The Kerala backwaters are one of the most amazing places in the world. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India. The network includes five large lakes linked by canals, both manmade and natural, fed by 38 rivers, and extending virtually half the length of Kerala state. The backwaters were formed by the action of waves and shore currents creating low barrier islands across the mouths of the many rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range. The most interesting thing in backwaters in Houseboat (Boathouse). It is an ultimate relaxing experience. You can spent a night on your own houseboat watching villagelife, passing through palm and coconut trees and eating delicious Keralian Food.
Gokarna is situated in the southern region of India. Once you reach Gokarma you will be surprise to see the beach resemble “OM “the Sanskrit symbol for innovation that has created the universe. There is nice place near to Gokarma that is Karwar.When you at karwar, you immediately come face to face with the blue see dotted with many islands on the horizon.
This place is situated 12 km away from Junagadh in Sasan Gir. Where you will find many waterfalls during your road trip. Over there you have to go by your personal vehicle no public transport is available. There is a temple of hanuman which is surrounded by huge Banyan tree. Sometimes you will find lions and leopard. There is river nearby the temple. No night stay is allowed.
If you want to experience the true typical Kerala rural ambience come to Kudamaloor. This ancient village just a stone throw away from Kottayam town as well as Kumarakom was the citadel ancient Kerala culture. Located on the banks of river Meenachil, Kudamaloor was the headquarters of the Chembakasseri Kings and was one among the sixty four villages of Kerala.
The Place for Wild life lovers
Beeyem Kayal is a spread of backwaters near Ponnani town, where a boat race is conducted annually, during Onam celebrations. A permanent pavilion is built for the spectators and nearly a dozen country boats, including some rowed by women participate.
Vennimala is a serene and beautiful place located in the Puthuppalli village panchayath of Kottayam district. Vennimala in ancient days was a dense forest. It is believed that Lord Rama and Lakshmana during their period of exile visited this hillside. At that time numerous sages meditated in the caves of Vennimala. The name means ‘hill of victory’ as Lakshmana won the battle with demons.
One of the hilly districts in Kerala richly endowed with natural vistas is Idukki. Among its many inspiring locales is the captivating village of Anakkara. This spice land situated about 1200 m above sea level and falling in the evergreen forest belt of the Western Ghats is truly refreshing.
Cascading down like a long winding silver ribbon, this waterfall is a major attraction here. The waterfall eventually forms a stream and flows towards the plains of the adjoining state of Tamil Nadu.
Sariska national park is a national park located in Alwar district of Rajasthan. It is famous for the wild life reserves which it possesses since long. Distance from Ahmedabad to Sariska national park is 789 k.m. The nearest town from this park is Alawar, the nearest airport is jaipur.
Ezhimala is a beach covered with the hills nearby. Ezhimala (ezhu means seven and mala means mountain), is a seven-peaked mountain. The main attraction of this beach is that, it has the aisa’s tallest hanuman statue. It is 55 km away from Kannur, Kerela. The surrounding hills are famous for the medical herbs available. An important institution here is the Indian Naval Academy.
Have you ever worked in share market? I have been doing it since 20 years. Market opens and closes-I enjoy my life at home after making so much of money. We do go for parks, restaurants and have everything which makes me comfortable or happy. Does it really matter I travel or not? I am happy with the decision I have chosen for myself.