The sceneries that Kerala has in store for tourists and travelers are purely enchanting. The small backwater state of South India, Kerala is currently on top of its game in the field of tourism. The exquisite beauty of the state lures tourists from even the most hidden parts of the world with its unyielding charms. It does not matter which cultures or religions one belongs to, no one can escape the pull of the bounties of Nature that are present here.
What makes Kerala so popular among travelers? Well, the best feature of the state is that it never refuses any wish of tourists. Stunning beaches, magnificent hill stations, picturesque backwaters, vibrant fairs and festivals, wide biodiversity, relaxing Ayurvedic Massage, lush green forests, religious temples, Kerala has something for everybody. Try visiting Kovalam or Kozhikode beaches or make your way to the tranquil hill stations of Thekkady and Munnar. Or indulge yourself amidst the history and cultures of Kerala by visiting the capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram. You can even go to the forests of Wayanad. No matter where you go in Kerala, you would never want to back home after coming here.
One could reach utmost ecstasy by going on backwater tours of Kerala. Major exotic backwater destinations such as Cochin, Kumarakom, Alapuzzha, Kollam, Kottayam, Kasargod, etc. allow the most romantic settings one could ever imagine to find him/her in. Spending your time amidst languid backwater stretches on houseboats; candle-light dinners amidst peacefulness and quietude; what could one want during their honeymoon tours?
Wildlife enthusiasts can visit any wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala such as Periyar National Park, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, etc. Religious devotees can visit Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple, Sabarimala Sree Ayyappa Temple and various other temples located in every corner of the state.
It is not an exaggerated comment when someone defines Kerala as a potpourri of cultures, adventures, and religions. Maybe that is why Kerala is referred as "God's Own Country".