Kerala has many tourist destinations that will intrigue any tourist. Eminent for its picturesque locations and natural life, Kerala is certain to captivate any nature lovers with its hills, backwaters, beaches, waterfalls, and wildlife. The state additionally has a rich legacy and flourishing society one can explore by going by the different forts, castles, galleries, landmarks, and explorer focuses. Both common and man-made splendor anticipate you every step of the way.



Top 10 best places to visit in Kerala

Gods own country, Kerala has some of the best tourist destinations for any sort of holiday plans. Kerala is blessed with greenery and wildlife and the cultural difference in this state makes Kerala a must see place for all. Nature and wildlife lovers or those who like history or the colonial monuments, Kerala has it all. European colonization in this state started with Portuguese, and all the major colonial powers of the world such as Portugal, Holland, Denmark, France, and England have established their presence in the state. Kerala was a commercial hub attracting Arabs, Chinese, Europeans to its shorelines.

Kerala is the place where spices, tea, coconuts, backwaters, elephants and the place where rich societies and customs, and has been a destination which attracts tourists and traders from all around the world. What makes Kerala the god’s own country? Without a doubt, we can say that the greenery and landscape make Kerala looks like the garden of heaven and backwaters and rivers make it look like the most diverse and beautiful place on earth. It is without question a standout tourist destination among the most visited tourist places on earth and that is the reason it is known as 'gods own country'. From the dazzling beaches along the malabar coast to the network of backwater waterways slicing through rice fields to the prestigious hill station in the western ghats, Kerala's scenes are practically as differing as the way of life in the state and history of the general population of Kerala is a central point which attracts tourist from everywhere.

Kerala, the very name brings up magical sight in the minds of travelers. In ancient times it was the flavors of spices that inspired pre-historic civilizations to battle unknown seas and storms to reach Kerala's shoreline, today it is the magic of diver’s culture and breathtaking natural beauty which draws travelers. But the magic hasn’t waned, even today. Instead, it has risen up to the skies, the desire that Kerala brings into the mind of travelers is gaining its magnitude year by year. Kerala is more than just a state, place, geography or a culture it is virtually a state of mind which makes a traveler fall into. A holiday in Kerala will definitely make your vacation happy days of your life, which will bring a surprise element in your life like Kerala surprises a traveler with its beauty and diverse culture.

If you are looking for a holiday package with beaches, hill stations, backwater, cultural monuments, tasty cuisines, spices, nature and wild life; then Kerala is the best place on earth that offers something for everyone. We at Kerala trip finder will help you in finding your best holiday in Kerala. 

List of Top 10 places to see in Kerala 











COCHIN, KERALA-FORT KOCHI-The Queen of Arabian Sea

COCHIN, KERALA-FORT KOCHI-The Queen of Arabian Sea

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Cochin is in the central part of Kerala and it gives easy access to all other major tourist destinations in Kerala. Cochin is a part of Ernakulam city, but still, the city is known as Cochin. Right from the ancient time Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Chinese and Persians reached called on this city for the flavors of spices and silk. All these traders have left timeless impressions on the land, which is visible even today. Cochin was a busy port for spice trading and became an integral part of trading routes. Only 8 kilometers far from the Ernakulam town is a notable place of Fort Cochin. The place used to be a municipal town for over a century and is one of the major urban components of the present-day Cochin; Ernakulam is another and Mattancherry shapes the third part. One can discover early English, Dutch and Portuguese houses and structures in both fort cochin and Mattancherry that take us back to those ancient times.

Top places to visit in Cochin on holiday

  • The Fort Kochi Beach, Fort Kochi
  • St. Francis Church, Fort Kochi
  • The Mattancherry Palace
  • Vasco House, Fort Kochi
  • Santa Cruz Basilica, Fort Kochi
  • The Jewish Synagogue, Fort Kochi
  • Bolghatty Palace - Bolghatty Island, Cochin
  • Marine Drive- Ernakulam
  • Hill Palace –Thripunithura, Cochin
  • Cherai Beach, Cochin
  • Kumbalangi- Model fishing village, Cochin
  • Kodanad Elephant camp, Cochin
  • Kaladi, Cochin



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Thiruvananthapuram is the capital city of Kerala is a mix of nature, wildlife and city life. Thiruvananthapuram is also known as Trivandrum is one of the most visited tourist places in Kerala. Thiruvananthapuram have everything to satisfy any traveler- famous beaches, memorable monuments, palaces, art galleries, backwaters and a rich social legacy.

