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10 Places To Visit In Kerala In November
Native Planet | 31st Oct, 2019 05:57 PM
  • 1. Munnar

    Munnar is a misty paradise that is considered one of the best places to visit in Kerala in November. Rich in waterfalls, rainforest, coconut palms, tea plantations and rolling green hills, Munnar is a memorable weekend getaway for city dwellers. You can indulge in some delightful activities to absorb the overwhelming scenic beauty of Munnar. End a beautiful day with a sunset and try the spectacular treehouse stay to have a romantic night.

  • 2. Alleppey

    Famously dubbed as Venice of the East, Alleppey or Alappuzha allures tourists and travellers with rich & unique culture like no other destination in Kerala. Besides its spellbinding landscapes, and seashores, Alleppey also boasts boat races, backwaters, glittering rivers, quiet lagoons and swaying palm groves, which effortlessly brings much-needed respite for the tourists and travellers. The Rice Bowl of Kerala is the best place to visit in Kerala during winter, especially in November.

  • 3. Kochi

    Kochi is an ancient city that opened the trade between India and other foreign countries during the medieval ages. It is also called the Queen of the Arabian sea. And because of its commercial significance, Kochi boasts a fusion of several international cultures like French, English, Chinese, Portuguese, Jewish and Dutch. Though Kochi is acknowledged for its backwaters, amazing water birds, lush greenery and exotic flowers, it is home to many historical and ancient monuments which is a must-see when you visit Kochi.

  • 4. Varkala

    When you visit Varkala, there's plenty on your doorstep: shops, activities, and an extended stretch of clean sandy beach, popular with swimmers and rookie surfers. There are also many viewpoints to enjoy the sunrise. You can also relish a few leisurely boat rides, authentic local food, time at the beach, and catch a spectacular sunset. With so many options available, you will be split between choices.

  • 5. Vagamon

    Located in Idukki district, Vagamon is a dreamy town, that has got the eye of many tourists and travellers and is sure to be a visual treat to everyone. Barely commercialized, Vagamon is one of the untouched natural beauties of South India. From dense forests and waterfalls to Barren hills and mystic lakes, Vagamon is an ideal weekend getaway for city dwellers.

  • 6. Wayanad

    Wayanad is located about 16 km away from Sultan Bathery, in Kerala. It is one of the serene hill station, which offers indescribable holiday experience in the lap of Western Ghats. Acting as a tail end of the magnificent Deccan Plateau, Wayanad is a land of wildlife, valleys, waterfalls, rich history and culture that shall surely provide long-lasting memories with your loved ones

  • 7. Nelliyampathy

    Nelliyampathy is one of the untouched hill stations in Kerala that retains its pristine environment. The bounty of nature is a grace to Nelliyampathy - its waterfalls, hill stations, wildlife reserves, backwaters, etc. attract tourists and travellers from around the world. Usually, people can't have a refreshing experience when places are too crowded. However, with plenty of things and sights to offer, Nelliyampathy is one of the best places to visit in Kerala in November.

  • 8. Kumarakom

    Located about 14 km away from Kottayam, Kumarakom is set on the stunning Vembanad Lake and offers some fantastic backwaters for nature lovers and tourists. Many reckon Kumarakom to be a land of backwaters and lakes. However, Kumarakom has got more to offer than just backwaters. The thick mangrove forest, shallow lagoons, and lush green meadows attract tourists from not only India but tens and thousands of people from all over the globe.

  • 9. Poovar

    Poovar is a small coastal town, located about 35 km from Trivandrum. Poovar offers many attractions like backwaters, lakes and a long sandy stretch of Arabian sea abreast many well-maintained resorts providing thrifty accommodations and mouth-watering local cuisine. Beaches displaying golden-coloured sands are pristine and relaxing. Backwaters rich in rare flora and fauna also attract many tourist and travellers, making it one of the best places to visit in Kerala.

  • 10. Thekkady

    Thekkady in Kerala takes the pride of being one of the most charming and stunning places to visit in November. Located at an elevation of 900 m above sea level, Thekkady is nature's artwork. With fascinating wildlife, flora and fauna and an array of adventurous things to do, Thekkady is an ideal place to visit for those who are planning on a road trip with their loved ones.

According to reports, Kerala welcomed 16.7 million tourists in 2018. And this year is no different, as millions of tourists and travellers are flocking in from across the globe, to explore Kerala's concoction of flavours such as culture and history, exotic beaches, enticing floating markets, stunning backwaters and more. Unpredictably grand, yet largely wild - there's no better place to be this November than Kerala!

There are hundreds of places you can visit in Kerala this winter. However, we have narrowed it down to these top 10 stunning places in Kerala. So, scroll down to see what awaits you in this mesmerising land.

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