Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanyakumari - Kovalam
Type of Trip: Road Trip | Start City: Delhi | End City: Delhi
Kerala is a state in south India bordered by miles of shoreline along the Arabian Sea. It boasts a diverse topography and climate, from enchanting backwaters and sandy beaches, to the lush mountain slopes and hill stations further inland, dotted with tea and spice plantations, national parks, and wildlife. The journey begins in Cochin, a diverse city, known for the arts as much as for its history. The backwaters, known asKettuvallam, hosts a maze of rivers and a network of canals that are unique to this region. The most popular backwater areas are Alleppey and Kumarakom on the edge of Vembanad Lake, and Kollam between Ashtamudi Lake and Arabian Beyond the backwaters lie slopes and charming hill stations, including Munnar, along with rocky cliffs and spectacular waterfalls. Kerala’s climate and biodiversity make it an ideal habitat for a large number of migratory birds and wildlife as well.