To many, the first picture to run in their minds speaking of Kerala, The God’s Own country is it’s backwaters. And Alappuzha is the most charming landspace of Kerala for its gorgeous backwaters. Known by the name Venice of the East, Alappuzha brings the charm of the water world that is the very soul of the land- labyrinth of lakes, lagoons, freshwater rivers, traditional fishing, the life of its water-bound villages have made the land attractive beyond words to describe. Enjoy backwater tours, go deep to the very soul of the land and experience it uncut. Snake-boat races, (usually held every August), pristine beaches with coconut palms, marine and coir products industries will bring you the experience of a lifetime.
Your must visit hill station, placed at a height of 6000ft above Sea level in the Western Ghats. Munnar simply means three rivers, referring to its location at the meeting place of the rivers Kundaly, Nallathanni and Madhurapuzha, comes from the words ‘Moonu’ (three) and ‘Aaru’ (river). Munnar for ages have attracted tourists for its pristine beauty and unspoiled charm, the top destination for adventure seekers, honeymooners, wild life and nature lovers, known for the blue-blanketed hills and valleys by Neelakurinji flowers which blooms only every 12 years. Enjoy virgin forests, picturesque valleys, waterfalls, warbling brooks, looming colonial villas and unending tea plantations, all dipped in a beautiful, salubrious, chilly climate.