Tourism has contributed strongly to the economy of Thiruvananthapuram. The whole tourism bundle of the state, such as hill stations, back waters, beaches and natural life havens is available in the region. A tourist from all round the world is coming to Thiruvananthapuram to experience all of these and a well-known destination in India for medical tourism, as there are more than fifty perceived Ayurveda hospitals in and on the city. If you are looking for a Kerala holiday trip with beaches and Ayurveda messages, then you should add Trivandrum or Thiruvananthapuram to your bucket list while you are in Kerala. These are the top places to see in Kerala selected by Kerala trip finder team.

Top place to visit in Trivandrum or Thiruvananthapuram

  • Kovalam Beach, Trivandrum
  • Shanghumukham Beach, Trivandrum
  • Varkala Beach, Trivandrum
  • Chowara Beach, Trivandrum
  • Hawa Beach, Trivandrum
  • Poovar Island, Trivandrum
  • Neyyar Dam and Wildlife Sanctuary, Trivandrum
  • Kuthiramalika (Puthenmalika) Palace Museum, Trivandrum
  • Padmanabhapuram Palace, Trivandrum
  • Napier Museum, Trivandrum
  • The Kanakakunnu Palace, Trivandrum
  • Priyadarshini Space Planetarium, Trivandrum
  • Vizhinjam RockCut Cave, Trivandrum
  • Thiruvananthapuram Zoo, Trivandrum
  • Attukal Bhagavathy Temple, Trivandrum
  • Vizhinjam Lighthouse Beach, Trivandrum
  • Magic Planet, Trivandrum
  • Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Trivandrum
  • Pazhavangadi Ganapathy Temple, Trivandrum
  • Veli Tourist Village, Trivandrum
  • Agasthyakoodam, Trivandrum 

MUNNAR– Most visited hill station of Kerala

MUNNAR–Most visited hill station of Kerala

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Munnar, the most beautiful and most visited hill station of Kerala situated at a distance of 120 km from Kochi, 284 km from Trivandrum, 142 km from Coimbatore, 134 km from Kottayam, 153 km from Thrissur, 100 km from thirapally falls and 150 km from Madurai, it is a standout tourist destination for honeymooners and family. Munnar is also a weekend gateway of Kochi.

Munnar, once the summer resort of the British government in the south. Munnar town is situated 5000 to 8000 feet on the Kannan Devan hills in devikulam taluk and is the biggest town in the Idukki locale covering a range of about 557 sq. Km. Munnar is also called as the Switzerland of south India. The weather, the hills covered with tea gardens, the greenery all around, the waterfalls, and the ride through the tea gardens makes everyone fall in love with this beautiful destinations. Munnar is very famous among honeymooners as they can enjoy the luxurious natural mountains enriched by tea gardens, the picturesque locations and there are many places in Munnar to experience wildlife, lot of homemade chocolates and spices to buy. Munnar is known for neelakurinji blossoms, which sprouts once in 12 years. The kurinji season in Munnar is an amazing sight as the hills and valleys are covered by neelakurinji blossoms.

The best places to visit in Munnar/ Most visited places in Munnar 

  • TATA Tea Museum- Munnar
  • Blossom Park- Munnar
  • Pothamedu ViewPoint- Munnar
  • Attukal Waterfalls- Munnar
  • Top Station- Munnar
  • Kundala Lake/Dam-Munnar
  • Mattupetty Dam- Munnar
  • Eravikulam National Park- Munnar
  • Marayoor Dolmens- Munnar
  • Anamudi- Marayoor Dolmens- Munnar
  • Indo Swiss Diary Farm- Munnar
  • Lock hart Gap- Munnar
  • Cheeyapara Waterfalls- Munnar
  • Mount Carmel Church- Munnar
  • Meesapulimala- Munnar
  • Pallivasal- Munnar

ALLEPPEY– Backwater Houseboat Cruising in Kerala

ALLEPPEY–Backwater Houseboat Cruising in Kerala

Alappuzha is the backwater hub of kerala, alleppey is an amazing place and very famous for the backwater holidays on houseboats. It is one of the best tourist destinations to visit in kerala, a house boat ride in the alleppey houseboat is an experience which you can never find in any other place on earth. Alleppey is also known as 'venice of the east' by lord curzon. A houseboat cruise along the regular backwaters in alleppey gives an opportunity to watch scenes attractions like luxurious paddy zones beneath the water levels, beautiful small churches, fishing nets, ducks in water, water lilies and so on, beyond any doubt this experience will be in your mind everlastingly and this is one of the best places to visit in kerala in october to december.

Some other tourist destinations in alleppey are chettikulangara bhagawathy temple , arthunkal church , krishnapuram palace, pathiramanal, marari beach, sri krishna temple in ambalappuzha and so on other than the shoreline in alleppey which might be among the nearest experiences to arabian sea. September to May are the best time to visit and go to alleppey which has few of the best backwater visits in kerala. All months from september to may are great time to visit and go to alleppey which has few of the best backwater visits in kerala.

