are one of the best things to do in Kerala, to visit Tharavad.

 

 

9. Enjoy swimming in Elephant

 

With 700 domestic elephants in India, Kerala has the highest number. Kodanad Village is a favorite place for tourists, as this is the home of the Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary which houses a training center for the elephant and visitors to the Kodanad Elephant. Here tourists can also enjoy and play with the baby elephants. The town is on the river Periyar's southern side.

 

 

10. Food in the village Veli

 

Veli is a well-known tourist town located in a location that meets the Arab Sea at Lake Veli. The dining experience at Veli Lake's floating restaurant is one that you shouldn't skip. This tourist village is just 12 kilometers from Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala. Visitors may also hire a pedal boat and sail around the lake by speedboat. Boating and dining would be an amazing experience in such a peaceful location.