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8 Places to Visit in Kerala During Monsoon

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:

Safeguards:

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.

Budget:

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.

 

27 Jul, 2019
The Best Places to Visit in Kerala in August.

Best Places to Visit in Kerala

Known to be the "God's own country", it is renowned for its mesmerizing beauty and nature. Why would anyone miss a chance of visiting such a beautiful place? Planning a trip for such places is bliss and renders those moments that could be treasured in the memory box. Moreover, Kerala will be the best place to visit in August. Yes, trust me it is worth visiting. The crystal clear sky, those flourishing green fields, that cool and chilling weather will surely make you fall in love with the place.

Kerala is the most frequently visited place by the tourists according to several surveys. The food, festivals, hill stations, alluring backwaters and many more are the reasons that are constantly attracting tourists from in and around the world to Kerala. Almost every part of Kerala is amazing and unique in its way and can be crowned as the most mesmerizing places. There are many places to visit in August and let us discuss some of the best ones.

Kerala Visiting Places in August

  1. Be a part of the Nehru Trophy Boat Race:

    It is specifically a boat race where the boats are in the form of snakes. These snake boats are the traditional boats and they consider them they are the symbolization of pride of their region. Every year these boats compete with many such boats in an event that takes place every year in the lakes and backwaters of Kerala and mainly in Alleppey. It renders a heart-pounding experience to all the viewers where the excitement of viewers grows with every minute.

    The potential and spirit of the rowers are immeasurable and they sing a special song called Vanchippattu a special kind of boat song gives extra intensity to the competition. This Nehru Trophy Boat Race is usually held on second Saturday of August annually.

  2. Get refreshed with Kathakali Performance:

    Kathakali is Kerala's dance form. It is more or less like a story play that exclusively portrays the renowned stories from the Indian sagas of ancient times along with an excellent combination of music, dance, and drama. They use a special type of costumes, makeup, and accessories that helps to perfectly showcase the facial expressions and gestures of the hand of the presenters. Kathakali is usually performed in very dim light with loud music of drums. Surely, your trip is incomplete without including in your plan and watching the Kathakali dance performance. So, make sure that you dont miss it.

  3. Witness the Ayurveda at Poomully Mana:

    Kerala Ayurveda says that the August month is the perfect time for any type of treatment. The doctors of Ayurveda advise that the stimulation therapy in this month is the best as the body is very responsive for the therapies and treatments. This Poomully Mana located in the Peringode of Palakkad district, are experts in genuine Ayurvedic therapies. Besides this antiquated methodologies, you can witness the greatest experiences that include learning about Ayurveda, staying there in heritage homes and observing close the Kalarippayattu, an ancient martial art. Even a day spending there in Kerala more fulfilling and satisfying.  

  4. Athirapally Waterfalls:

    Do you remember the movie Baahubali that has gained huge popularity from all over India? This movie was shot near the Athirapally waterfalls for a long time. This is one of the "must visit" places of Kerala as every one of you will be glorified by the natures' beauty. Immerse in the scenic beauty as you cherish the gushing waterfalls of Kerala. If you are a newlywed couple you must include this in your Kerala honeymoon packages so that you can spend some memorable and romantic moments with your partner.

  5. Onam festival:

    Onam festival marks the completion of monsoon season and welcomes the harvest season. It is a major Hindu festival celebrated across the whole state of Kerala and it is celebrated for ten days. It falls in the month of Chingam according to the traditional Malayalam calendar. Every individual of Kerala enjoys and relish the happiness as it is one of the crucial festivals to them. Onam reflects the heritage and customs of the Kerala people and it is very much special to them. The events of Onam festival like Pookalam which is the floral arrangement and decorations and many other events signify the importance of Onam and the most special part of this festival is it is celebrated by all the regions irrespective of religious faith and beliefs.

  6. Reverberating Backwaters:

    Come and fall in love with those serene backwaters of Kerala. These are one of the most beautiful places of Kerala that make your heart pleasant and joyful. You will be surely smitten by the beauty of those backwaters. You can have a complete halt in the houseboats that provide a chance to witness the beauty of the backwaters. Alleppey is a famous place in Kerala where you can find those backwaters and houseboats. Why delay? Book your tickets now and get a glimpse of this beautiful region. Many travel agencies offer the best Kerala tour packages, you can choose them by your requirements. 

  7. Munnar- the stunner:

    Munnar is the most popular hill stations of Kerala. Surrounded by the lush green trees and paddy on one side and the tea plants on the other side, it renders the tourists with utmost pleasure and chilling atmosphere that can automatically transform your mood and can make you active. If you ask me, I would recommend visiting this place in August. Go and cherish the mother nature for a while!

"Arha holidays" is the renowned Kerala packages provider in India. There are easily accessible and they make certain that every customer of their's will go back with the greatest memories of Kerala. They give utmost importance to their customers' places of interest and plan a tour package accordingly. Customer safety and security are their primaries and they are very polite and genuine. If you ask them "what is the biggest achievement in your life?", their immediate reply is "customer satisfaction". Their packages are reasonable and can be even afforded by a middle-class family.

