Alleppey is becoming increasingly popular with tourists, and a lot of them are writing about their experiences and sharing photos of their trips. There are some great stories being told about the area by people from very different backgrounds, nationality, and traveling style.
However, all of them have one thing in common – They love Alleppey.
Being no Superman, I asked my team to help me find the best stories. And a couple of dozen Man Hours later, this is our final list.
India is a place where mountains meet beaches, rain forest meet deserts. If you are a mountain and peace lover then India has Ladakh. If you love to explore deserts and forts then it has Rajasthan. And by any chance, if you are a beach lover then you have Kerala. And Kochi is the heart of Kerala.
Cochin also known as Kochi nowadays is a tourist hub for travelers who plan to visit Kerala. Kochi is known for its backwaters, ultimate mouth-watering delicacies, lovely locals and scenic beauty. Kochi being a coastal city has one of the largest and oldest ports in India with old merchant houses, open courtyards, merchant house heaped with betel nuts, tea, peppercorns, and ginger. More…
Kerala is one of the most culturally rich states of India and the home of some of the most unique handicrafts you can find anywhere. The craftsmen and artisans of Kerala trace their lineage to “Vishwakarma”- the architect of gods. Everything related to Gods is so elegant and Royal and so are the Handicrafts. I bet you would like to take some royalty back home. More…
Kerala is so vast that you can’t enjoy the best tourist spots in just two days. But now that you have decided to explore the best of Kerala in such a short period, let us help you in your endeavor.
For the purpose of this Guide, we will assume you are arriving at Cochin first. From the Cochin Airport, you should Either proceed to the Athirappilly waterfalls or go to Alleppey for a Houseboat stay. More…
You will find some of the most magnificent Hindu Temples here in Kerala. Thiruvananthapuram, being the capital of this lovely for over 300 years is bound to have some of these beautiful temples as the kings usually preferred capital over other cities for the construction of major temples and other attraction. Keep reading to find out the five most famous temples in and near Trivandrum you should not miss on your trip to Kerala.
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