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Kerala Tours – God’s Own Country

Spread across a vast area in southern India, Kerala is a land of beauty and gleam, and is often called as “Venice of East” or “God’s Own Country.” Emphasizing on the tourism of Kerala, National Geographic has termed the state as one of the 10 paradises on earth. The tourism in Kerala entices its tourists through the sunny beaches, wonderful backwaters, and heritage monuments. This leads Kerala to become one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in India.

Bespoke India Holidays’ tours in Kerala stand synonymous for the eco-tourism that comprises backwater tours, Kerala wild life tours, Kerala beaches tours, and ayurveda tours. The cultural and diversified background makes Kerala a spiritual place. Through Bespoke India holidays, tourist can visit a number of Hindu temples that depict the Hindu architecture with a spiritual value.

Apart from these, herbal treatments and ayurvedic spa centers are some of the other attractions in Kerala. Kerala’s geographical condition makes it the best and suitable destination for ayurveda. Kerala therapeutic massages and ayurvedic spas make tourists relax or heal their soul, body, and mind. They help in detoxification and rejuvenation of your body by using herbal oils containing different medicated oils and herbs. For honeymooners, Kerala tour through Bespoke India holidays offers memorable experiences of life in houseboats, which are like the gondolas in Venice.

You have heard about the wonderful sounds, sights, foods, and places of this lush coastal land. Here’s an overview of the ten most fascinating things you should try doing in God’s own country.

• Sailing down the backwaters of Alleppey at sunset
• Pampering yourself with ayurvedic massages
• Taking a boat-ride along the Periyar river
• Watching the performance of Theyyam
• Taking an Elephant ride
• Exploring the Marayur’s sandalwood forests
• Watching a kalaripayattu bout
• Visiting Iringal crafts village
• Opting for a home-stay as part of your visit
• Watching the performance of Kathakali

Other attractions

Apart from these, you can go shopping for vessels, idols, and lamps made of metal. Horn carvings, traditional jewelry, and many other artifacts are also potential buys. The outdoor activities choice in Kerala is vast and you have options ranging from boating, angling, kayaking, canoeing, surfing, and water-rafting to para-sailing, camping, trekking, and mountaineering.

Many other festivals are celebrated all over Kerala apart from the famous festival of Onam. Some of them are the Nehru cup snake boat race, Ashtamudi craft & art festival, Pooram festival, and the Ettumanoor festival, to name a few.

Most of all, Kerala is famous for its elaborate temple festivals, elephants, and the tranquil backwaters. Kerala is the perfect place if you are looking for a leisurely vacation, as the pace of life there is slow.

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