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Would you like to spend your holidays in a charming green destination? Or wish to spend your honeymoon in the middle of a lake? Or want to enjoy an enchanting beach? God's own country –Kerala welcomes you. The National Geographic Traveler listed Kerala as “one of the top 50 ‘must-see destinations of a lifetime.’”
Why should you choose Kerala? The simple answer is, “Kerala is cute”. This greenery well-inhabited state is located in India's southern part with a long seashore and extended range of hills. The weather is very comfortable throughout the year, and it makes nature very green. Since Kerala is a small state, you can avoid long road journeys to see different places. We recommend you to give priority to Kerala if you plan to visit our beautiful country.KNOW MORE ABOUT KERALA
This website aims to give free travel advice website dedicated to Kerala. If you wish to visit Kerala, the information on this website will undoubtedly help you. There are several websites for Kerala tours, but most of them seem complicated. We tried our level best to simplify the details. We have uploaded real pictures of each destination to get to know each place before you visit. This website will recommend how to combine different tour destinations. We have ranked the tourist destinations. If you booked your tour through a travel agent, we offer you a free itinerary review and will give you our valuable suggestions because we want you to enjoy your special visit.
Our (Cute Kerala) aim is to promote Kerala Tourism. Our guests can make their own best Kerala tour packages to enjoy your Kerala Tours (trips) well. We have simplified the details and straight to the points as much as possible to save your time. We have included comprehensive information about 12 prominent tourist places in Kerala. We value our guests, so we designed this website from a traveler's viewpoint. From the bottom of our heart, we say, "Welcome to Kerala – God's own country" (the slogan of Kerala Tourism).
It is a place of backwater and sea, a small town surrounded by the Arabian sea and bushes. Alappuzha beach is one of the best beaches to swim, and its waves will make you happy.
We describe Kovalam beach as the best beach in the world! We hope you will thumbs-up after visiting. It has a particular area for tourists. Wide swimming area and comfortable tides (waves). Best beach for sunbath.
Munnar is one of the most popular chilling hill stations in South India. These nestle mountain range that runs parallel to the western coast of the Indian peninsula, at an altitude of 6000 feet.
Kumarakom lake, rich in flora and fauna, is located 15 kilometers away from Kottayam -the town of letters. Luxury resorts are beside the Vembanad lake give a panoramic view of the backwaters.
Kovalam has three beaches- Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach, Samudra Beach- separated by rocky outcroppings in its 17 km coastline. These sandy beaches are best for sunbath and surfing.
Alappuzha, a small exotic town surrounded by the Arabian sea and backwaters, is known as Venice of the East. Sandy beaches on the west and charming lakeshore on the east give you a memorable experience.
National Geographic Traveler has listed Vagamon on their directory of the "50 most attractive places to visit in India". Reaching Vagamon itself is an extraordinary experience. It is a favorite location for film shootings.
Bekal, the largest Fort in Kerala, constructed in 1650 CE, which faces the Arabian sea, is on Kerala's northern side. You can see the beauty of the Fort as well as the silverish waves of the sea.
Kochi is known as the commercial capital of Kerala. It is a beautiful city surrounded by backwaters and beaches. If you plan to visit Kerala, just allocate one full day at Kochi to explore major attractions in this city.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is the habitat of much regional wildlife that is around a freshwater lake. Many hotels and resorts in this area give a memorable experience of chilling nature and wildlife
Athirappilly is famous for two nearby cascades (Athirappilly and Vazhachal). It is the biggest waterfall in Kerala, with approximately 80 feet in height. Athirappilly is also known as the 'Niagara of India.'
Kuttikkanam is between the high range and the low range. Dew from the valley to the mountain will make your heart and mind rejoice. You will like staying in Kuttikkanam since It is a beautiful place for a honeymoon.
Wayanad is a very green tableland by nature that is 62 miles away from the Calicut International airport. The road with several hairpin bends leads to Wayanad, one of the best tourist destinations in Kerala.
Fort Kochi, an estuary where the Arabian sea meets backwaters, is a traditional old town with a rich history since Vasco da Gama's arrival to India. Fishing nets on the beach is the main attraction there.
Nelliyampathi a hill station located in Palakkad district, famous for tea and coffee plantations. You can enjoy a peaceful vacation while you are away from vehicles' noise and close to nature and its fresh air.
We have noticed that when a tourist is planning to visit India, the first destination in their mind is the Taj Mahal, then Delhi, Agra, Bangalore, Goa, etc. But very few choose Kerala as "Optional." But there is "a lot to see in Kerala." It is the greenest state in India, with a literacy rate of 93.91. You have noticed the Malayalees (Malayalam is our mother tongue) who are either migrated or working in your country, men with big mustaches! Kerala's population is around 35 million and mostly are middle-class. Three International Airports and our sophisticated road network make your travel easy.
Apart from the above mentioned major tour destinations, there are so many other minor tourist destinations in Kerala. We sort those destinations in district wise. To know the minor tourist destinations in Kerala