Nicknamed 'God's Own Country', Kerala is a wonderful mash up of sweeping backwaters, gentle highlands carpeted with tea plantations where silver Oaks rise here under serenely vivid blue skies, and beaches.
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Sangam: Sangam (literal translation: meeting) where three water bodies; Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean come together romantically as lovers meet, is the edge of India. Beautiful, and open to vast waters in three directions far as the eye can see.
Munnar: Emerald green carpets of tea plantations on mild slopes of the Western Ghats punctuated by silver Oak trees lie tranquilly under dazzling blue skies. Being in Munnar is as satisfying, as relaxed as looking at the world after a delicious, satisfying meal. Read More
Alappuzha Backwaters: is overrated. A lovely sight, and must visit if you are around and have a day to spare; for floating on a house boat through gleaming backwaters is a unique experience. But, for me,the Munnar houseboat experience stood out over the Alappuzha one.
NOTE: Do not miss the famous Kerala Ayurvedic Massage. Read More (my fav places for the massage)
Visit the desert, fort, royalty studded jewel for magic. See mirages in the desert and explore floating palaces.
The last point of India, Kanyakumari is a located at the peninsula, at the confluence of Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal.