Things to See and Do on Kerala Holidays

Vacations, holidays or getaways – whatever you choose to call them, traveling to new and foreign destinations can be a great way to spend a honeymoon, celebrate an anniversary, express your love for a spouse, or enrich your appreciation of new and unique cultures. India has long been a popular destination for visitors to flock to, and the state of Kerala is one of the most popular. When booking your own Kerala holidays, be sure to find one that points you in a variety of directions. The entire state has a lot to offer and you should not miss out!

Backwaters and Beaches

If you love to relax and find romance or intimacy with a loved one, two areas within Kerala are the most popular. Kovalam boasts some of the most beautiful beaches, lush palm trees, beachfront restaurants, and amazing views of the gentle ocean waves. This would be a great option for you and your loved one to relax, lounge in the shade on the warm sand, and share some memorable and intimate moments together. Alappuza is also known as Alleppey and is home to a large number of houseboats. These beautiful floating works of art cruise slowly up and down the various backwaters and canals. In renting a houseboat for a few days, you can enjoy the gentle rocking motion of the water beneath you as you enjoy meals and relaxing naps aboard the boat. Outside you will drift slowly past other boats, traditional spice barges, and small villages.

Tea Connoisseurs Should Not Miss Munnar

If you love drinking new flavors of tea, Munnar should be your destination. This area is home to some stunning scenery including heavily forested hills, deep valleys, waterfalls, and clusters of tea plantations adorning the hills. The hill station provides more than 10% of India’s tea crop and includes more than 50 massive tea producing estates. Tourists from India and abroad travel to Munnar to see, purchase, and enjoy a wide range of black teas. In addition, you can find festivities and even a museum dedicated all to this plant which can turn water into a delicious beverage. In addition to tea, other areas of Kerala are known for their unique crops. For example, you can find plantations and estates for clove, turmeric, curry leaves, vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cardamom, tamarind and more. If you’re a fan of the purest of the pure when it comes to herbs and spices, Kerala can cater to you.

If you and your family are considering one of the Kerala holidays, be sure to visit Lumiere Holidays for a great selection of packages to choose from.

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