Munnar, which was bathed in white mist and bright light at dawn is one of the best honeymoon destination.
A perennial heart-shaped lake halfway up Wayanad's tallest peak, Chembra Peak, is one of Kerala's top honeymoon locations.
Take a cruise through Kumarakom's backwaters to observe verdant rice paddies and coconut plantations up close.
The shimmering beautiful-blue waters of Mararis are an attraction in and of their own, and the island's delicious food attracts couples.
Athirappilly Falls is among the top tourist destinations in Kerala. Offers unrivaled rumble, roar, and views of cascades in the midst of the forest, in addition to seclusion and privacy.
Kovalam Beach's rocky shores belong in a romance mills and boon novel, where a big rocky high land that juts out into the sea has created a peaceful cove perfect for swimming.
Fort Kochi's many moods, historic atmosphere, and laid-back colonial appeal make it a cozy and culturally significant romantic retreat.
As boats approach the boat jetty, the floating home moves, and the balcony facing the backwaters has a great view of the Poovar.
While Vagamon's beautiful scenery draws tourists from around the globe, it is the expansive green meadows that keep them coming back for more.
Even though Kerala is famous for Houseboats, modern Kettuvalloms, and backwaters are all about small canals and backwater scenery.
Adventurers can soon enjoy the rock theme park, cable car service, and helicopter local flying service at Jatayu Nature Park, which includes the world's largest bird sculpture.