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8 Fascinating Places to Visit in Kerala Post Lockdown

As one of the heavenly destinations in India, Kerala attracts a plethora of tourists from all across the world. Take a refreshing break from the monotony of everyday life and plan a trip to Kerala this June. A haven for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and tea enthusiasts, Kerala is the ideal summer getaway.

Book your stay at the best hotels in Kerala for an adventurous summer getaway. Enjoy sailing across the serene backwaters on your very own private houseboat. Check out these top destinations to visit in Kerala:

  1. Alleppey- Cruise across the azure backwater paradise

If you are visiting Kerala for the first time, start with Alleppey, the backwater hotspot in India. Book your stay at a houseboat while cruising through the serene backwaters.

Often nicknamed the Venice of the East, Alleppey features lush paddy fields, churches from the Portuguese era, quaint fishing villages, and untouched natural beauty. To get attractive offers on your stay, book hotels in Kerala at least one month before your preferred travel date.

Sip in refreshing coconut water while savoring some fresh seafood at local restaurants around town. Step into the old-world charm with cobbled pathways and medieval architecture.

Fun Activities: Enjoy a sunset cruise at beaches, plan a bonfire by the beach, go shopping for local souvenirs.

Top Tourist Spots: Punnamada Lake, Marari Beach, Alappuzha Beach, and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.

Peak travel season: September to June

Easiest route: Kochi Airport, is the nearest airport. Alleppey Railway Station; is the nearest railway station.

  1. Munnar – Exuberant green valleys & aromatic tea estates

Plan a fun weekend getaway to Munnar, a popular hill station in Kerala. This picturesque hill station once served as a British summer capital in India. Book your accommodation at budget hotels in Munnar for your summer vacation this year. You can find boutique hotels, cozy homestays, or luxury resorts that suit your budget.

Munnar features 80,000 miles of tea plantation, aromatic vegetation, lush green valleys, and pillowy clouds. As a much-preferred tourist destination for honeymooners, Munnar can get crowded during peak tourist season. To avoid peak season tariffs, book budget hotels in Munnar well in advance of your chosen travel date. The best way to explore the old-world colonial charm of this rustic hill station is by car.

Fun Activities: Plan a tea estate tour at Kolukkumalai. Go camping and trekking at Echo Point. Explore local wildlife and endangered species at the Eravikulam National Park.

Top Tourist Spot: Attukal Waterfalls, Kundala Lake, TATA Tea Museum, Blossom Park, Pothamedu ViewPoint, Mattupetty Dam, Life of Pi Church, Cheeyappara Waterfalls, Lockhart Gap, Anamudi, and Eravikulam National Park

Peak-travel season: October to June

Easiest route: The nearest airstrip is Kochi Airport, at a distance of 143 km. Aluva Railway Station is the nearest station near Munnar.

  1. Kumarakom – Quaint hamlet on the backdrop of picturesque backwaters

Kumarakom is a tranquil hamlet offering breathtaking sceneries, pleasant weather, exquisite flora, and fauna. Take a boat ride in the serene backwaters, savor authentic Kerala cuisine, and refresh yourself with freshly harvested coconuts. You can also go fishing at the nearby Vembanad lake. You can stay at the best hotels in Kerala while checking out local sightseeing tours.

Plan a day out with local sightseeing tours and activities like boating, coconut harvesting, paddy fields, mangrove forests, and fishing. Book your stay in advance at the best hotels in Kerala to avoid peak season tariff.

If you are looking for more solitude and privacy, book a houseboat stay in Kumarakom.

Fun Activities: Spas, Houseboat Ride, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

Top Tourist Spots: Backwaters, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Aruvikkuzhi waterfall, Bay Island Driftwood Museum, Vembanad Lake, Valiyapally, Kumarakom Beach, and Pathiramal Island.

Peak travel season: September to May

Easiest Route: The nearest airport is Kochi Airport which is 85 km away. The nearest railway station is Kottayam.

