Kerala has been rightly coined as ‘God’s own country’. Its picturesque beauty and the scenic backdrop is a rare treat for those looking to take a break from work and, thereafter, resuming their daily routine with a refreshed mind.
Not only is the state of Kerala prospering, its villages are bountiful as well. Furthermore, the traditional beauty of the rural areas remains unaffected by urbaneness.
There are several Kerala tour packages that you can avail for exploring the state’s paddy fields, backwaters and coconut farms – among other attractions. They are ideal for giving you the much-needed respite from your grueling schedules.
Located 30-32 km away from Allepey, Pandy Island is a small piece of land that is situated in the midst of Pamba River and Achancoli. Also, it is a part of Haripad – the temple city.
This place is also famous for its festivals that take place throughout the year for the wayfarers to revel in. Some sports that you can indulge in, during your visit, are Payippad boat races.
Amongst the many reasons for visiting Attapaddy village are included its reserved forest areas and tribal regions. Cattle rearing and agriculture are some means of the people’s livelihood.
Some activities for your entertainment during your stopover at the village are bird watching, trekking, hiking, rock climbing, wildlife viewing.
The location of Thrithala villages is traced to Ottapulam Taluk, Palakkad region, Kerala, and along the banks of Bharathapuzha. The village is famous for is Ayurvedic centers.
Alongside the Western Ghats in Wayanad district lies Thirunelli village that is worth visiting for its coffee, tea, and rubber plantations. The village’s other tourist attractions include Turunelli Temple and Papanasisni river.
There are several reasons for planning a trip to Nilambur village. However, Teal Museum is a major attraction if you love artworks; it houses a large variety of appealing artefacts.
Referred to as the ‘Rice Bowl of Kerala’ and located in the midst of the pictorial backwaters, the Kuttanad village extends over 75 km and is worth a visit for its paddy fields amongst other tourist attractions. You can also enjoy the beauty of Vembanad backwaters when visiting this village.
Situated nearby Ambalapuzzha, Karumadi has gained popularity because it houses the black granite-based Buddha statue, also called Karumadi Kuttan.
If you avail the Kerala tour packages, you can go on sightseeing expeditions when visiting Punnapra that is located near Allepey. At the village, you can avail homestays as well.
Pathiramanal Island is situated in the midst of the Vembanad Lake and is in close vicinity to Allepey. The site is accessible by boat from Muhamma and Kumarakom.
Other Kerala villages that are worth a visit include: Thalayolaprambu that is famous for its plantations including the rubber ones; Chempu is nestled on the Lake Vembanad shores; Moscow is traced between Chanaganasseri and Thiruvalla; Teekoy, which lies between Erattupetta and Vagamon, should be visited for its various products such as cardamom, rubber, pepper, turmeric, and coconut.