Kerala's Most Unexplored Places In 2023!

Written By

Gopika VC

Gavi is a paradise in the Periyar Tiger Reserve's Gavi Lake area. The lake's pristine waters mirror the dense forest's emerald colors. 


Nature and adventure lovers visiting Kerala flock to Wayanad's Chembra Peak. The Chembra Peak is one of Kerala's top 15 unusual attractions.

Chembra Peak, Wayanad

Vagamon is one of Kerala's best-kept secrets for quiet hill stations! The "Scotland of Asia" located in Idukki.

Vagamon, Idukki

Palakkad's Nelliampathy is one of Kerala's top 15 offbeat destinations. Cloud-covered summits from 467 m to 1572 m are beautiful. 

Nelliampathy, Palakkad

Silent Valley National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of Kerala's top attractions. The Nilgiri Hills hide this natural paradise. 

Silent Valley National Park

Kerala's hidden gem is the Thiruvallam backwaters. Canoe rides are popular. The uncrowded backwater attracts true nature lovers.

Thiruvallam Backwaters

Kannur's Muzhappilangad Beach is Kerala's only drive-in beach. This Kerala beach has a unique beauty.

Muzhappilangad Beach, Kannur

Kerala's Vembanad Lake is at Kumarakom. Vembanad's algae-rich green seas, in God's own nation, are immaculate. India's largest lake is its longest.

Vembanad Lake

Hundreds of bird and butterfly species live in the sanctuary. Each year, new birds are added to the list. For excellent birding, explore with a guide.

Thattekad Bird Sanctuary

Ponmudi—the Golden Peak—is a prominent hill station near Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. 1100 meters above sea level is part of the Western Ghats.

Ponmudi, Trivandrum