Bet you will feel this the moment you enter Kerala "Gods own country"Down south richly thriving culture With Idlis, Kathakali and Backwaters, A silent escape to silence. It's also one of the cleanest and well maintained out of all the states with a real sight of blue beaches and no garbage. The credit goes to the local community that thrives to keep this place cleaner and better .Varkala is one of the must-visit beaches you cannot miss with less crowd and more water it's a treat to the human eye.
Here's a Few To Do's you would love to cross out on When in Kerala.
1.Sleep On the Waters
Must visit Boathouse experience in the backwaters. The lush palm trees guiding the landscape, spot the variety in wildlife and watch houses and villages up close. A houseboat cruise is a journey to another world. With breakfast served in bed while afloat it's a perfect night to celebrate love among honeymooners and enthralling experience to all ages.
2. Go "Traditional"
Visit the small villages for hands-on cultural experience, rich in vibrant local. Make time stand still, enjoy a meal with banana leaves with a local family, indulge in a great conversation. Kumbalangi Village Tours offers a group to paddy fields on the outskirts of Kochi. Here you can witness first-hand fishery and agriculture their only source of income. Get to be like them and live like them for a day, dive into their rich culture.
3.Dip Yourself in Ayurveda
Ayurveda, an ancient Indian practice with health benefits, a lifestyle practice with yoga and healthy munching. Many Spas and resorts thrive in Kerala due to its warm climate and supply of medicinal plants. A trip to an Ayurvedic healing centre indulge in a couples spa like an oil massage, a relaxing treatment relish in dripping warm oil onto the forehead. Its rich in cultural spirituality experience is relishing and nourishing the young soul.
Catch the Every, monsoon season
Social gathering coming alive with colourful snake boat races.A group of 110 rowers race along the inland waterways. Every village represents its own snake boat, each with different size and style. The building of the boats and the celebration is a culture that joins the community with water. Indulge in the sight of this boat races as they have become an Olympic event.
5. Chai Lover
Taste Tea with your Hubby, the variety is overwhelming and refresh your eyes with the greens of Tea plantation. A major business in Kerala mostly run by the women, the state proudly holds top tea plantations in Munnar and Wayanad. Stay in a typical Tea plantation surroundings. Book a tree house or go tea tasting. Check out the Tea Museum in Munnar to get a peek inside vast tea history.