This national park needs no introduction! One of the best that Kerala has to offer, this park that spans over an area of 97 square kilometres.
At a distance of about 20 km from the city centre, this lake features scintillating backdrops of lush green slopes, complete with unmatched cherry blossoms.
Located at a distance of about 30 km from Munnar, this waterfall originates from the Eravikulam stream.
This one’s a paradise for wildlife lovers. Right from Hanuman Monkeys to Spotted Deer.
The longest lake in India, Vembanad Lake flows across several districts in Kerala.
Pathiramanal means ‘Sands of the Night’. A small lake island on the backwaters of Lake Vembanad.
One of the largest training centres in Kerala, the Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary is an ideal place for a family retreat.
One of the most popular places to visit in Thrissur is Marottichal Waterfalls, located just 20 km from the city.
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna, is one of the best tourist places in Wayanad for nature and wildlife enthusiasts.
The three-tiered Soochipara Falls in Vellarimala, also known as Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, is a beautiful place in Wayanad.
Meenmutty Falls, a wonderful retreat in the lap of nature, is a must-visit Wayanad tourist place.
Gushing down the Brahmagiri Hills and surrounded by the majestic Western Ghats, Iruppu Falls or Lakshmana Tirtha Falls is a charming place to visit.
This picturesque town in the Wayanad district, surrounded by majestic mountains and dense coffee plantations, is popular with honeymooners and nature lovers.
Bird watching and spotting can become an addictive joy with the help of trained guides.
The spot where water droplets were thrown by the saint converted into a large beautiful lake as it is now visited.
The pride of Kerala, this river is a must-visit to get a peaceful boat ride amidst the beautiful patches of green delight.
The sunset view from Edakallu will remind you of the picture perfect paintings you witness in art galleries.