Kerala is a tropical paradise boasting of sandy beaches and swathes of coconut groves stretching along the coast. It's known for its coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife. With its unique geographical features, Kerala has emerged to be one of the most prominent tourist destinations. The land is bordered by the towering Western Ghats on the west and Arabian Sea on the east which is best known to reflect the exquisite natural beauty. There are hill-stations, backwaters, commercial cities, hamlets, and much more to explore on sightseeing tours in Kerala.
Aptly called ‘God’s own country’, the captivating beauty of Kerala is unmatched. With a laid back lifestyle, Kerala is perfect for a leisurely vacation to enjoy peace and solitude. Kerala showcases different hues of culture and lifestyle with pristine hill stations like Munnar and Wayanad, magical backwaters of Alleppey, Kumarakom, Thiruvallam, Kollam and numerous beaches. Home to age-old rejuvenating therapies of Ayurveda; enthusiastic and energetic dance forms like Kathakali; beautiful backwaters; fragrant flavors; unblemished shorelines; extravagant natural life; flavorsome cuisine; shining waterways; and rich history, Kerala is a blessed tropical paradise.
If one is looking to satiate their wanderlust, Kerala beckons tourists to a memorable sightseeing vacation with so much to discover. Kerala is also home to some of the most impressive churches, temples and mosques. Along with its surreal backwaters and shimmering beaches, the allure of Kerala is beyond imagination which enchants all the travelers. One can also witness the most spectacular waterfalls gushing down from the rocky cliffs. With the finest specimen of lush green surroundings and natural beauty, Kerala is every tourist dream come true.
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Considered as one of the most historic sites in Kannur, the St. Angelo Fort was constructed by the first Portuguese viceroy of India. The fort is triangular in shape appears as a massive yet magnificent structure standing at the helm of the ruthless sea. The laterite walls made of stone lend it an even more imposing air and it is a must-visit destination for architecture students. The sea wall segregating the fort from the sea provides breathtaking views of the Mopilla Bay. Visit the fort for taking a relaxing walk in the complex and enjoy stunning views of the Arabian Sea.Distance: 2.0 km from Kannur bus stand.Timings: 8 AM to 6 PM, every dayEntry fee: INR 10.
Famous as Kerala’s only drive-in beach, the Muzhappilangad offers some of the most stunning views of the yellow and orange sun setting along the golden sandy beaches of Malabar coast. The 4 km stretch of land running along the ocean is perfect for taking a romantic, leisurely stroll with your partner or just drive on the beach and soak in the naked natural splendour around. Photography enthusiasts can take breathtaking shots of the ocean and food lovers can munch on authentic Malabar snacks sold on the beach.Distance: 13.8 km from Kannur bus stand.Timings: No timing restrictionsEntry fee: There is no fee charged to enter the beach but if you want to drive a vehicle on the beach, you are charged INR 10.