Saturday, 21 June 2014

Few must visit Hidden Places in Kerala

Kerala is gifted with many wonderful places of interest, so in order to explore the very beauty of the place; one has to make trip most of the time.
Even after making so many trips to know what Kerala tourism has to offer, there are few places that most of the people likely miss out to visit. There are several scintillating and charming places, which one must not miss to visit while in Kerala for a vacation or a relaxing tour. 


Among the many hidden place, Ananthapura Lake Temple is one which is located in Kasargod district of Kerala, some 6 kms from Kumbala. It is the only lake temple in Kerala and the main god praised in this temple is God Anantha Padmanabha. The main attraction of the temple is crocodile named Babiya, which is
said to be 150 years old. After finish visiting this famous temple, don’t miss to visit Kappil beach which is close to the temple as well as to the famous Bekal Fort. Kappil beach is fast becoming a major tourist attraction as it secluded coastline and idyllic location has been a hotspot as here visitors get to enjoy ample time to spend away from the hustle and bustle of city life. 
 
One must have heard about Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach, located parallel to the National Highway 66. It is the largest drive-in-beach in Asia and it is one place that you should not miss to pay visit. 
Including that, if you are in Kannur visit to the famous 5 acre Dharmadom Island which is beautifully surrounded by Anjarakandy River from three sides and Arabian Sea on the fourth side. The island is also considered to be the land of Theyyams and Circus. Including this pay visit to the spice gardens and if you are to consider among all the hidden places of interest in Kerala, Anjarkandy Cinnamon Valley it should be close to the top. 


I don’t know whether you have heard about Idukki or have you ever been there? But if you have not been there it is a beautiful place to visit and a worth a trip. Most important attraction of this place is its arch dam which generates one third of the state’s electricity. The dam is really beautiful and it is one of its kinds in Asia, which tourist can enjoy only during the Onam and Christmas season, when the dam is open for public for 10 days. Apart from that one can also visit to the Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Idukki reservoirs and one can also enjoy boating here.  
 
Apart from all these, Chithari beach is also a hidden attraction whose beauty is over-shadowed by the historical importance of Bekal Fort and the beach. The island is accessible only by boat or the local canoes, where tourist visit to enjoy peaceful time amid the nature blessed Chithari beach. 

Well, if you don’t want to be the part of this isolated destination then you
can visit to Tea Sanctuary Estate Bunglows. Most of the tourist skip to visit as they think it is just bunglows, but to the matter of fact this colonial heritage is definitely a must visit attraction while in Kerala. Here visitors can spend the time with full of fun and enjoyment having a very different side of Kerala. 
Come and be the part of the most wonderful experience while you plan for a visit to this emerald green state Kerala in the southern region of India.