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Originating in the verdant forests of Wayanad, Kabini is one of the favorite wildlife destinations of tourists in and around Karnataka. Famous for its wildlife and bird life, this beautiful river originates in Wayanad district of Kerala by the conflux of the Panamaram River and Mananthavady River. It is the only eastward flowing river in Kerala and joins Kaveri River at Thirumakudal Narasipur in Karnataka.
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Known as `God’s own country’, Kerala is a land of piety and religious fervor and to enjoy the spirit of the land one should `feel’ its festivals. Expressive with music and color, festivals of the land would attract every onlooker who has a longing to experience the richness of life. While different communities in the state celebrate several national festivals, there are some festivals which are unique to the land. Let’s take a tour.
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The Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi is a hot spot of tourist activity. With sights ranging from the serene backwaters to a rocking night life, Kochi has it all. Not to forget the numerous monument and religious structures which the place has. Most of the structures in this old colonial port city bear the marks of excellent architectural styles which range from Gothic to the chic. You need to step into this magical land to feel the cosmopolitan yet majestic feel of the state. So pack your bags right away to make a trip which you will remember for the rest of your lives.
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For those who want to “plunge boldly into the thick of life” and shake up their mundane lives a bit adventure tour is the answer. Though known for its serene beauty, Kerala has many adrenaline pumping tour spots. Those gearing up for action, adventure and fun should not miss the excitingly daring spots which the state has in store.
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Museums of the culturally rich state, Kerala, are the places where its history lies intact. Windows to the glorious legacy of the land, Museums should definitely end in your must visit list. The museums have rich collections of archeological artifacts, some of which date back to the Stone Age. While there are several museums in the state, some like the below mentioned ones should be given preference for they have on display a variety of artifacts which are not available elsewhere.
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Dams in Kerala might have come up mainly in the past four decades but being located in the most scenic spots these are now a major tourist attraction of the state. A walk on top of these humongous structures would reveal the splendour and calm of the river down and would also give the traveller, the breath taking sight of the surrounding landscapes. The best time to visit dams in the state would be during rainy season when the flood gates open to let out the roaring jet of water that gushes down to the river below.
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Any tourist who visits Kerala is likely to be attracted by the ubiquitous boards before the thatched huts along the roads proclaiming kallu meaning toddy or palm wine.
While visiting Alappuzha, make it a point to visit the famous kallu shops ( toddy bars). Kallu or palm wine, made from the sap of the coconut tree flower before it blooms, has been a traditional drink of Kerala.
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Land of greenery, Kerala is also known for its backwaters which are deep and tranquil. While there are backwaters even in the north and central Kerala, south Kerala is known for the widest and picturesque backwaters that lure tourists throughout the year. What one can experience while sailing through these peaceful water bodies is just pure joy of being afloat right in the bosom nature.
Over 900 Km of the Kerala backwaters are navigable and have been used for centuries by the local people for transportation. You can travel on these waterways on a traditional houseboat and enjoy the scenic beauty of the backwaters in Kerala, while on Kerala tour.
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The serene feel of backwaters, fresh look of greenery and paddy fields which stretch till the horizon, the mellifluous chirp of birds and sight of a dawn which is cool and beautiful – all this and more awaits you at Kumarakom, a village in Kerala- the land of backwaters and greenery. When you pack your bags, be ready for an experience which will fill your senses with purity and peace. The reminiscence of the trip would stay with you for a life time – we promise.
Known for its panoramic backwater stretches, Kumarakom, the small tourist village in Kerala is blessed with lush green paddy fields and also highlands. Situated in Kottayam district (76 km from Kochi) where lies the major backwater stretch of Kerala, Kumarakom is that place one should visit to be at peace with oneself.
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