Amongst all the South Indian states, Kerala is probably the most serene and beautiful states. It has beautiful coastal landscapes, Arabian Sea and beaches, amazing backwaters which are quite unique and also spice and tea covered Western Ghats with many hill stations and exotic locations.
We start our 5 nights 6 days Harmonious Backwater Tour Package of Kerala with Munnar, Thekkady and Kumarakom from the city of Cochin.
Munnar is also known as the 'Kashmir of South India'. It is famous for its lush green forests, spectacular tea estates, blankets of mist & craggy peaks and exotic varieties of flora & fauna. It is also home to some of the endangered species of animals like Neelakurinji and Nilgiri Tahr. It is South India’s largest tea growing region, where you can see a thousand shades of green and also the clouds up above the mountaintops which takes you closer to being amazed and awestruck by it.
Thekkady is a town in Kerala which is famous for Periyar National Park, located near Kerala-Tamil Nadu Border. It is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India and spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns. The place is also famous for its spice and coffee plantations.
Kumarakom is a famous destination in Kerala, located near the city of Kottayam. It is known for its unique backwaters. This lazy town is located alongside the shores of majestic and beautiful Vembanad Lake, which is Kerala’s largest lake. It is also famous for Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary and also Kumarakom Beach.
The best time to visit Kerala is during its winter season between September to March. This is the time when Kerala has a comfortable climate and pleasant weather with less humidity.
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