Kerala, also known as the “God’s Own Country” is a land of colors, be it the nature’s green shade romancing the emerald backwaters, the golden rays of the sun fondling the crystal-clear white sands, or the sapphire sky calling for the mystics, Kerala displays all the colors of Mother Nature in one state. It is like a palette of distinct and varied colors that come all together. From Placid backwaters, Manicured tea gardens, Captivating thick forests to Alluring mountains. Simply some of the many representations of Kerala tourism that evokes our minds. It is nothing but a Van Gogh masterpiece but in real life. It is remarkable for its unique cultural and geographical attributes.
Practices and traditions of this state are handed down from several decades, along with some of the natural amazements that have attracted and brought varied people from different cultures and places to this land for colors. The immaculate hill stations and diverse wildlife are some gifts to the rest of the world.
October to February is an idealistic time to travel to Kerala. The weather is gratifying and appropriate, due to a momentous drop in temperatures. From June to August, heavy rainfall can be witnessed but is the perfect time for Ayurvedic treatments.
Encompassing serenity, it is a pleasing yet magical South Indian state that should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. Districts like Kannur, Wayanad, Kozhikode, Alappuzha, Kochi and Munnar have many attractive sights for tourists. Wayanad facilitates a perfect hill station holiday whereas Kozhikode offers a fabulous beach vacation.
Munnar has various tea estates and it makes the hill station worth a visit. The lush green tea bushes planted in a jigsaw puzzle pattern on the steep hills are stunning to set your eyes upon. Moreover, following the monsoons, the tea leaves are in their mature stage. While the hills are filled with emerald, they are a banquet for the eyes.
The food of Kerala is largely influenced by the history and culture of the state. It has an amalgamation of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Non-vegetarian delicacies are prepared by a number of items like fish, poultry and red meat. Rice, fish, and coconut are the most common elements of nearly all Kerala famed food. The flavors are increased with chilies, curry leaves, mustard seeds, turmeric, black pepper, cardamom and asafoetida.
Kerala will simply create an everlasting memory in the minds of everyone who visits the natural land of God!