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Take a trip to Kerala

When you set foot in Kerala, South India, you're instantly transported to a world where the scent of exotic spices wafts through the air, the tranquil waters of the backwaters meander through lush landscapes, and traditional dances tell ancestral stories.
Start your journey in the famous port city of Kochi, where ancient and modern blend harmoniously. Then embark on an unforgettable cruise along peaceful canals lined with coconut palms and verdant rice paddies. Let yourself be lulled by the gentle melody of the waves, and observe the daily life of the riverside villages as they come alive along the way.
For the ultimate relaxation experience, head to the enchanting resorts of Varkala and Kovalam, where the golden sandy beaches invite you to relax and contemplate. Treat yourself to an invigorating Ayurvedic massage to recharge your energies and recharge your batteries.
Kerala is also renowned for its nature reserves, such as Periyar National Park and the tea plantations of Munnar.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Kerala

  • Munnar

    In the heart of the misty mountains of Kerala lies Munnar, a haven of peace nestled at an altitude of 1,600 meters, this picturesque destination is famous for its endless tea plantations, majestic waterfalls and exotic wildlife.
    As soon as you arrive in Munnar, let yourself be enveloped by the freshness of the clean air and the intoxicating scent of tea leaves. Immerse yourself in a landscape of breathtaking beauty, where valleys stretch as far as the eye can see. Start your exploration with a visit to the famous tea plantations. Stroll through rows of carefully tended tea bushes, while learning the secrets of tea production and tasting aromatic cups in the tasting rooms.
    Continue your journey to Eravikulam Park, where you can spot the iconic mountain goat, the Indian tahr, as well as a multitude of colorful birds and butterflies. Climb to the summit of Anamudi, Kerala’s highest peak, for breathtaking panoramic views. The waterfalls of Munnar add a touch of magic to this natural tableau. Admire the power of the Attukad waterfall, whose tumultuous waters flow into a crystal-clear basin. Explore the area around the Lakkam waterfall, where you can bathe in natural pools and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
    For trekking enthusiasts, the surrounding mountains offer spectacular trails to hike. From the ascent of Anamudi Peak to the ascent of Mount Meesapulimala, the second highest mountain in Kerala.

  • Alleppey

    Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha and nicknamed the “Venice of Kerala”, is a charming coastal town, famous for its picturesque backwaters, suites of lagoons adjoining the Arabian Sea.
    During your visit, don’t miss a cruise aboard a traditional floating house, known as a “kettuvallam”, and let the calm waters lull you to sleep as you cruise through lush landscapes. Pass rice paddies and picturesque villages.
    A visit to the famous Nehru Trophy market is an absolute must. Soak up the exotic scents of spices and fresh fruit, and perhaps even attend a fish auction. Nature lovers will be delighted to visit the nearby Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. This ornithological paradise is home to a wide variety of migratory bird species. For total immersion in local culture, attend a Kathakali performance, a traditional Kerala art form combining dance, music and drama. Be enchanted by the artists’ dramatic facial expressions, colorful costumes and captivating performances.

  • Kochi

    As soon as you arrive in Cochin, you’ll be immediately captivated by the vibrant atmosphere of the old town. Stroll through the narrow streets and discover the remnants of the colonial past, with ancient European buildings cohabiting harmoniously with Hindu temples and mosques. Fort Kochi is one of the city’s most emblematic districts. Stroll along the famous waterfront, where you can admire traditional Chinese fishing nets and enjoy breathtaking sunset views. Don’t miss a visit to the Mattancherry Palace, a fascinating example of Indo-Portuguese architecture.
    The Jew Town district is another place to explore. Visit the Paradesi Synagogue, a 16th-century testimony to the region’s once thriving Jewish presence.

  • Periyar

    Deep in the verdant jungles of Kerala lies a breathtaking natural treasure: Periyar National Park. It’s a must-see destination for nature lovers and adventurers in search of unique experiences.
    When you enter the park, you’ll immediately be enveloped by the mystical atmosphere of the rainforest. The trails will lead you through vegetation where a multitude of wild animals live in their natural habitat. See elephants, tigers, wild boar and sambar in the wild, as well as many species of exotic birds.
    If you’re a keen hiker, don’t miss the opportunity to explore the trekking trails through the surrounding mountains. Climb to the peaks and enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding area. The Periyar waterfalls are also a sight not to be missed, offering a refreshing oasis in the middle of the jungle.

  • Wayanad district

    If you’re looking for an authentic nature getaway, then look no further. Wayanad is a true paradise for nature lovers, offering an immersive experience amid breathtaking scenery.
    Start your exploration with a visit to Wayanad National Park, where you’ll discover incredible biodiversity. From majestic elephants and stealthy tigers to mischievous monkeys and colorful birds, the region’s wildlife is sure to amaze.
    Another must-see is the Edakkal cave, an archaeological marvel that bears witness to the region’s fascinating past. Explore the ancient rock engravings and let yourself be transported into the captivating history of this land.
    If you’re a thrill-seeker, head for the mountain resort of Chembra. Climb to the top of the Chembra peak, which offers a view of the surrounding area. It’s an unforgettable experience for hikers and photographers in search of spectacular shots.

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