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Aleppey or Alapuzha is famous for its backwaters, famous commercial tradition and beautiful locale. Alapuzha is also referred as the Venice of the East because of an unmistaken similarity with Venice. Alapuzha has more to offer for a keen tourist, the major being the backwaters and houseboats. A trip into the backwaters will be one of the most cherished memories you will carry in your heart for years to come. The famous boat races of Alapuzha will bring you astounding images of reliance and team spirit. There are a lot of religious and historical places to visit in Alapuzha. Make sure you have Alapuzha in your itinerary, to experience one of the most beautiful places in the world.


Munnar is a beautiful hill station, and was the summer resort of the British. Tourists come here to see the vast tea plantations of the area. The town itself is typically Indian with the usual shops, guest houses and is really beautiful and traditional. It is a good place to stay to see the surrounding countryside. It is also a popular place for Indian honeymooners.


Kovalam is a famous for its beaches. Kovalam is very near to Thiruvanathapuram. Kovalam shot into prominence in the late 1960’s with the arrival of hippies. Now it’s a very calm and quite beach tourist destination. Kovalam Houses three main beaches, the light house beach, the Howah beach and the Samudra beach. If you enjoy spending time in beaches, this is once place you should go.


Thekkady is home for the Bengal Tiger an endangered species at the Periyar Tiger reserved a national park. The place is four kilometers from Kumily border town of the states, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Thekkady also has manmade dam and its reservoir. A boating through the reservoir will bring you up-close to many animals like elephants, tigers, deer and many others. Thekkady is close to other major tourist destinations like Munnar and Idukki.


Wayanad is one of the districts in Kerala that have been able to retain its pristine nature. This green paradise is nestled among the mountains of Western Ghats and is located at a distance of 76 km from the nearest sea-shore of Kozhikode. The leading tourist centers of South India like Ooty, Mysore, Bangalore, Coorg and Kannur are around this region.


Kochi is the commercial capital of Kerala. Fort Kochi, a place once thronged by foreign merchants for spices is now a heritage town. Fort Kochi still preserves the relics of its colonial background. Building and churches made by the Portuguese, French and the British still exist in Fort Kochi. Mattancherry, a place very near to Fort Kochi has a Jewish synagogue. There are a lot of souvenir shops in and around Mattancherry. The Ernakulum town which a few kilometers from Mattancherry offers you modern all shopping experience.


Vagamon is a hill station located 100 kms from Kochi. The average temperature is between 10c and 24 in daytime. Vagamon attracts many people by its picturesque locale. Adventure tourism enthusiasts have many opportunities in Vagamon.