 Top places to visit in Alleppey or Alappuzha/ Things to do in Alleppey

  •   Alappuzha Beach, Alappuzha
  •   Kuttanadu Backwater Cruise, Alappuzha
  •   Snake Boat Races, Alappuzha
  •   Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple, Alappuzha
  •   Pathiramanal, Alappuzha
  •   Ambalapuzha Temple, Alappuzha
  •   Vembanad Lake, Alappuzha
  •   Kayamkulam Lake, Alappuzha
  •   Bassilica of St. Mary chambakulam, Alappuzha
  •   Marrari Beach, Alappuzha
  •   International Coir Museum, Alappuzha
  •   Krishnapuram Palace, Alappuzha 

WAYANAD - The green paradise of Kerala

WAYANAD - The green paradise of Kerala

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Wayanad, the green heaven is located in the mountains of the western ghats.tall trees in the hills as if in a desire to touch the sky forming the outskirt of the greener piece of kerala. Forests and wildlife makes wayanad the soul of nature. This land is loaded with history and culture. Situated at a distance of 76 km, from the beaches of kozhikode, this hill station is loaded with plantations, forests and wild life. Wayanad hills are extended to mudumalai and bandhipur forests; in this way framing an immense land mass for the wild life to move around in their most characteristic habitation.

Wayanad remains settled in the beauty of nature. Refreshing greenery, stunning wildlife and the diverse village life make wayanad a best place to visit in kerala for those who love nature, wildlife and slow pace of life. The breathtaking natural beauty makes wayanad an heaven for tourist. Kerala trip finder team have listed the must see places in wayanad as below.

Best places to visit in Wayanad - Most visited places in Wayanad 

  • Edakkal Caves,Wayanad
  • Chembra Peak,Wayanad
  • Thirunelli Temple,Wayanad
  • Varambetta Mosque,Wayanad
  • Sentinel Rock Waterfalls,Wayanad
  • Kuruva Island,Wayanad
  • Pookot Lake,Wayanad
  • Pakshipathalam,Wayanad
  • Ambalavayal Heritage Museum,Wayanad
  • Chethalayam Waterfalls,Wayanad
  • Pazhassi RajaTomb,Wayanad
  • Banasura Dam,Wayanad
  • Soochippara Waterfalls,Wayanad
  • Kalpetta,Wayanad
  • Kanthanpara Waterfalls,Wayanad
  • Lakkidi,Wayanad

CALICUT - The untold tale of Kerala

CALICUT -The untold tale of Kerala

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The name calicut derived from an ancient fort named koyil kotta which eventually became caicut. Calicut or kozhikode is full of culture and history. This place was an integral part of kerala since ancient times. The history of calicut could well be the history of kerala. Kozhikode now is the fast-growing center of trade and business in kerala. Kozhikode is famous for unique cuisine- the biriyani, halwa, and a sweetmeat. There are many tourist places in calicut which will be loved by the history lovers.

Top places to see in Calicut- Most visited places in Calicut

  • The Pazhassi Rajahh Museum and Art Gallary, Calicut
  • Kappad Beach, Calicut
  • Beypore, Calicut
  • Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Calicut
  • Kakkayam Dam, Calicut
  • Peruvannamoozhy Dam, Calicut
  • Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary, Calicut 

VAGAMON - getaway from everyday life

VAGAMON-getaway from everyday life

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Vagamon hill station is located in the kottayam-idukki outskirts of kerala. Vagamon is situated 1200 meters above sea level, 37 km from palai and 42 km from thodupuzha. This hill station is famous for adventure activities and trekking. This place is full variety of flora and fauna spread over various locations. This hill station is unlike munnar is full of tall trees and covered in tall grasses. Reaching vagamon itself is a phenomenal experience for everyone. The wandering street to vagamon is cut in strong shake fixed with pine forest. Furthermore, as you move around the green-topped hills, the clouds may come into seeing a great many feet beneath you.

Top places to see in Vagamon- Most visited places in Vagamon

  • Thangal Para, Vagamon
  • Murugan Mala, Vagamon
  • Vagamon falls, Vagamon
  • Kurisumala,  , Vagamon
  • Vagamon Lake, Vagamon
  • Maramala waterfalls, Vagamon
  • Mundakayam Ghat, Vagamon
  • The Pattumalai Church, Vagamon

THEKKADY- favorite wildlife sanctuary of Kerala

THEKKADY- favorite wildlife sanctuary of Kerala

Thekkady has located about 156 km from the cochi city, 140 km from madurai city and madurai airport, 145 km from cochin international airport and 114 km from kottayam railway station.

