Alleppey is famous for its backwaters. Backwaters are a network of internal canals, rivers, and lakes. International and national travelers visit this place to enjoy a houseboat cruise on the backwaters. Apart from backwaters, there are other tourist attractions available in Alleppey like temples and churches.
Kochi is the cultural and economic capital of Kerala. It is the main hub of tourist activity and attracts visitors. From Chinese fishing nets to exotic spice cultivations, there’s a lot to feast your eyes upon in Kochi. This city is an amalgamation of various cultures that seek to endure even to date. There’s a surprise in every corner of Kochi, just waiting to be discovered.
Munnar is one of the most beautiful hill stations and tourist places in Kerala. The view of running clouds from the top of hills is absolutely amazing in Munnar. The scenic beauty of Munnar touches your heart and rejuvenates your mind and soul. Traveler can enjoy scenic waterfalls, sunny beaches, misty mountains, and gushing streams here.
Formerly, Thrissur was the capital of the Kingdom of Kochi, but it is considered as the cultural capital of Kerala because of its spiritual, cultural and religious aspect. Festivals celebration is the major attraction for tourists and a visit to Thrissur is incomplete without witnessing these festivals.
It is spread across approx 17 km along the coastline. Kovalam Beach is formed by three beaches - Lighthouse beach, Samudra beach, and Hawa beach. Experience shallow waters and low tidal waves and enjoy surfing, wooden, and motorboat riding there. Hawa beach is famous for its beautiful surroundings. Lined up palm grooves give attracts visitors to Kovalam Beach. It is a heaven for those who are looking for peace and relaxation on the beachside.
It is also known as Trivandrum and home of a unique heritage in the form of architecture, culture, and history dates back to 1000 BC. It is famous for its pristine beaches, temples, and scenic greenery. Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, a 260 year old structured is the main attraction of this spiritual city. The structure of this temple is a combination of Kerala and Dravidian style of architecture.
Reaching Kerala by air from across the world is very much possible. It has three international airports - Thiruvananthapuram International Airport located on the southern side, Kochi International Airport in central of Kerala, and Calicut International Airport at Up Northside.
Kerala is easily accessible by road through National Highways 17, 47, and 49.
Most of the places in and out of Kerala are interconnected by 200 Railway Stations. Direct trains to Kerala can be availed from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and other major Indian cities.
From Kochi, there are regular ships venturing towards the Lakshadweep Islands. Within the state, the backwaters of Kerala are not only a popular means of transportation but tourist attractions as well. Presently, these internal water navigation systems are the single most popular travel product of Kerala with its public ferry services, speed-boats, and houseboats or ' ketuvallams'.