Each KERALA area has many attractions and lovely landscapes and all the sites are to be visited. Kovalam, Kottayam, Pallivasal, and Kundala are some of Kerala’s best places to visit. The seasonal spots may be divided as in Trivandrum, Winter Munnar, and Summer Wayanad during the monsoons. Here are the top 11 places to visit during the monsoon in Kerala.
Located next to the Arabic coast of the Alappuzha district, Alleppey offers tourist attractions in the backwaters, beaches, and lagoons. Aside from the backwaters of its long padding fields, the district of Alappuzha is one of the key tourist destinations. The paddy fields are grown annually under sea level, along with backwater and boat facilities, one of the biggest attractions in Kuttanad.
Munnar is a well-known hilly station located in Kerala at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundaly rivers. It is situated in the western ghats of the district of Idukki and is renowned for its major tea plantations. Munnar is one of India’s most romantic honeymoon destinations, as do Tea Plantations, Thick Forest, Valleys, Green mountains and flora, and fauna.
The Wayanad District is on the high altitude of majestic Western Ghats, situated in the northeastern part of Kerala. Wayanad is one of Kerala’s least-excavated and tribal habitats are a big part of it. Wayanad district is full of mountain ranges, lakes, and waterfall attractions. A three-stage, 300-meter-high waterfall in Kalpetta is located in Meenmutty Falls.
Kochi is a harbor city of Kerala on the west shore of India on the Arabian Sea, known earlier as Cochin. Kochi is part of Ernakulam district, and both are called twin towns in the eastern part of the mainland of Kochi. Port of Kochi, Indian Marines, Indian Coast Guards, and other big chemical factories are located in the city of Kochi. Kochi City is Kerala’s best and sixth-best destination in India. Kochi Marine Drive and Kochi Harbor are just a few popular places to visit all over the area, the Jain Mattancherry Temple.
Kozhikode is also known as Calicut, situated along with Kannur, Wayanad, Malappuram, and the Arabian Sea on the southwest coasts of Kerala. Calicut is the place that Tipu Sultan of Mysore lands and is part of Tipu Sultan of Mysore ceded to the British East India Company. A town is known for its numerous temples and mosques and other attractions like Thusharagiri Falls, Kuttiyadi Dam, and the seaport. The city is known as the town of Spices.
Thrissur is known as Kerala’s cultural capital, located in the central district of Thrissur. Thrissur Pooram is the most spectacular and colorful festival, hosting many cultural, spiritual, and religious festivals of the state. Puli Kali is one of the most famous folk dances performed during the Onam festival, also known as Tiger Dance.
Kannur is a city located in Kannur District in the North Malabar district of Kerala, and it is considered to be the land of Lord Krishna. The town’s architecture, pristine beaches, and adventure tourism are renowned for its Sam. Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach is one of the beaches of Asia, Payyamballam and Meenkunnu beaches are other beaches.
Thekkady in Kerala, located in the popular Periyar National Park, is a major tourist destination. There is a lot of Indian elephants, lion-tailed macaques, Nilgiri, Indian bison, and Bengal Tigers at the Periyar National Park. The Mullaperiyar Dam is located on the Periyar River and has created Periyar’s wildlife sanctuary as an artificial lake.
Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, is located on the West Coast of India bordering Tirunelveli, Kollam, and Kanyakumari. The Evergreen Town of India Thiruvananthapuram is also considered one of India’s 10 greenest Towns. Kerala’s largest city is an IT center with many educational institutions, the Napier Museum, and the Science Laboratory.
Also known for its processed coir and its development, Kollam is a seaport city on the shores of Lake Ashtamud. Quilon’s ancient town recognized as Indian best export hub for seafood, Kerala’s world capital, and Ashtamudi Lake.
Kumarakom is the popular resort in the vicinity of the city of Kottayam and is known for its houseboat in Vembanad Lake’s backwaters. Vembanad Lake is Kerala’s largest freshwater lake and India’s longest. The Bird Sanctuary in Kumarakom features a wide range of local and migratory birds.