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Kerala tourism season has always been the favourite time to visit Kerala as tourist from across the world awaits the months of October until March to explore the natural beauty of Kerala, God's Own Country. Beyond doubt, Kerala is the top tourist destination in India, attracting thousands of tourists every day! However, visiting the state during tourism season is a major opportunity to explore the culture, the people and of course, the nature in pristine glory. Despite the tourist season in full-swing, you would not realize the crowd brushing your plans away.

Here are 5 authentic reasons to visit Kerala during the tourist season.

“God’s Own Country” comes alive

As it is, Kerala boasts of a rich nature trail. Post monsoon, the plains turn lush green. Living in a tree house is such a formidable tourist option, with greenery sprawling beyond horizon. Plantations of rubber, coconut and spices seem all the more inviting with the earthly fragrance bellowing their effect on the mind and soul. 

Moderate climate

The period October to March is when Kerala is witnessing moderate climate- not too sunny and not much pouring. This is the best time for outdoor activities and tours. God’s own Country, with its pleasant climate is too enchanting with its natural scenery.

Backwater ride at its best

A Kerala trip is complete without a backwater trip. Backwater trips can be enjoyed best during peak tourism season is, i.e. October-March due to moderate climate.   You can also enjoy local delicacies such as seafood and Toddy while cruising and relaxing in houseboats. Light drizzles and breezy mornings just adds to the beauty with fresh greenery all around making it picture perfect! 

Calm beaches

The beaches in Kerala are calm during non-monsoon days. Summers being too sunny, the peak tourism season is ideal for a beach tour also in God’s Own Country.  Be it the small beaches in Kochi, like Vypeen or the popular beaches in like Kovalam, Varkala, or Aleppey, beach tours are at the best during this time. 

Enchanted waterfalls, hills and forests

Kerala is a photographer’s delight in tourist season after monsoon. Waterfalls swell in size, flowing untamed like white snakes. Aathirapally, Vazhachal Falls, Lakkom and Palaruve Falls are enticing corridors of enchanted beauty. Seduce your senses exploring deep forest pockets of Chinnar, Wayanad, Periyar, Peppara and Kumarakom sanctuaries. Love hills? Throng to the lesser known destinations bereft of crowd like Munnar, Thekkady and Gavi.

So, here you go… Make sure you choose the best tourist packages for Kerala to enjoy its untainted glory.

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