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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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Places to visit in Kasaragod Town of Kerala

Places to visit in Kasaragod Town of Kerala

Places to visit in Kasaragod Town of Kerala Kasaragod town of Kerala is a town as well as a municipality in the Kasaragod district of Kerala. This town is about 52 km away from Mangalore by road. Kasaragod town is the administrative headquarters of Kasaragod district. The notable landmarks of Kasaragod town are the Ananthapura Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Madhur Temple and…

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Places to visit in Kozhikode City of Kerala

Kozhikode city of Kerala is also known by the name Calicut. Kozhikode is a coastal city in Kerala on the Malabar Coast and there are many wonderful places to visit in Kozhikode. This city is the part of the second largest urban agglomeration in the state of Kerala. Kozhikode is also the 3rd largest city of Kerala with a population of 2,030,519…

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Places to visit in Kollam

Places to visit in Kollam City of Kerala

Kollam which is also known as Quilon is an old seaport and a wonderful city on the Laccadive Sea cost in Kerala. Kollam sea port of Kollam city was founded by Mar Abo in 825 AD at Thangasseri. Kollam is a coastal city on the bank of Ashtamudi Lake which lies 71 km north from the state’s capital. Kollam city…

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Places to visit in Kochi of Kerala !

Kochi also known as Cochin is a major port city in the state of Kerala which is situated on the west coast of India by the Arabian Sea. Kochi is a fascinating town that is had associate degree eclectic influence. Arabs, British, Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese all have left their mark here and there are many interesting places to visit…

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