Wednesday, 18 November 2015

The "Gods Own Country" - Kerala
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Kerala, a coastal state in India which popularly known as 'Gods Own Country' situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of south-west India, it is one of the most famous destinations for tourist in India. Kerala is the most attracted tourist destination with its beautiful beaches, backwaters, Hill stations, waterfall, wild life sanctuaries, Ayurvedic treatments and festivals in kerala also attracting many tourists. It is the first 100% literate state in India. In kerala, most of the people's are high school educated. The health care system of kerala is highly advanced. Everyone can afford care at Government hospitals. Many modern hospitals in kerala provide facilities like developed countries. Kerala is one of the top 50 paradises of the world by National Geographic, and it is famous for its ecotourism and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
        Kerala is a well established dream location for both national as well as foreign tourists. When people see the Kerala first-time, they are amazed with the scenic beauty and naturalland. Kerala is a coconut city. You can see the coconut trees everywhere in kerla. It might possible that the kerala is a highest density of coconut trees on the earth and many people have died from coconut related injuries. There are actually unreported numbers on coconut related deaths, not just in Kerala, but in the world. You can find plantation along the coast of southwestern India. Kerals is a good destination for tropical vacation. It is well known for its beaches, backwaters, mountain ranges and wildlife sanctuaries. The Trivandrum city of kerala ranks first in the total number of national and international tourists in Kerala. For promoting tourism in Kerala, in 2007 Kerala' Government was started the Grand Kerala Shopping Festival., Since then it has been held each year during the period of December - January.
        Did you know how much gold is in Kerala...? The Padmanabhaswamy temple and every Kerala household, It might possibly be the richest state in the country. Kerala gobbles up 20 percent of the country’s gold every year, and by the report of World Gold Council, India is the largest consumer of gold in the world, consumes up to 30 percent of the global supply. Kerala's people wear so much gold on their wedding day.
         There are too many tourist attractions in Kerala if you are planning your holiday vacation in “God’s own Country”. Kerala is famous for it's arts and architecture, Ayurveda and spa, hill stations, palm fringed backwaters, beautiful beaches, amazing wildlife, world class hotels and hospitality makes it the most popular tourist places to visit in India. Kerala is rated one of the best Places in the World to Visit in a Lifetime by National Geographic Traveler.
        The most popular tourist attraction in Kerala is Munnar Hill, Kovalam beach, Ayurveda in Kovalam, Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Alappuzha Backwaters, Idukki Hill, Munnar Spice Plantations, Guruvayoor Temple, Samudra Beach, Snake Boat Race, Vagamon Hill Stations, Vythiri Hill Station, Tata Tea Museum, Varkala Beach, Periyar National Park, St Francis Church, Eravikulam National Park, Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls, Hawa Beach and many more. Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) is a capital city of southern indian state "kerala" and it is gateway to the nearest palm fringed beaches of Varkala and Kovalam. This 'God's Own Country' has a vast network of lakes, more than 300 species of birds, rivers and 1500 kms of canals. You can also be a part of famous Snake Boat races and shop at floating markets in Kerala.....


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