The cuisine of Kerala represents the many cultures that have influenced the way of life of the locals and continue to do so even today.
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Situated at the foot of the Western Ghats, in a location that bridges Kerala with the neighboring state, Tamil Nadu, Palakkad has ancient temples, monuments and nature reserves.
The Alleppey Snake Boat Race is a spectacle that is worth experiencing for its festive mood, color and culture.
Located on Kerala’s coast, just north of Thiruvananthapuram, Varkala is a tourist destination that is perfect for a relaxed holiday with some history and culture.
Kozhikode in North Kerala has a rich history as the place where Vasco da Gama first landed. Besides historical and cultural sights, the nearby beaches and wildlife sanctuaries make for a relaxing holiday.
Thekkady, on the hills of the Western Ghats in southern Kerala, is a green haven that makes for a relaxing holiday surrounded by spice plantations and reserve forests.
Munnar, a hill station in Kerala, was a summer retreat of the British. Even today, the charm of its beautiful scenery, tea plantations and colonial bungalows draw tourists.
Sitting out on deck sipping a cold drink or fresh coconut water and watching a colorful sunset or taking in views of the landscape, flora and fauna.