Kerala, a state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast, has everything to offer to its guests. It is known for its incredible Arabian Sea shoreline, palm-lined beaches, backwaters, an array of canals, wildlife as well as beautiful people.
Some people call it a land of National parks and green valleys. According to some writers, it is a great place to sense the essence of nature. Since the state is wedged between the Lakshadweep Sea and the Western Ghats, it has its own beauty and grace. Visitors enjoy Kerala because it experiences the humid equatorial tropic climate.
Along with that families also enjoy the eastern highlands; rugged and cool mountainous terrain, the central mid-lands; rolling hills, and the western lowlands as well as deep cut valleys. The natural grace of Kerala is simply unmatched; the state’s largest lake Vembanad, the backwaters; Alappuzha and Kochi are all the best tourist attractions.
According to experts, one must visit and witness lakes, wetlands, and waterways, Elephants at Thekkady, the Malabar trogon, coconut palms, the great hornbill, Kerala laughingthrush, darter and southern hill myna, when in Kerala. Most families visit Alappuzha because it is blessed with Alappuzha Beach, offering a views of the Laccadive Sea, Pathiramanal, Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, etc. However, it must be noted that there are no mountains or hills in the district except some scattered hillocks.
Besides that Kerala Is known for festivals, culture, language, and dances. Families enjoy the ancient culture and music, which are second to none and somewhat surprising. Visitors also book family resorts or homestays in Kerala in advance in order to avoid any hassle. Local family resorts or homestays are quite impressive and inviting. You can choose them according to your needs and budget.