The God’s own country Kerala has been listed among the “12 destinations to travel in 2017”. It is the only Indian destination which claimed the spot in the list announced by the Association of British Travel Body [ABTA], the most prominent Travel and Tour operators association in Britain. No wonder, the evergreen land of Kerala has been entertaining travellers all around the world for years. It is still most sought after destination in India. Winged visitors from all parts of the world come to Kerala for a lifetime experience, let it be cruising in a houseboat on the glistening backwaters of Alleppey, strolling through the lush green tea plantations of Munnar, witnessing the life of the local residents, a wildlife jeep safari through the thick jungle of Periyar, or sunbathing at the crescent beaches of Kovalam, Kerala is a wonderland.
Is Kerala for the foodies? Of course, Yes! Being named the “God’s own country, it for sure is a food heaven by all means. The Kerala cuisine is famous for its liberal use of spices [Well! it is the land of spices indeed] and coconut in all their dishes. The wide varieties of food and the distinct flavour offer tourists a new world of finger licking good cuisine. Kerala is not backing off in the sector of Wellness Tourism as well. Home to the Vedic knowledge of Ayurveda, people also visit Kerala to enjoy an Ayurvedic massage to relax and rejuvenate. Kerala welcomes nearly 200,000 visitors from Britain every year, accounting for 20% of the overall tourist arrivals in the state.
Head off to Kerala for an exciting holiday.
Visit Indian Panorama for more information for travel plans to Kerala.