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9 Iconic Places In Kerala Making India God’s Own Country

9 Iconic Places In Kerala Making India God’s Own Country


Find here a go-to list of 9 Iconic Places in Kerala for your next trip to the South!

Known for their scenic beauty, iconic places in Kerala are abundant in number. Here are 9 of the many must-explore iconic places in Kerala, contributing to making one see India as God’s own country!


The backwaters of Alleppey are a network of rivers, lakes and brackish canals that flows through half of Kerala. Alleppey backwaters are also known as Alappuzha. Tourists can cruise in houseboats down the backwaters and savour the unique natural beauty of Kerala.


Munnar is one of the most delightful treats to the eyes of visitors. A hill station situated on the Western Ghats. It is one of the highest producers of tea in the Indian Subcontinent. Munnar has narrow patches of the Arabian Sea on one side and The Western Ghats on the other side, making it even more beautiful.


Kovalam is a town in Kerala famous for its beaches. It lies along the coastlines of the Arabian Sea. If you are a beach lover, then this town is something you wouldn’t want to miss.


It is known as the economic and cultural capital of Kerala. A central tourist attraction, Kochi is known for its exotic spice cultivation and fishing nets.


Thekkady is a lush green town that serves the natural beauty of Kerala in its most raw form. It is also known as the Spice capital of Kerala, also home to numerous exotic wildlife species. When going to Thekkady, visiting Periyar National Park is a compulsion.


Garnished by the beauty of the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is another enchanting backwater destination in Kerala.


This place is also known as Trivandrum, and serves as the capital of the state. Trivandrum is also the most culturally wealthy state. This city is the home to the unique heritage in the form of culture and heritage.

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Wayanad is known for the production of tea, cardamon, tea and other spices. This prime hill station in Kerala is full of nature’s marvels like waterfalls, dams, lakes and dams.


People looking for some unconventional and captivating holiday experience must go to Vagamon. It is one of the least explored tourist destinations in the state. Vagamon is a treat for adventure lovers as it offers activities like mountaineering, paragliding, rock climbing, trekking and more.

Kerala lies on the tropical Malabar Coast of southwestern India. So, pack your summer bag, and be ready to explore these 9 iconic places in Kerala!

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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