Watch the Neelakurinji Bloom in Munnar
One of the main reasons for the visiting munnar is the picturesque Eravikulam national park and this is visited mostly due to Neerkurinji, which blooms once in every 12 years and this rare viewis a fascinating experience. Also the National park is inhabited by Niligiri thar and Endangered Mountain goat amongst other species.
Stay in tree house
Some of the best views of the Munnar greenery and Hills are when one stays in a treehouse. Very few properties like the Dream Catcher resort, Green trees and Nature zone resort offer good tree houses with good views and good views of the rich nature in abundance in Munnar. The cost for a tree house for a night varies between 3500 – 6000 Rs per room per night and is one experience which you must indulge in.
The spice plantations of thekkady, Munnar and wayanad are a must visit for travellers who are visiting kerala for the first time. The Abrahams spice garden can be visited in thekkady on one own expense and cost around Rs 200 per person. You can taste some authentic Caradamom, Black pepper and Cinnamom.
Alleppey: Houseboat stay and backwaters
Houseboat and backwaters are the reasons are one of primary reasons the world comes to kerala. Houseboat are a unique experience which gives you a rare glimpse of the beuatifull backwaters of kerala. The cruise time is generally for 6 hours after which one retires for overnight stay. There are many categories of houseboat easily available in kerala suiting each traveller’s budgets. The price generally varies between 5000 to 10000 Rs for a bedroom boat.
Visit to Kumarakom Bird sanctuary:
Kumarakom is yet another quite and scenic backwater destination in kerala much less commericial in comparison to Alleppey and nowadays much popular amongst travellers. Spot rare migratory birds such as egret, heron, waterfoul, siberian crane, while on a boat cruise. About 3 hours from Kochi, you can easily the destination by bus or taxis. Combine bird watching with a houseboat stay on Vembanad Lake to get the most out of the visit. November to Feburary is the best time to visit this place.
One of the most magnificent site to visit in kerala is the massive Attirappilly waterfalls Athirappilly Falls, is situated in Athirappilly Panchayat, Chalakudy Taluk, Thrissur District of Kerala, India on the Chalakudy River, which originates from the upper reaches of the Western Ghats at the entrance to the Sholayar ranges.It is the largest waterfall in Kerala, which stands tall at 80 feet.
Varkala is yet another silent and picturesque beach in kerala which is also called the Papanasham Beach The word Papanasham means wash away sins. It is believed that a dip in the waters of Papanasham Beach washes away all the sins in one’s life. A two thousand-year-old shrine the Janardhanaswamy Temple stands on the cliffs overlooking the beach, a short distance away.
Located around 20 Kms from Kovalam, Poovar is a small island which is little distance away from Kovalam and is quite and picturesque. In addition to the beautiful estuaries which make poovar a much sought after destination it also offers some boating facilities which one can indulge in. Poovar is a must visit for those who are willing to actually see the real beauty of kerala.
Kovalam Ayurveda massages:
Kovalam is one of the largest beaches in kerala where travellers from world over visit every year to witness the beauty of the place. The ayurvedic treatments (which kerala is relly famous for) are available in various resorts or massage centers. If you are the one willing to take a massage or relax or wanting to find a cure of any ailment this is one place which you must visit in kerala.
Boat cruise in thekkady:
Thekkady has the world famous periyar tiger reserve where one can also indulge in a boat cruise inside the reserve. The boat cruise is an entire different and lifetime experience where boats take you on periyar lake in thekkady inside the reserve to witness the natural flora and Fauna tickets are available for Rs 150 per person directly from KTDC Counter in thekkady..