The misty hill stations, romantic beaches, azure sea, meandering lagoons and Backwaters, and enigmatic rain forests make Kerala an ideal touring destination. The multi-hued culture, vibrant festivities, and affluent history of Kerala inspire the tourists to explore its pristine beauty. Some of the unforgettable destinations of Kerala are mentioned here.

Thiruvananthapuram Surrounded by the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats, Thiruvananthapuram is the capital city of Kerala. Endowed with a rich culture it is a neat and clean, and quiet city.

It is a favorite destination for the tourists all the year round for its amazing backwaters, bird sanctuary, picturesque landscapes, and places of worship.

It is famous for its pristine beaches and villages of the fishing community. Tourists not only enjoy the beaches, but also get an opportunity to peep in the village life of Kerala.

Kumarakom is basically a cluster of islands on the Vembanad Lake. The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary attracts many a visitors especially for its flock of Siberian storks.

Situated at the foot of the Western Ghats Palakkad has many visitors for its serene valleys, forests, hillocks, rivers, dams and irrigation projects, and mountain streams.

Its location – vast Arabian Sea on the West and the mystifying Wayanad Hills on the East – makes Kozhikode a favorite tourist destination.

Munnar is the most famous hill station of Kerala. It has some of the highest tea estates in the world. It is also known for adventurous sports like para-gliding, and Eravikulam National Park.

It is mostly visited for its exotic Backwaters and the Nehru Trophy Boat Race held every year. The coir objects made in Alappuzha are renowned for their fine quality.

Ponmudi hills make for a tranquil hill station. It is only at half an hour’s distance by road from the beaches of Thiruvananthapuram. Ponmudi makes for an amazing sight to view the golden beaches from the calm hills.

Varakala is one of the sunny beaches of Kerala. It is also a famous Hindu pilgrim destination. The over-crowded Kovalam beach resulted in the discovery of Varkala beach.

Amritapuri Ashram Amritapuri Ashram houses a temple which is abode to more than seven hundred full-time residents. This ashram is a part of the Mata Amritanandamayi Math in Amritapuri.

There are a dozen famous beaches, hill stations, eco-villages, and forts that contribute to the rich culture and tradition of Kerala. Once in Kerala tourists can’t escape the mesmerizing beauty of the exquisite destinations of Kerala.