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5 things that you must not miss when travelling to Kerala

The scenery in 'God's Own Country' is stunning. But, aside from that, there's a lot to do in Kerala's mind-bogglingly lush scenery. Kerala offers a diverse range of gastronomic delights and stunning beaches, tranquil backwaters, and massage.
Eravikulam National Park is one of Kerala's most popular tourist destinations because of the Neelakurinji flower, which blooms just once every 12 years and provides a remarkable experience. While hiking to the top of the hill, you may also spot the Nigiri Thar, an endangered mountain goat. Unfortunately, the park is closed in February and March, and tickets are Rs 55 per adult. So if you're looking for something to do in Kerala that isn't strolling around tea farms and sampling their flavors in a cup, go no further.
Alleppey is the most popular tourist destination in Kerala. And while you're there, don't miss out on the opportunity to sail in a houseboat, one of Kerala's top pastimes. There are numerous things to do aboard a Kerala houseboat, such as gaze out the window at the lush green countryside and be served a freshly prepared lunch while travelling through the quiet backwaters, which is just as impressive as it sounds. Breakfast, lunch, supper, and snacks are included on the boat for the entire family. Prices range from ₹ 6500 to ₹ 11500, and it's best to phone ahead and make a reservation to get a better price.
In Munnar, Thekkady, or Wayanad, visits the spice plantations or gardens. On a nature stroll, sample some real black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, and exquisite vanilla, and learn about the farms. It is one of Kerala's most popular activities. Most hotels offer these trips as part of their packages, but you may also go on your own, such as Abraham's Spice Garden in Thekkady, which costs ₹ 200 to enter. Spices may also be purchased at reduced prices from the workshop located within the spice garden.

Thekkady should be at the top of your list of locations to visit in Kerala if you want to participate in one of the most exciting pastimes in the state's woods. Thekkady, located around 190 kilometers from Kochi, is known for its rich forest cover, animals, mammals, and aquatic life. You may even combine this with an overnight camp in a tent or a treehouse, one of Kerala's most popular activities. A one-day tour costs Rs 1800 per person. If you don't have a vehicle, you may explore the park by taking a ferry ride on Periyar Lake, which will be just as enjoyable.

At Kumbalangi Integrated Tourism Village, you may get an authentic rural experience. Exploring local rice fields, paddling through mangrove forests, fishing, and crab farming are just a few of the various activities available in Kerala. In addition, visitors can reserve one of the several homestays available in the hamlet. Ernakulam Railway Station is 14 kilometers away from the settle