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arhaholidays 27 Jul ,2019

8 Places to Visit in Kerala During Monsoon

Monsoon- a blessing of showers! A vibrant season among all seasons.
Outing in this cheerful season in Kerala, a paradise on the earth, will be a breath-taking experience for all, especially for peripatetic. Let not the rainy season dampen your spirits. The land of backwaters will be a delightful place to watch during this season because of the diversity of rain and shine. This season transits between the rainy and wet climate. Being the top tourism destination in monsoon, Kerala attracts more visitors than other destinations. The pristine beaches, waterfalls, lavish greenery, jungle safari (Trekking) through high hills and beautiful valleys, peaceful lakes, boating, mouth-watering cuisines, luxurious hotels and resorts, diverse culture will relax and rejuvenate you. Cool winds and serene environment make your trip wonderful because this period makes Kerala spots alive as it brings newness and freshness. We provide best Kerala Tour Packages with affordable prices.
If so, what are the must-visit locations of one of incredible India?

Here we go to the list of mesmerizing places to visit in Kerala.

1. Thekkady:

The most attractive part of monsoon is greenery. The protective trekking in the Periyar forest in Thekkady will be an adventurous experience in a lifetime. Here, the Periyar national park is a well-known place for tiger and elephant reserve. It is also a habitat for endemic fauna and flora plants, species of birds and reptiles. You can enjoy the scenic view of the round-the-year Suruli falls amid fauna plantation and sanctuaries beside the falls.

2. Munnar:

Munnar-the confluence of Mudhirapujha, Kundaly, and Nallathannyi rivers! Another most beautiful attraction in Kerala with Attukad falls, Anamudi Trekking, Pothanmedu view point, tea plantation on the mountains, lush greenery, Eravikulam national park, Mattupetti lake and dam, TATA tea museum.
Munnar verdant garden walks and Pedal boating at Kundala lake bring unmatchable memories for the couple with Kerala Honeymoon Packages. Don’t miss to sip the tea here.

3. Alappuzha:

This place is well-known for backwaters and boating. It is one of the best places to travel in August with attractions such as green shores of Alappuzha and Marari beach, snake boat race events in the first week of August, Vembanad lake etcetera.

4. Kumarakom:

The Kumarakom is a backwater stretching destination. The places to visit here are Vembanad lake, a Bird Sanctuary, Bay Island Driftwood Museum.
Tourists can enjoy boating, houseboat cruises, and fishing at the backwaters of Kumarakom. The world's first agricultural park Mango Meadows Agricultural theme park with around 5000 species of trees spread amid 30 acres is the eye-catching spot. Everyone can sit here and enjoy the fragrance of this rich biodiversity.

5. Paithalmala in Kannur:

The land of looms and lores has an elegant hill station of 4000 feet altitude called Paithalmala which is the best destination for trekking situated amid rich flora and fauna plantation. This is an enchanting picnic spot with vast grassland and is a perfect location for photo shoots.
Besides, Kannur has must-visit sightseeing places are pristine Kannur beach which is the combination of five beaches, folk arts at temples, and observatory tower.

6. Athirapally Falls:

Soaking in the largest waterfall in India which resembles Niagara Falls of America will be a thrilling experience for everyone who visits this place. It is best known for film shootings. The four endemic bird species of Hornbill makes this spot more attractive. You can also visit water theme parks such as Dream World and Silver storm which are nearer to the falls.

7. Bekal Fort:

The historic Bekal Fort at Kasaragod surrounded by the beach will be a scenic panorama. It is one of the most preciously protected forts of Kerala government. You can watch the Arabian Ocean from the observatory tower which is believed to have been built in the time of Tippu Sultan.

8. Mararikulam:

Marari beach at Mararikulam, the seaside village is known for its serene environment which is a destination for long beach walks. The newly weds can find this deserted sand beach attraction for seeing sunsets together.

A Few Tips to Note:


It would be better to have a first aid kit along with you as this monsoon may bring cold and fever, especially if you have kids under the age of 5 years.


You need not worry about the cost of the packages. As this is not a peak season, there will be less crowd of visitors during the monsoon. Besides, Kerala Tourism management provides offers and discounts for tourists. And the average cost would be in the range between INR 13000 to 16000 per head.

Traveler Type:

The Kerala packages allow everyone to visit this famous tourist spot with the family or partner or friends.

These are the places that makes Kerala a perfect monsoon tour spot. Make sure that your Kerala tour packages include all these places without a miss since it is a thrilling experience to admire the waterfalls to its fullest in this season.