Kerala is known for its natural beauty, including hills, tea plantations, and backwaters. The state also has spice farms and elephant training centers. Besides these sites, boat homes and safaris are also worth visiting.
Places like the sunset in Fort Cochin and, Bolgati Palace, Kanyakumari's Sankhu Mugham shore are all small parts of what India has to offer.
Kerala has many attractions, such as boat trips in the west, hills in the east, and travel. Kerala has food like Thali- a traditional dish made of ground rice and a wide variety of vegetables typically served on a banana leaf.
Cochin is the Queen of the Arabian Sea, a place of trade and a beautiful seashore. You can also see hardworking men constructing ships onshore and the long line of Chinese nets going up and down frequently. As the sun sets in the evening, you will see the entire shore turn lilac from the sunset.
Alleppey has two amazing water bodies - the sea and lakes on the other side. When you come to Alleppey, you can rent a boat to travel in the middle of these waters or stay in a fishing boathouse for days. The peace and quietness in this place cannot match, as fish can fly up onto your boat late at night. Suppose you row out of Alleppey or head off to one of the surrounding islands. In that case, you will see fishermen fishing, people carrying baskets with their catch, and people trading on boats or rowing boats filled with their harvest to markets from Alleppey farms. At home, women beat the rotten husks of coconuts into coconut fibers and use them to make ropes later used for floor mats. One unique thing about Alleppey is its wide variety of tasty fish dishes.
To see what Kerala architecture looks like, you have to visit Thali Maha Shiva Kshetram, Valayanad Devi Temple, Azhakodi Devi Temple, Thiruvachira Sree Krishna Temple, Varakkal Devi Temple, Thalikkunu Shiva Temple, Sree Krishna Temple, and Niramkaitha Kotta Temple.
Kerala has got both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes made of fish, poultry, and red meat. Rice, fish, and coconut are the most common ingredients in all dishes. The aroma of flavours is enhanced with chilies, curry leaves, mustard seeds, turmeric, tamarind, black pepper, cardamom, clove, ginger, cinnamon, and asafoetida, which you can taste in the dishes.
Kerala has accommodations for all budgets, from five-star hotels to economical housing. There are boat houses in the middle of the water and tiny houses by the water's shore.