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Locations for Honeymoon to visit in Kerala

 

Vagamon- Green Meadows

What does lunch provide for every couple without sunny hills, sunny gardens, and cool mountain air? But if you want to leave crowds, don’t go to Munnar to visit Vagamon. Although the picturesque landscape of Vagamon draws visitors from around the world, it is still very environmentally friendly towns and villages. Look at sunset over eco-friendly wetlands with views of Vagamon and Murugan, Thangal and Kurisumala that are important to different religions in Kerala honeymoon packages.

Thrissur

Thrisur is well known for promoting classical performing arts, places of worship, the iconic Onam Festival, the Thrissur-Pooram, and the Vadakkumnathan Shrines, and the well-known Kerala City.

Thrissur, also known as Trichur, is where Kerala receives an overwhelming part of its happy and lively classical sound. Thrissur ensures that you have an ample Keralan culture with its vibrant incantations. The celebrated festivals are the most important attractions for visitors and it is not enough to go through Thrissur without looking at them. Several other sites are the Thrissur Temple, the Shakthan Thampuran Tomb, the Archaeological Museum, Athirapally Falls, and Heritage Garden.

Poovar Island

Poovar Island, situated on the southern tip of Trivandrum is one of the most unusual sites in the country. This is the estuary of the river, the bay, the sea, the beach. The unique natural wonder of Kerala produces an outstanding escape. Not surprisingly, Kerala Honeymoon is among the best places to visit.

Popova Island is known as the beach and backwaters. The unique luxury accommodation apart from the wonderful natural beauty is an exceptional honeymoon. Right here, resorts both offer improved land and water cottages floating.

Kozhikode

Kozhikode still has a special place in Kerala’s history when Vasco-da-Gama first arrived here and the legendary path to Spice was launched. This area remains historical beauty. Kozhikode Beach is the incarnation of the various qualities which make Kozhikode unique.

The Kozhikode of 500 years ago was called Calicut and has also been well-known for the years when cotton was sold to Jews, Phoenicians, and the Chinese during the seasons. The capital of Malabar was Calicut.

Wherever you go to Kerala, visiting Lake Veli and dining in the restaurant on the lake is an incredible experience. Boats paddle in the lake and see the floating bridge between the city and shore. The Veli Tourist Area is 8 kilometers away from Thiruvananthapuram.

Veli Tourist Village

Thiruvananthapuram is one of Kerala’s best tourist spots. The town loves energy but still lives in historical times. The capital is one of the most beautiful and green cities in India. Due to the amazing beaches and calm backwaters of palm trees and cocoon trees, sacred beauty is present. Tourists are busy with old monoliths and renowned temples. The Sree Padmanabha Swamy Holy Square is the most important location. The Holy Residence of Anantha Padmanabha offers spiritual happiness. Enjoy watersports and the magical culture of Kerala, while you enjoy the satisfaction of the region.

Kerala on Honeymoon Best Tips

 

Watch Kathakali Dance
Kathakali is the common dance shape of Kerala. Kathak is a musical story about people who stand by facial expressions and tricks.

The “Ernakulam Kathakali Club” is a popular spot to see this way of dancing and it helps us to understand how Kathakali has become the most famous medieval storytelling city in Kerala.

Cruise in a houseboat by backwater

A cruise on a houseboat in Kerala can’t be missed by every honeymoon dream. Kumarakom, Alleppey, Ashtamudi, and many other places are available to sail backwaters. Enjoy your partner as the boat smoothly transports you on a journey of life.

Hang in the treetop of Kerala

A treehouse, surrounded by hectares of lush trees, is perhaps one of the ten most romantic activities in Kerala.  It is a marvelous, romantic, and private experience, even in the woods. Instead of common destinations, choose a stay in Kerala Treehouse. The rest is usually 15 meters above the ground in wood houses, with a porch, rooms, and a washroom, all equipped with modern amenities.

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