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Best time to visit Thrissur, Kerala

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Thrissur being the cultural hub of Kerala is the fourth largest city of Kerala. It is one of the most beautiful and important city of Kerala. It is geographically situated at the central part of Kerala and is stretched at a distance of 101 kms. Thrissur on the north-east side touches Kochi at a distance of 75km. The amazing city of…

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Best time to visit Munnar, Kerala

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Placed at an altitude of around 6000 ft in the western ghat range in idukki district, Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations of south India, it is located at a distance of 266km from the heart of the state Trivandrum. This amazing hill station is true example of nature’s beauty which attracts and hypnotizes nature lovers from…

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Best time to visit Kochi (Cochin), Kerala

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Kochi also known as Cochin is a major city of South India. It is situated on the south western coast of India. It is also claimed to be the Queen of Arabian Sea especially for its beauty and the role it plays on the history of Kerala. It’s because of its significant location that has transformed Cochin into a spice…

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Best time to visit Kollam (Quilon), Kerala

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Kollam also known as Quilon is situated at about 71km on the north side of the state capital, Thiruvananthampuram. It also serves as a gateway to the backwaters of Kerala. During the ancient time this place use to be a well renowned trading center for spice.  Presently this district is the hub of cashew trading industry as well as fishing…

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how to get the best homestay (Village life) in Kerala ?

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Kerala, Also renowned as God’s own country, is blessed with rich cultural heritage and a mesmerizing natural beauty. From beautiful backwaters to hypnotizing historical sites this state has it all, which is why it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. It has even been listed in “ten paradises of the world” and “50 must see destinations…

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Kerala Backwaters – A Timeless Journey

Kerala Backwaters Kerala Backwaters are a network of lakes, rivers, canals, inlets, lagoons estuaries and other forty four rivers that drain into Arabian Sea. The backwaters of Kerala elongates it’s beauty to a total distance of 900 Km. Serene surroundings and greenery hold its side path on its way to ocean. Earlier the backwaters were used as a source of…

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