Honeymoon in Kerala to Explore the Most Beautiful Tourist Destinations

Kerala – called God’s Own Country, is a paradise for backwater and beach lovers where lush greenery and rich plantation create a perfect curtain of greenery to keep you in the world of tranquillity and pleasure. Being a paradise for honeymooners and couples, the beautiful state is blessed with an abundance of rich water bodies, its unique culture and traditions, ancient architectural monuments and panoramic views that you will hardly see anywhere else. You will explore various wonderful destinations that are sure to give you immense pleasure and make your honeymoon even more special. If you have finally made the decision of exploring Kerala during your honeymoon, it is better to book the right Kerala honeymoon tour package and explore more and more destinations in your own way. Some of the most picturesque and beautiful destinations that you will see during your honeymoon are the following.

Best Honeymoon Places in Kerala in 2022

 

Silent Valley National Park

Silent Valley National Park
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If you want to enjoy the perfect combination of honeymoon and wildlife tours, Silent Valley National Park is the place to make your dream come true. The beautiful tropical evergreen forest range is situated in Nilgiri Hills at Palakkad – the part of Western Ghats Regions in an area of 238 square meters and known for its rich mosaic of diverse habitats and home to rare species of birds.

Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary 

Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary 
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It is an ideal place to capture some of the best photographs of rare birds. The beautiful bird sanctuary is in central Kerala in a dense tropical evergreen forest range. It is located approx 60 km from Kochi City, Thattekkad is the richest bird habitat in Peninsular India.

Anamudi Tourist Place

Anamudi Tourist Place
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Called the highest peak in the Western Ghats at an altitude of 8842 ft above sea level, Anamudi is a part of Eravikulum National Park about 13 km from Munnar. You will witness the beauty of rich flora and fauna and at the same time will explore a number of rare to commonly found animals like Bengal Tigers, Nilgiri Tahr and Nilgiri Marten here.

Nelliampathi Beautiful Tourist Destinations in Kerala

Nelliyampathy Hill Station
Nelliyampathy Hill Station (wikipedia.org)

If Ooty is not in your reach or you haven’t seen it yet, Nellampathi is the right place for you to give an extra zing to your honeymoon. You will see high altitude, lush green tea gardens, rolling hillsides and tropical forest ranges.

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Muzhappilangad Beach

Muzhappilangad Beach
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The beautiful beach is a must-see destination in Kerala that is called the largest drive-in beach in Kerala and perhaps in India and Asia too. It is situated at a distance of approx 15 km from Kannur town where you have a 5 km ride splashing through the sea waves.

Chembra Peak

Chembra Peak
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Chembra Peak is the part of majestic Western Ghats – the beautiful park – located 8 km south of Kelpetta Town. You can reach by foot from Meppady that is a small town near its valley. It is popular trekking trail in Kerala with a small heart shaped lake on the way to the peak that is quite compelling.

Banasura Sagar Dam

Banasura Sagar Dam
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Banasura Sagar Dam is one of the largest dams between the hill ranges of Banasura. It is built across the tributary of Kabini River in Wayanad that is the largest earth dam in India and the second largest in Asia.

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Kuruva Island or Kuruvadweep

Kuruva Island or Kuruvadweep
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The beautiful island is known for creating perfect settings for romance and love at the distance of 17 km from Mananthavady is very close to Wayanad District. The amazing river delta formation on the Kabini River is a part of evergreen tropical forest range. It is a heaven for nature lovers.

Cherai Beach

Cherai Beach
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It is one of the most popular beaches at the north western end of Vypin Island in Ernakulam District (Cochin). Cherai Beach is dotted with many beautiful lagoons that are used for large scale organic prawn and fish cultivation. You will also see coconut trees and paddy fields add to its charm to keep you enticed and spell bound for the time to come.

Valiyaparamba Backwaters

Valiyaparamba Backwaters
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Valiyaparamba Backwaters is a beautiful backwater stretch at Kasaragod – northern district of Kerala. They are dotted with small islands and surrounded by lush greenery counted as the best backwater destination in Kerala where you will enjoy your holidays in houseboats.

