|Beaches in Kerala
beach is one of the most popular spots in the district of Alappuzha.
The pier, which extends into the sea here, is around 140 years old.
Bekal is an alluring place that lies in Kasaragod district of
Kerala. The place with its inviting beaches, rivers, hills and fort
lies in the northern most region of Kerala. The beach lies near the
famous Bekal Fort and some 18 kms from the Kasargod district. Mangalore
and Kannur are well known regions around and are 49 kms and 93 kms,
respectively, from the beach. The beach stands on the Western Coastal
Line of India.
Located at the mouth of the Chaliyar River in Kozhikode district,
Beypore, one of the prominent ports and fishing harbours of ancient
Kerala was an important trade and maritime centre.
Dharmadam Island is a beautiful beach, located 17 kms from Kannur.
The small 5-acre island covered with coconut palms and green bushes
is a beautiful sight from the beach. Permission is required to enter
this privately owned island. It is 100 metres away from the mainland
Nestled atop a cluster of hills at an altitude of 286m is situated
Ezhimala, 55 kms from Kannur. Carved Stone Pillars, an ancient Burial
chamber and an ancient Cave can be seen at the foot of the hills.
The Hills are noted for rare medicinal herbs. Furthur uphill is an
Kovalam is a very famous beach resort all over the world. Since
1930's the international tourists, especially the Europeans, frequent
the Kovalam Beach. Kovalam along with the crescent-shaped beaches
bordered by coconut and palm trees makes for a splendid setting for
a sun and sea bathing. The Lighthouse Beach is the southern most beaches
and is popular among the tourists who spend most of their time at
Marari Beach is located at a distance of 12 km from Alleppey and
60 km from Cochin City. The Marari Beach got its name from the local
fishing village Mararikulam. It has long pristine sandy beaches where
the swaying palms and majestic coconut groves add to the beauty of
the beach. It is an ideal beach to be in peace and tranquility unlike
the hush and rush of the city life. You will get a first hand experience
of the local traditions, customs and hospitality of Kerala.
Poovar Beach is approximately 45 minutes drive from Kovalam. Poovar
Beach separates the Neyyar River from the sea. Essentially a fishing
village, it is a beautiful and unexplored beach resort. You can reach
the Poovar Beach by water taxis only. The beach is not used for beach
activities and water sports because of the fishing population. But
Poovar beach can be visited to its peace and tranquility.
Varkala Beach is located at a distance of 54 km from Thiruvananthapuram
(Trivandrum) city of Kerala. Varkala attracts tourists not only for
its beach resort but is also a famous pilgrim center. The beach is
ideal holiday destination if you are on a look out for calmness and
serenity. At Varkala beach, bask in the golden glory of the sun to
get yourself a lovely copper tan. The mineral water of the hills is
believed to possess medicinal properties. Varkala is known as the
'Southern Kashi' because of the 800-year-old Janardhana temple.
Honeymoon Tour Packages
The overwhelming tranquility and the myriad colours of various
beautiful sights of Kerala give a breathtaking experience that
rejuvenates our minds and bodies. Kerala happens to be an ideal
destination for nature lovers and a perfect getaway from the
chaotic city life.It has also emerged as a major honeymoon spot
in India. Our effort is to bring you face to face with the adoring
beauty of Kerala. In this we take a move ahead and offer a wide
range of tour packages, for the honeymoon couples.
Kettuvallams, the stitched boats are the traditional
house boats of Kerala. They provide the best way to experience
the colourful backwaters of Kerala. The Kettuvalloms of
Kerala are giant country crafts, measuring up to 80 feet
in length. The traditional house boat, the indispensable
part of the picturesque backwaters of Kerala, was mainly
used in Travancore and Kochi and in the Minicoy Islands
in olden times.
The rich and glorious Kerala cultural heritage is
reflected in the vibrant Kerala festivals that mirror
the ancient traditions, customs, beliefs and faiths of
the people of Kerala, South India.The festivals of Kerala,
South India are annual occasions that are celebrated for
commemorating religious occasions. Some of the popular
Kerala festivals are Onam, Vishu, Mahasivarathri, Asthami
Rohini, Thiruvathira, Pooram Festival and Thrissur Pooram.
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