No journey is complete if you have not been to Kerala – ‘Gods own Land’. Nestling between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, the land attracted the Arab traders since 7th century until the 16th century when the trade route was taken over by the European traders. A deep impact of European architecture could be seen in various buildings including the churches and old mansions.
In the southwest corner of India, embraced with the Western Ghats is the beautiful state of Kerala engraved with silver beaches, green fields, tranquil backwaters and palm trees. Green plantation is in abundance, from sea to the entire state; coconut palms stretch to the skies along backwaters concluding in the upward places of hills where tea and coffee plantations nurture the place into denser greens. There are so many unique attractions in the state that are the only way to experience its rich culture, its history through travelling in the state and explore something new every day. Some of the famous destinations in Kerala are Kochi, Periyar, Kumarakom, Munnar, etc.
Best Places to Visit in Kerala
This place is surrounded with churches, palaces, forts etc. build by Portuguese and Dutch. St. Francis Church is the oldest European Church in India. It has several antiquities including...