Vazhachal Waterfalls 

Vazhachal Waterfalls
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Standing amid the most popular waterfalls in Kerala, Vazhachal Waterfalls is very close to Athirappily Waterfalls – wonderful waterfalls on Chalakkudy River that are flowing through Thrissur District in Kerala along the edges of the Sholayar Forest Ranges. It is approx 90 km from Cochin City.

Idukki Dam

Idukki Dam
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It is one of the largest dams – developed between two hills – Kuravanmala and Kurathimala – impounding the river Periyar. Idukki Dam is under the Kerala Electricity Board to give support to major hydroelectric power station. The large dam is also the biggest arch dam in Asia – located in Idukki District.

Thiruvallam Backwaters

The beautiful backwaters are very close to Trivandrum as it is the capital city of Kerala. Thiruvallom Backwater stretch is a confluence of two beautiful rivers that include Killi and Karamana. It is also famous for canoe rides and related water sports events.

Ponmudi Hill station in Kerala

Ponmudi
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Ponmudi is known as the Golden Peak and one of the main hill stations in Trivandrum district at an altitude of 1100 meter above sea level. It is the part of Western Ghats Ranges. You will see here narrow roads with some 22 hairpin curves. Green valley is also wonderful to keep you enticed and giving this place a position in the list of Kerala Honeymoon Destinations.

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Ashtamudi Lake Lake in Kerala

Ashtamudi Lake Lake in Kerala
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You cannot miss the beauty of Pride of tourism in Kollam District. It is a beautiful lake – the second deepest lake in Kerala after Vembanad Lake. You will see a different shape; while it is counted as the gateway of Kerala Backwaters.

Thenmala

Thenmala
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The beautiful destination is in Kollam District near Punalur Township. The beautiful place is the main attraction that is a dam built across the Kalada River. Thenmala is transformed into an eco-tourism destination for its nature resources. There is a lot more to see that include rope bride climbing, boating, trekking, biking and mountaineering here. The Dam Reservoir is a great way to enjoy the Kallada River and surrounding greenery and mountains.

Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls

Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls
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Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls is a pleasant and wonderful beautiful honeymoon destination in Kerala in Kottayam District. It is an idyllic location to spend a day where water cascades down from a height of 100 ft in 5 small steps – making Aruvikkuzhi – one of the beautiful attractions presented by Mother Nature.

Pookot Lake

Pookot Lake
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Located near Kalpetta in Wayanad District, Pookot Lake is a picturesque freshwater lake flanked by forests on all sides. The sight of the blue water lilies on the lake is amazing and makes picturesque scenery. You can also enjoy boating facilities here and pluck the blue lilies.

Thusharagiri Waterfalls Waterfall in Kerala

Thusharagiri Waterfalls Waterfall in Kerala
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You will see the splashing waterfalls with a mountain covered with snow that has been creating a feel of snow-capped hills. Thusharagiri Waterfalls is the part of the Chalippuzha River that is originated from the Western Ghats. It is ideal for trekking and rock climbing.

Beypore Beach

Beypore Beach
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Beypore Beach is a beautiful and wonderful honeymoon destination in Kerala – adding a new name to the list of honeymoon destinations in Kerala to explore. Beypore Beach is an ancient port near Calicut or Kozhikode that was one of those ports in the state where trading to the Middle East used to be done. A beautiful beach and marine, as well as a 2 km long stone bridge into the sea near a beach, are worthwhile to see here. Beypore Light House is also wonderful to see.

Malampuzha Dam

Malampuzha Dam
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Last, but not least, the beautifully designed dame near Palakkad Town is the largest reservoir and impounds the water of Malampuzha River – counted as the tributary of Bharatgappuzha. The Western Ghats in the backdrop are sure to give a dam and reservoir picturesque feel and beauty. You will also enjoy a ropeway here along with an amusement park.

There are various other wonderful destinations that are sure to keep you enticed and spellbound for the time to come. You will also see some ancient temples, churches and architectural wonders. Don’t miss to enjoy the way of rejuvenating your mind and body in world-class spa and yoga retreats.

For this all, what is more, important than anything else is proper tour planning and selection of the right Kerala honeymoon packages is the right way of making your dream come true. Reach the right and reliable travel agency and you will surely get the best options to have more fun and pleasure of life during your honeymoon in Kerala – the backwater paradise in India presenting you the virgin beauty of the Arabian Sea.

 

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