  1. Wayanad – A Haven for nature lovers

Surrounded by luxuriant paddy fields, an undulating landscape of terrace farming, waterfalls, and indigenous wildlife makes Wayanad a paradise for nature lovers. If you want to avail attractive offers, book hotels online in advance for your Wayanad trip.

Explore the untouched natural beauty coupled with a rich cultural heritage. Pack your hiking gear and go for an adventure trek exploring the forests in Wayanad. Book hotels online for a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation at Wayanad.

Fun Activities: Explore Kuruva Island. Enjoy Boating, Camping at the Pookode Lake. Go cycling around the nature trails in Wayanad.

Top Tourist Spots: Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Banasura Hill, Lakkidi View Point, Papanashini River, and Padinjarathara Dam.

Peak travel season: October to May. Adventure enthusiasts explore Wayanad during July and August.

Easiest Route: The nearest airport is Karipur International Airport at Calicut. Kozhikode is the nearest railway station.

  1. Thekaddy – Explore local wildlife

Surrounded by exuberant greenery, forests, and indigenous wildlife, Thekaddy is the ideal tourist destination in Kerala. Plan a thrilling wildlife safari day and get a chance to watch tigers, sambars, gaurs, elephants, lions, deers, bison, boars, and lion-tailed macaques in their natural habitat. As a popular tourist destination in Kerala, Thekkady boasts of natural beauty and exotic wildlife. Go for an exciting trek Moozhiyar to Thekkady Gavi across one of the popular trails in South India.

Fun Activities: Bamboo Rafting, Thekkady Boating Tours, Hiking in Thekkady, Wildlife Safari.

Top Tourist Spots: Periyar Lake, Elephant Junction, Murikkady, Kumily, Periyar Tiger Trail, Vandiperiyar, Chellarkovil, and Vandanmedu.

Peak travel season: November to early-May

Easiest route: The nearest airport which is 136 km away is Madurai Airport. The nearest railway station is Kottayam.

  1. Kovalam – white sand beach overlooking the Arabian Sea

As one of the top romantic beaches in Kerala, Kovalam beach is famous for its stunning beaches, water sports, and ayurvedic massage centers.

Fun Activities: Hire a private tour guide to discover the best tourist spots in town. Book an overnight stay in the houseboat.

Top Tourist Spots: The Lighthouse beach, Samudra Beach, Hawa Beach, Karamana River, Vellayani Lake, Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium, Halcyon Castle, and Valiathura Pier.

Peak travel season: September to May

Easiest Route: The nearest airport is Trivandrum International Airport which is 15 km away. The nearest railway station is Trivandrum which is 14 km away.

  1. Bekal – Historical fort amidst tranquil surroundings

Known for the Bekal Fort and serene seacoasts, Bekal is one of the best picturesque spots in Kerala. Bollywood movies like Rang De Basanti, are shot at the premises of the Bekal fort. Explore the exotic beauty and majestic landscapes, Bekal is one of the top honeymoon destinations in South India.

Fun Activities: Bekal Fort, sightseeing around the caves

Top Tourist Spots: Valiyaparamba Backwaters, Bekal Fort, Bekal Beach, Kappil Beach, and Pallikere Beach.

Peak travel season: September to May

Easiest Route: The nearest airport is Bajpe Airport which is at a distance of 72 km. Kasaragod Railway Station is the nearest station which is at a distance of 12 km from Bekal.

  1. Idukki – Breathtaking natural surroundings

Rejuvenate yourself with a getaway to Idukki this summer with your friends and family. Nestled amidst scenic hills and forests, Idukki attracts nature lovers, photographers, and travelers from all around the world. Bask in the stunning natural surroundings, visit the aromatic tea and spice plantations, go for hiking, nature walks, and bird watching.

Fun Activities: Adventure seekers can go trekking, camping, and paragliding, etc.

Top Tourist Spots: Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, Thommankuthu Falls, Kalvari Mount, Cheeyappara Waterfalls, and Kalvari Mount

Peak travel season: Summer travel from June to August. Winter travel from November to January.

Easiest route: Kochi International Airport is the nearest airport. The nearest railway station is Theni which is 60 km from Idukki.

These are the top tourist attractions to visit in Kerala this June.

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