18 Jul, 2019
25 Perfect Destinations to Spend Your Summer Holidays

Summers in India are hard to deal with; sunburns, bolstering sun rays and sweat bathing can be extreme at some places. Naturally, everyone wishes to go on a vacation to hilly areas. Whether for relaxing or for exploring, India have always been a delightful and calming treat.

Here are some of the best holiday destinations in India.

Let us beat the heat. Shall we?

1. Leh Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

When you want a getaway, once in a lifetime experience, remarkable scenic beauty, prodigious peaks, dreamy views, you are all in for Leh Ladakh. The place will be a wonderful destination for anyone in Summers.
Places to visit: Pangong Tso Lake, Magnetic Hill, Chadar Trek, Phugtal Monastery, Shanti Stupa, Khardung La, Nubra Valley, Stok Palace, Hemis National Park.

2. Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir

Switzerland of India, Srinagar is one of the topmost choices for tourists wanting to revel in the beauty of mountains, Shikaras and breath-taking mosques. Best known for Shikaras floating the Dal Lake and the serenity of the place, Srinagar is the most yielding tourist attractions of J & K.
Places to visit: Chashm-e-Shahi, Tulip Garden, Nishat Bagh, Hazratbal Mosque, Shankracharya Temple, Shalimar Bagh, Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonmarg.

3. Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Also known as Lovers’ Haven and Paradise for Honeymooners, Manali is one of the most loved and sought for hill stations in India, surrounded with Dhauladhar ranges. To beat the summer heat, one can always go to Manali with their spouse and bask in the natural calm beauty of the mountains and luscious greenery. It is indeed the best places to visit in summer
Places to visit in Manali: Kullu, Mall Road, Hidimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Manali Sanctuary, Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Manikaran, Hampta Pass Trek, Deo Tibba Trek, Arjun Cafe.

4. Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Situated in the lap of nature, a small town of Himachal Pradesh, Dalhousie is a cosy and mesmerising place to visit in summers. Carrying an ancient aura around its hills and valleys and flowery bushes, this town is best suited for complete relaxation and light loitering around. The best thing about this place is, that it can be visited almost any time throughout the year, all around the clock. Even with tons of tourists and travelers flowing in every year, it remains a pollution free hill station with blue waters of Satdhara falls flowing freely and greenery of Khajjar.

5. Sikkim

This year, visit a mystical region in North East India an explore what not many have explored, Sikkim. Surrounded with Himalayan peaks and with Teesta River flowing all the way to the land of Sikkim, this place appeals the lovers of Monasteries, Trek Trails, river rafting in Teesta, Caves and the Frozen lake. Sikkim is less explored and less travelled by people and its picturesque landscapes make it more appealing to the honeymooners and new travellers.

6. Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Rich marine life, luxury hotels, museums, rejuvenating beach, Andaman Nicobar Islands are all about relaxing escape and a connection with life under water. Snorkelling, Kayaking and scuba diving, are the main attractions for the travellers to unleash their inner adventurer and nature lover.

7. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

A place where Yoga was originated and has captured the heart’s of people from across the globe to attain inner tranquility and a closeness with spirituality, Rishikesh is an inexplicably beautiful place to visit in the summers.
Places to Visit: Germany Bakery, teas, Indian vegetarian cuisine joints, Famous Chotiwala Restaurant and Laxman Jhula.

8. Ooty, Tamilnadu

Despite all the urbanisation in the little hill station in South India, this place has a delightful scenic beauty with beautiful cottages and tea plantations and it accounts for the best destination to visit in Summers.
Places to visit: Doddabetta Peak, Tiger hill and Ooty lake.

9. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Known to be one of the most popular places India for honeymoons, Shimla possess a unique beauty of hills, greenery and snow-covered peaks. The Kalka-Shimla gauge is now a toy train which makes Shimla one of the most loved hill stations in India. Shimla still accounts for the India’s best destination for Summers.

10. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

To escape the scorching summer of Mumbai, Mahabaleshwar is the best escape destination to visit in Summers. Amazing mountain and Valley views are what make Mahabaleshwar a most sought for destination in the summers. Bazars, Horse Riding, Trekking and boating are the things one can do in Mahabaleshwar.

11. Darjeeling

People from West Bengal would love to spend their humid summers in coldness of Darjeeling, the town of internationally loved teas. Darjeeling is the best destination to go to in Summers if you wish to relax and savour the scenic beauty of the Mt. Kanchendzonga or take a ride in the Toy Train to bathe in the imperial surroundings of the town.

12. Panchmarhi

Madhya Pradesh’s most popular hill station, Panchmarhi gives a blissful beauty of the Bee Fall, Dhoot Akhilesh, Apsara Falls and a soothing calmness of handi Khoh, Gupt Mahadev amidst the Nature. It offers the travellers and tourists a comfortable stay owing to quite many resorts and hotels in the hill station.

13. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

South India’s yet again famous and most loved honeymoon spot and a holiday destination is Kodaikanal. Situated amidst the Western Ghat’s Palani hills, Kodai is a known for its hills, forests and roads filled with greenery.

14. Wayanad, Kerala

The most sought for and loved summer holiday destination in India is Wayanad which is venerated with Lush flora and rich fauna. Also Rich in tea and coffee plantations, cardamom and pepper, Wayanad is the best holiday destination for Summers.
Places to visit: Chembra peak, Banasura Sugar Dam, Meenmuthy Waterfalls.

15. Shillong, Meghalaya

Another one of the best destinations to escape the Summers, Shillong is a hill station which can be reached from all the sides. It has got Police Bazar, Elephant falls, Sweet Falls, Umiam Lake, Beadon Falls as the wonderful attractions.

16. Munnar

A scenic beauty which will bring serenity to your very senses, exquisite tea and coffee plantations, beautifully placed resorts and lush greens, Munnar is a famous adventure summer holiday destination. Fishing, Boating, Mountaineering, Tea Museum are the magnificent attractions of the hill station.

17. Coonoor, Tamil Nadu

Coonoor is the second largest hill station in the Nilgiris with palatial tea plantations and Classic quality shawls. A place of Handlooms, antiques, Coonoor serves as the best holiday destination to visit in Summers.

18. Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Mount Abu accounts for another best holiday destination for Summers, amidst the blistering heat of Rajasthan. Serving as a pilgrimage to Jains and Hindus, Mount Abu is best known for its Dilwara temple and Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary.

19. Auli

Another best and probably the most favourite summer holiday destination during Summers will be Auli which is situated away from the crowd of people and pollution still maintaining its beauty and serenity. Rappelling and Rock Climbing are the most sought after sports for the adventure lovers.

20. Spiti Valley

Welcome to The Spiti Valley if you wish to delight the adventurer in you. This holiday destination is all for those who are looking for adventure sports amidst the beautiful Himalayas. Spiti Valley situates within itself one of the oldest monasteries in the world: Ki Monastery and Tabo Monastery.

21. Mussoorie

People from Delhi will unwind their summer feels in this amazing and the most favourite holiday destination. Suggestive of the British Affairs here long time back makes it a popular tourist attraction with Library Point, Lal Tibba and Jwalaji temple as its super main attractions.

22. Nainital

The best honeymoon and holiday destination to beat the summer and bask in the love of the nature, Nainital is a beautiful valley with its market, Naini Lake as the main attraction. Around 120 Kms from Nainital is Jim Corbett, best known for its wildlife sanctuary and oldest churches in India. Nainital and its iconic attractions are best destinations to spend your summer holidays.

23. Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand

Also known as the Mini Kashmir, Pithoragarh is a place for high altitude treks and natural falls. Supreme attractions of this place consist of the Askot Wildlife Sanctuary, Arjuneshwar Temple, Dhwaj Temple.

24. Dharamshala McLeodganj, Uttarakhand

Alluring scenic beauty, soul-soothing chills, Buddhist Monasteries, Dharamshala is a place to go to during Summers. It serves as the best travel destination for the foreign travellers.

25. Coorg


Karnataka’s Hill Station Coorg is situated amidst the valleys of Western Ghats and offers you the most luxurious holiday in India. This hill station serves as the best holiday destination for trekking and relaxation.

Book your tickets with the best travel agency, visit any of these places, and beat the heat of 2019!

 

05 Jul, 2019
How much does a trip to Kerala cost you?

Kerala is altogether different from the remainder of India. For one, this territory is the most proficient and differing region in the nation with holy places, mosques, Hindu sanctuaries, and even synagogues. This current states' training and human services are a long way past the remainder of the nation putting them keeping pace with numerous Western regions of the world. Notwithstanding, despite the fact that this territory is unfathomably different and dynamic, don't anticipate that everybody should talk or get English. There are attractive Kerela travel packages that you can choose from.

Best of all, this zone is by a long shot the most secure in all of India. There is no frequency of sightseers being duped or underestimated. Just ask for Kerela tour packages with price when booking. You will have the best suggested ones to choose from.

Sights

As the home to probably the most various biological systems on the planet, you'll discover a lot of common marvels to see in Kerala. From backwaters to mountains, woods parks to shorelines, there truly is something for everybody.

Be that as it may, make certain to add a lot of religious attractions to your rundown. This territory has lovely sanctuaries, places of worship, mosques and more to look at - across the board state.

There are additionally many exhibition halls and recorded spots worth a visit. The Hill Palaces, for instance, hold in excess of 200 ancient rarities including the Crown Jewels.

At that point, obviously, in case you're progressively inspired by an unwinding meander through the nearby culture, there's Munnar. This tired little town is direct amidst the tea ranches. Meander the boulevards and afterwards visit a real

24 May, 2019
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