Saturday, September 10, 2011

Kerala Tourist Season, Best Time to Visit Kerala , When to Visit Kerala, Where to Travel in Kerala, Travel Tips, Tourist Place Information

Best Time to Visit Kerala

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Best Time To Visit: August to March (for exploring Kerala); April and August (for getting Ayurvedic treatments)

Every traveler has a different purpose and requirement from a destination that he/she travels to. And if it is a destination like Kerala, then the choice really becomes difficult as the land offers so many unique things to the visitors. No wonder that Kerala, blessed with great natural beauty and diverse ecology, has been bestowed with honors like one of the "ten paradises of the world" and "50 places of a lifetime" by the National Geographic Traveler Magazine. Whether it's the serene backwaters or the splendid hill stations, the stunning beaches or the rich cultural aspects, there is so much to explore in Kerala. Due to its close proximity to sea, the climate of Kerala is neither too hot nor too cold. This has made Kerala an all-season destination, although the period between October and April are considered best, as this time offers moderate temperatures around Kerala, making it ideal to visit the marvelous state.

Traditionally, the period from August to March has been considered a good time to travel to Kerala and the period between April and August is considered the best time for getting Ayurvedic treatments, for which Kerala is renowned worldwide. This way, Kerala deems to be an all season destination. However, carry an umbrella because Kerala has a knack of throwing up sudden bursts of showers irrespective of whatever month it is. The period from June to July and October to November, which used to be considered off season due to monsoons, has also started seeing a good influx of visitors. In fact, the monsoon period, with the atmosphere remaining cool and dust free, allowing for opening up the pores of the body, is considered ideal for Ayurvedic treatments.

Kerala is the fastest growing Tourist destination in Asia
- The world's most feted travel hot spot  -
Kerala has some of the pristine hill stations in India, with the entire Western Ghats dotted with evergreens, rolling grasslands, sholas and stretches of rejuvenating fragrance of tea and coffee plantations. The wilder side of Kerala has in store some of the best wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in the country with a variety of plant and animal life unique to Kerala.   
Glistening brooks and cascades that interstice the hills finally roll down to the coastal plains of Kerala where they laze through verdant stretches of paddy fields, coconut trees and feeds some of the splendorous expanse of backwaters and lakes. 
Let yourselves cast away amidst the serene environs of a backwater islet, treat your body and soul to 'Ayurveda' - the sacred knowledge of life. Take a backwater cruise on a country boat with palm fringed land on either side and experience the many faces of the backwater life of Kerala.
Crave for Sun & Sand! .. come and embrace the golden sands of its immaculate beaches, pep up your spirits under the tropical sun and feel the pulse of its coastal life. You can also enhance your gastronomy skills or give a break to your taste buds and savor some of the ethnic dishes of the land.
The cultural mosaic of Kerala is studded with landmark monuments, palaces, forts, memorials, and places of worship portraying the socio-cultural and historical evolution of the land with indelible marks left by travelers from far-flung lands. Be part of its many festivals and celebrations to understand its significance, emotions and traditional practices of Kerla. 
Extend your tryst with this spectacular geographical wonder called Kerala and experience its rich cultural heritage and enterprising denizens who are epitomes of hospitality, which adds vibrancy to its diverse and bountiful natural wealth. Visitors are given fullest value of money and time they spend in Kerala, which offers some of the best getaways when it comes to diversity
News About Kerala Tourism
Kerala - One of the 50 must see destinations of a lifetime - " National Geographic Travel"
Kerela - One of the 10 paradises of the World - " National Geographic Travel "
Kerala - One of 25 best adventure trips - " National Geographic Travel "
Kerala - One of the 100 great trips for the 21st century - " Travel and Leisure "
Kerala - One of the ten hot spots for the millennium - " Emirates In-flight Magazine " 
Kerela - One of the six destinations of the millennium - " Khaleej Times "
Kerala - One of the ten love nests in India - " Cosmopolitan "
Kerala Tourism - Prestigious International Award for Leisure Tourism for the year 2000-2001, by Pacific Area Travel Writer's Association ( PATWA )

Kerala Tourism - UNESCO Asia-Pacific - Heritage Award - Honorable Mention - Arakkal Kettu, Kannur - 2006

Kerala's real pull lies in the rich masala of its cities and its milder backwaters - "The Guardian,Travel"
Kerala Tourism - the best State that promoted tourism in India in the year 2001 - " Outlook Traveller " and TAAI
Kerela Tourism - Best Performing State Award for the year 1999 - 2000 - " Government of India"
 'State of Enlightenment' status accorded to Kerala Tourism by the " NGT " in its April issue
Kerala Tour Packages - Voyage of enchanting tours - "Conde Nast Traveller"
Kerala - Truly God's own country - "Sir Paul Mc Cartney"
Kerala - Where the smart traveller goes - "Financial Times"
Kerala - Tranquility, beauty & spice - "Vogue"
Kerela - Very Close to real life - "Geosaison"
Kerala - Worth the journey - "Time"

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