Alappuzha, or Alleppey, as the world has come to call, is the land cradled amidst the glorious backwaters of southern India. Alleppey proudly wears the title of ‘‘Venice of the East”, which is more than justified by its web of rivers, interspersed with meandering canals. The bustling city is a mix of colonial buildings, surrounded by rice fields. Apart from being a merchant gateway, it is also historically prominent for its classical literature and cultural exchanges with the west. However, backwater tourism remains the main attraction here, with houseboats flocking the many waterways and channels. Alleppey is well connected by road, rail, and air. While Cochin International Airport is 78 km away, the district has its own railhead too. The waterways make for conveyance too, as an SWTD (State Water Transport Department) boat jetty rests just opposite the bus station.
Kovalam is a beach town situated along the Arabian Sea in Trivandrum city, within the state of Kerala. This small fishing village was made popular by the hippies of the seventies, on their way to Ceylon. The 17 km coastline is especially popular among foreign tourists due to the shallow waters and low tides that make for ideal swimming and surfing conditions. The beaches are surrounded by a rocky cape abundant in coconut trees that bend down to kiss the golden sand. Kovalam is well connected by rail, road, and air. The nearest airport to Kovalam is Trivandrum International Airport, while Trivandrum Central is the closest railway station. If you’re in the mood to travel by sea, the port of Vizhinjam is only 3 kms from this town.
There’s no other place in Kerala that’s as green as Wayanad. The district’s urbanisation level of 3.8 percent clearly indicates a lack of industrial development and an abundance of flora. Kalpetta is the only municipal town in Wayanad and also the administrative capital of the district. According to recent archaeological evidence, the forests of Wayanad have been inhabited for more than 3,000 years. The Edakkal Caves in this territory stand testament to this assertion, featuring pictorial carvings believed to be from the Stone Age. Water flows through this land in the form of the Kabini River and its three tributaries—the Mananthavady, Kalindy, and Panamaram rivers. The hill stations of Wayand are known for their unspoilt beauty, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Munnar is a hill station nestled between three mountain rivulets, Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala, in the Idukki district of Kerala. The lush tea gardens and clear mountain air of Munnar, welcomes you to have an enriching holiday experience. Munnar is also surrounded by many attractive tourist spots such as, Attukal Waterfalls, Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, Anamudi Peak, which can be easily accessed by bus or car. Munnar is ideal for sightseeing, trekking, bird watching, and wildlife adventures. The nearest airport to Munnar is Cochin International Airport, and the closest major railway stations are at Ernakulam and Aluva.
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