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Kochin
Kochin
Kochi, India formerly known as Cochin, is a city in the Indian state of Kerala Kochi or Cochin is popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea,[also flaunts one of the finest natural harbours of the world. Old Kochi loosely refers to a group of islands which comprise Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi, Mattancherry, etc. It is one of the principal tourist destinations of Kerala. The city derives its name from the Malayalam word Kochazhi meaning small lagoon.
Alappuzha
Alappuzha
Alappuzha has always enjoyed an important place in the maritime history of Kerala. Today, it is famous for its boat races, backwater holidays, beaches, marine products and coir industry. Alappuzha Beach is a popular picnic spot. The pier, which extends out to the sea here, is over 137 years old. Entertainment facilities at the Vijaya Beach Park add to the attraction of the beach. There is also an old lighthouse nearby which greatly intrigues all visitors.

Houseboats come equipped with all the comforts of a good hotel room including furnished bedrooms, modern toilets, cozy living rooms, a kitchen and even a balcony for angling. An uninterrupted view of life in the backwaters can be enjoyed while staying in a houseboat.
Munnar
Munnar
Munnar, the famed hill station of south India, is a romantic locale where natural beauty is everywhere to visit, explore and to enjoy. Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams – Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala – and the word ‘Munnar’ means three rivers in Malayalam.

Situated about 1600m above sea level, the hill station had been the summer resort of the British Government during the colonial era. Imprints of the colonial past stand tall in the Munnar town in the form of English country cottages. Virgin forests, savannah, rolling hills, scenic valleys, numerous streams, huge splashy waterfalls, sprawling tea plantations and winding walkways are all part of the great holiday experience on offer for a traveler to Munnar.


Wayanad
Wayanad
Wayanad is a must-see destination in Kerala. It’s is a cocoon of natural beauty; a place completely detached from the fast pacing world. Sandwiched between the wildlife sanctuaries- Mudumalai in Tamil Nadu and Bandhipur in Karnataka, Wayanad encompass a vast stretch of green land. With a lesser population compared to other parts of Kerala, Wayanad rests in calmness and in close communion with nature, wild life and traditions. Tropical forests, deep valleys, jungle streams, rivers and hills combines together to form Wayanad’s landscape. Wayanad is also known for its rich tribal heritage. About fifty tribal communities still exists here, passing many traditional secrets to the visitors and city dwellers. Located on the southern tip of Deccan plateau, Wayanad’s main glory is the Western Ghats. Wayanad is bordered by Nilgiris and Mysore districts in the East and Coorg in the North.