Poovar: Explore A Tropical Paradise In Kerala!

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Gopika VC

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Poovar Beach is a popular tourist spot. Golden sands, sparkling waters, and stunning sunset views are on the beach.

Poovar Beach

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The sanctuary also includes a variety of bird species, including migrating birds. Visitors can go on safari to discover and study the state's ecology.

Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary

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Poovar's Thirparappu waterfall is stunning. The waterfall's tranquil and fresh mood amid a lush green area makes it even more spectacular.

Thirparappu Falls

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Shankumugham, another Poovar beach, has clean water and picturesque surroundings. Visitors can enjoy water sports at the beach.

Shankumugham Beach

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With flora covering the majority of the area, Neyyar is one of Kerala's most popular dams and an attractive tourist site for boating and other activities.

Neyyar Dam

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The village's residents are mostly fishermen and mariners. Visit here to see how the natives live and learn about their customs.

The Fishing Village

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Kovalam Beach is regarded as one of the most important tourist attractions for beaches due to its popularity and visitors from all over the world.

Kovalam Beach

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Another popular religious site is Vettucaud Church. Mother of God is the official name. Stained glass windows give the Church a historic air.

Madre de Deus Church

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For decades or centuries, the harbor near Vizhinjam Beach has been an important commerce hub. It can be seen on a seaport tour.

Vizhinjam International Seaport

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The ancient Vizhinjam Cave Temple is known for its intricate carvings and construction. These symbolize the temple's cultural and historical significance.

Vizhinjam Cave Temple

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