A must-visit place on earth is Kerala, A place of breathtaking beauty. It’s a place that every traveler must visit at least once. Its warm, comfortable weather and stunning natural beauty make Kerala an ideal location to take a trip. The climate is moderate in Kerala all year long, and the temperature doesn’t fluctuate or down as much. While the rest of the nation suffers from cold, visitors to Kerala can enjoy sightseeing. December is the best time to travel to Kerala with visitors from all over India and around the globe. With December coming to an end and New Year looming around the close, Kerala is the perfect location for an unforgettable holiday getaway at the end of the year.
The splendor of Kerala is accessible in many ways. Take a trip to the backwaters on a houseboat, or take an excursion through the beautiful forests. It is also possible to take in the diversity of culture that is the state during the festival season. A few destinations that you can add to your Kerala packages when you visit Kerala in December are listed below.
Kozhikode is an Indian city located in Kerala, previously called Calicut. It was the capital of Malabar during the Zamorin dynasty of 500 years ago and was known for its trade in spices and cotton along with Jews, Arabs, Phoenicians as well as Chinese across the centuries. The district, separated from the west by the tranquil Arabian Sea and the east by the highlands in the Wayanad hills, is a well-known tourist spot with its peaceful beach, rich green landscape, and historical sites. Vasco da Gama scoured India around 1498 and opened the spice trade routes to the west when he arrived at Kappad beaches in Kozhikode. The city is the hub for the sale of the products produced in Kozhikode and the surrounding areas that include Wayanad, Malappuram, and Kannur like coffee, pepper, coconut lemongrass oil, rubber and more. International travelers named this district the ‘the noblest market of India because it was the primary business hub in Malabar and was a significant exporter to foreign nations.
Kovalam is a beach town located in Kerala, well-known for its resorts and Ayurvedic massage centers. The city is about 13km from Thiruvananthapuram. One of the most popular beaches in Kovalam is the lighthouse beach with a 30-meter lighthouse. Hawa beach, as well as Samudra beach, are also close beaches. The 1930s were when Kovalam was an island that had been a fisherman’s village, and then it was a cult destination in the hippie era of the 1970s. It continues to draw tourists who come from Israel as well as Europe. Kovalam is also an excellent shopping spot offering a wide range of handmade items, including wooden statues and spices that make excellent takeaways and Ayurvedic treatments and massages.
If you’re looking for some relief from the temperatures of North India, then Wayanad’s mild temperature will astonish you. Its cool climate, unspoiled forests, misty mountains, and vast plantations are also included. The spice garden is the best in India; Wayanad is blessed with numerous tourist destinations and extensive orchards of various spices such as cardamom, star anise, black pepper, black cumin, and more. The city has a distinct scent from the green orchards that contain herbs, and they are accompanied by the smells of coffee plants, organic fruit and vegetables, and paddy fields waving. The city is so full of greenery that it’s the home of numerous Wayanad Resorts as well as wildlife sanctuaries as well as wildlife reserves, and national parks that protect the rural nature of the forest. An ideal place for hiking, trekking, climbing rocks, mountaineering, camping, rappelling, and many more adventures, Wayanad boasts mighty mountains, dense forests, and roaring rivers.
The town is located in the Western Ghats of Kerala; Munnar is a charming city and a charming hill station. At the height of 6000ft, located in Idukki, Munnar was the summer retreat place for the British rulers of the time of colonialism. The area is where you can find many of the rarest species of animals, such as those of Neelakurinji as well as the Nilgiri Tahr, as well with a forest-like green belt and endless tea estates. With its beautiful valleys, mountains as well as a wide range of exotic animals and plants that it is considered to be one of the most sought-after tourist spots throughout South India.
The tranquil hill station of Kerala is known as Vagamon by the locals, located near the border between Kottayam and Idukki. It has tranquil rivulets that meander and lush green hills and a warm climate all the entire year. In Vagamon, you will find tea gardens, pine forests, waterfalls, and stunning meadows. There’s a rising trend toward Vagamon being one of India’s most exciting places to go on adventure tours, where tourists are given activities like climbing on rocks, trekking, and paragliding.