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Best Tips For Your Summer Vacation to Kerala

Although Kerala lies a bit closer to the earth’s equator compared to all other states of India, the weather is extremely pleasant and comfy not only during the summer time but throughout the year. The main reason behind this is the compelling geographical location of this state i.e. at the west of it, there lies the great Arabian Sea and at the east, the wild Western Ghats! So, according to the Kerala tourism, you don’t have to bother about the vexatious summer days at all.

  • On the plain land, the average summer temperature in Kerala ranges between 28°C to 32°C. However, the temperature drops to 20°C in the hilly region. Hence, while packing for your trip to Kerala, remember to pack light warm clothes even in the summer time.
  • The summer in Kerala can be accompanied by whimsical rain! Hence, while packing, it’s better to carry an umbrella or raincoat to avoid drenching in erratic rainfall!

Popular Tourist Attractions in Kerala

Each year a lot of people from all over the world come to the “God’s own country” to witness the sheer brilliance of nature’s creation and beauty with their own eyes! Here is a list of some must-visited places in Kerala.

Munnar

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Munnar | Image Source: Pixabay

The invigorating beauty of Munnar is a rightful part of the “God’s own country”. Tourists and explorers from not only India but all over the world appreciate its allure!

Wayanad
Wayanad
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As this place is enriched with tempting natural beauty of thick and dense rainforest, majestic scenic view, ravishing waterfalls along with vast green tea states, Wayanad has justly won the title of ‘Green Heaven of Malabar’!

Thekkady
Thekkady
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Along with the magnificent panoramic view, Thekkady offers the tourists to enjoy the wildness and thrills of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.

Alleppey

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One of the most popular tourist interests of Kerala is this Alleppey Backwaters. Due to the phenomenal view, this is also referred as the ‘Venice of the East’.

Not only the above-mentioned places, Kerala tourism includes other enticing places like Kochi, Kumarakom, Thiruvananthapuram, Varkala, Vagamon, Kovalam etc. in their tour packages as well.

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