You can try staying on a houseboat that slowly moves through the waterways and canals. Kerala's villages can be seen by passing through them.
Aymanam village, in the Kottayam district, is another extraordinary destination. It is a small village with around 20,000 residents.
Kovalam is called the 'Paradise of the South.' It is also the center of Ayurveda, Yoga, and meditation in India. Kovalam is a special place for health tourism in Kerala.
Tea estates are famous in Munnar. The world's highest-producing tea estates are here. Fresh air and goreous sceneries make this place worth exploring.
Bambo rafting on the Periyar River is fun and scenic. After 2 km from Thekkady, you'll reach Panchalimedu. Zip-lining, nature walks, and bamboo rafting are also offered.
One of the most well-known religious arts in Kerala is Theyyam. It is done in the shrines of North Malabar and is called the "dance of gods" or the "dance with god."
Punnathoor Kotta is in Thrissur. The elephants at this palace have been properly cared. Elephant feeding, touching, and bathing can be done at the palace.
Its traditional design makes it quite popular. Vishnu appears as Padmanabha in this temple. There are 18 golden steps to reach the temple's sanctum sanctorum.
You will get to see the mangroves and salt ponds around the island on the kayaking trip. It gives you a chance to see how life grows and thrives in these places.
For nature lovers, this treehouse is ideal. To meet your comfort needs, the Tree House has a simple interior design. The facility also offers hiking and sightseeing.