Thekkady is located near to kerala-tamil nadu border. The sanctuary is famous for its evergreen, forests and savanna grass lands. Thekkady is home to elephants, sambar dear, tigers, gaur, lion-tailed macaques, and nilgirilangurs. Home to the nation's biggest tiger reserve-periyar, thekkady is an incredible place to appreciate a wilderness get-away. 

Periyar national park, being the most famous attraction of thekkady, the greatest attractions of periyar wildlife sanctuary is where you can witness wild elephants, deer, bisons come down to drink water in the lake. Vagamon is one place where you can enjoy the variety of adventure and refreshing activities such as bamboo boating in the catchment region of mullaiperiyar dam, trekking in the forest to catch the glimpse of wildlife. You can also choose for a night trek in the wild of periyar.

Don't miss the elephant rides here at very cheap cost. With these rides, you can go into the forests and appreciate the exciting background of locating wild life exceptionally close. Trekking additionally should be possible with the assistance of foresters. Thekkady is also honored with a few lavish hotels, resorts and home stays. In this way, you won't discover any trouble in finding your accommodation. You can appreciate the peaceful and quiet environment of thekkady, while having a stay in this resorts and hotels.

Other than the national park, you can also see spots like murikkady, cellar kovil, anakkara, mangala devi temple and so forth at thekkady. To reach thekkady, you can get down at cochin or madurai airport.

Best places to visit in Thekkady/Thekkady Tourist places

  • Periyar Lake, Thekkady
  • Kadathanadan Kalari Centre, Thekkady
  • Mudra Cultural Centre, Thekkady
  • Elephant Junction, Thekkady
  • Ramakalmedu, Thekkady
  • Periyar Tiger trail, Thekkady
  • Kumily, Thekkady
  • Chellarkovil, Thekkady
  • Mullaperiyar Dam, Thekkady
  • Deepa World Spice And Ayurvedic Garden, Thekkady

POOVAR ISLANDS – Luxury backwater of Kerala

POOVAR ISLANDS–Luxury backwater of Kerala

Poovar is one of the naural marvels where the lake, river, sea, and beach meet the land. An uncommon thing to see in kerala.

Poovar is untainted by commercialization and unexplored by many, enveloped by the most serene backwaters, and opening out to the ocean and a beautiful sand beach. The significance of poovar has its solid ties with the amazing king of the state of travancore, the considerable marthanda varma maharaja .

Poovar island has become a much sought after tourist destination in thiruvananthapuram, kerala. Poovar beach, close to the kovalam beach, isolates the river neyyar from the ocean. Poovar is basically a fishing town and the best way to achieve poovar is through the water. Known for its flawless and virginal magnificence, poovar beach is mysterious for those individuals who adore separation. Beach exercises and water sports are not created in this beach considering the local fishermen populace.

What to do in Poovar islands / what to see in Poovar Islands

  • Poovar Backwater Cruise
  • Lighthouse Beach
  • Kovalam Beach
  • Vizhinjam Lighthouse
  • Hawa Beach
  • Samudra Beach
  • Chowara Beach
  • Dr. Franklin's Panchakarma Institute and Ayurveda Centre
  • Vellayani Lake
  • Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium
  • Ayurveda treatments

THRISSUR- land of festivals

THRISSUR-land of festivals

Centrally situated in Kerala, Thrissur is known as the "Social capital of Kerala" and has been the place of various cultural and social significance. Thrissur is worked around a hillock on which the well known Vadakkunathan Temple is situated. Despite the fact that the Zamorins and Tippu have controlled here, Sakthan Thampuran was the draftsman of the advanced Thrissur and the person who changed over Thrissur into a business center.Thrissur is famous as 'the pooram city'. As a matter of fact, the city is worked around the huge open space called 'Thekkinkadu maidanam' encompassing the midway found Vadakkumnatha temple. Around the maidan lies the 'Swaraj Round', the roundabout ring street, with a few outspread streets beginning from it. Thrissur is a land of many Temples, Churches and Masjids. Thrissur has many faces that attracts tourists from around the world. A Kerala holiday without Thrissur is incomplete as this has been landing which history holds dear to its heart.

 Top places to visit in Thrissur/ what to see in Thrissur

  • Shakthan Thampuran Palace
  • Thrissur Zoo
  • Basilica of Our Lady of Dolours, Thrissur
  • Kollengode Palace, Thrissur
  • Mural Art Museum, Thrissur
  • Vaidyaratnam Ayurveda Museum, Thrissur
  • Vadakkunnathan Temple, Thrissur
  • Paramekkavu Bagavathi Temple, Thrissur
  • Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple, Thrissur
  • St. Thomas Church, Palayoor, Thrissur
  • Thekkinkadu Maidan, Thrissur
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral, Thrissur
  • Kerala Lalithakala Akademi, Thrissur
  • Nehru Park, Thrissur


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