KERALA HONEYMOON PACKAGE TOUR, KERALA PUJA & DIWALI FESTIVAL PACKAGES, WINTER HOLIDAYS IN KERALA
Kerala is the most south western state of India, intercede between tall mountains and deep blue sea. This beautiful state is blessed with a long shoreline and serene beaches, beryl backwaters, lush green hill stations, aromatic plantations, abundant wildlife, waterfalls, history, culture, monuments, exotic cuisine, ayurvedic medication and spa treatment. It is no exaggeration called it “'God's Own Country”.
looking for a perfect Holiday Destination in Puja Holidays & Diwali Vacation - Stops Here ! It is Kerala - GOD'S OWN COUNTRY
Kerala the strip of land in the Indian state is mainly famous for its rich cultural heritage which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The religion and the art of this charming place are so beautiful and prosperous that it lures many tourists from across the world. People from the far away countries are very much interested to know and explore the Kerala’s cultural heritage, religion, art and the dance forms. Kerala with its Exotic Beaches, Evergreen Mountain, Extensive Backwaters, Swaying Palm Trees, Dense Forest, Blue Lagoon, and Swift Flowing Rivers looks like a dreamland. Along with the beaches and the backwaters its main attraction is its pristine hill stations which offers the tourists with cool atmosphere and refreshes the mind, body, and soul of the tourists and the visitors.
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Kerala is acclaimed for its most exotic backwaters. The coastal regions of Kerala have a network of waterways, inlets from the sea, and estuaries of over forty rivers, lakes and natural canals connecting coastal towns. Tourists around the globe thronged this beautiful place to enjoy leisure in the traditional houseboat and enjoy the scenic beauty of backwater which rather can be called the “venice of the east”.
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.
Kerala has over 900 km of interconnected waterways, rivers, lakes and inlets that make up the Kerala Backwaters. In the midst of this beautiful landscape there are a number of towns and cities, which are the starting and end points of backwater cruises. National Waterway No. 3 from Kollam to Kottapuram, covers a distance of 205 km and runs almost parallel to the coast line of southern Kerala facilitating both cargo movement and Kerala Backwater Tourism.
The backwaters have a unique ecosystem - freshwater from the rivers meets the seawater from the Arabian Sea. In certain areas, such as the Vembanad Kayal, where a barrage has been built near Kumarakom, salt water from the sea is prevented from entering the deep inside, keeping the fresh water intact. Such fresh water is extensively used for irrigation purposes.
Many unique species of aquatic life including crabs, frogs and mudskippers, water birds such as terns, kingfishers, darters and cormorants, and animals such as otters and turtles live in and alongside the backwaters. Palm trees, pandanus shrubs, various leafy plants and bushes grow alongside the backwaters, providing a green hue to the surrounding landscape.
Vembanad Kayal is the largest of the lakes, covering an area of 200 km², and bordered by Alappuzha (Alleppey), Kottayam, and Ernakulam districts. The port of Kochi (Cochin) is located at the lake's outlet to the Arabian Sea. Alleppey - "Venice of the East", has a large network of canals that meander through the town. Vembanad is India’s longest lake. The Houseboats in Kerala are huge, slow-moving, exotic barges used for Leisure Trips. Keralan Rice Boats are a reworked model of Kettuvallams (in the Malayalam language, Kettu means "tied with ropes", and vallam means "boat"), which, in earlier times, were used to carry rice and spices from Kuttanad to the Kochi port. Kerala houseboats were considered a convenient means of transportation. They have thatched roof covers over wooden hulls.
Boats in a variety of shapes and sizes have traditionally been the main means of transport of men and materials in the Kerala Backwaters since olden days. In particular, the house boats were used to ship rice and spices and other goods between Kuttanad and the Cochin port. It was a three-day affair in those days. A standard house boat, which could be about 100 feet long, can hold up to 30 tons, and that is as much as three big lorries can.
For the royalty these boats even became comfortable living quarters. It was the important mode of transportation in coastal Kerala just because of its accessibility to the most remote areas.
It took the vision and enterpreneurship of a couple of enterprising young men to refurbish one of these leviathans, hoisting on to it a wooden super-structure incorporating a huge bed room, a toilet, a kitchenette and an open balcony. The ancient houseboat with a modernized interior became a hot favourite with tourists.
As the Houseboats glide over the Kerala backwaters at a leisurely pace, the sights are new, the sounds are new, and every sensation is new every passing moment. A cruise along the mirror-still lagoons, picture-book lakeside, palm-fringed canals and shimmering rivulets of "God's Own Country" is the most enchanting holidaying experience in the country. With a Cruise along the palm-fringed waterways turning to be part and parcel of holidayers' itinerary, the traditional kettuvallam has emerged as the mascot of Kerala Tourism.
A houseboats is about 60 to 70 feet (about 18 to 21 meters) long and about 15 feet (about 5 m) wide at the middle. The hull which is made of hundreds of fine but heavy-duty planks of jack-wood is held together absolutely by coir knots (not a single nail is used). This framework is then coated with a caustic black resin extracted from boiled cashew kernels. And it lasts for generations. The roof is made of bamboo poles and palm leaves. The exterior of the boat is painted with protective coats of cashew nut oil.
Kerala is the most south western state of India, intercede between tall mountains and deep blue sea. This beautiful state is blessed with a long sandy shoreline and serene beaches, beryl backwaters, lush green hill stations, aromatic plantations, abundant wildlife, waterfalls, history, culture, monuments, exotic cuisine, ayurvedic medication and spa treatment. It is no exaggeration called it “God's Own Country”.
Kerala is acclaimed for its most exotic backwaters. The coastal regions of Kerala have a network of waterways, inlets from the sea, and estuaries of over forty rivers, lakes and natural canals connecting coastal towns. Tourists around the globe thronged this beautiful place to enjoy leisure in the traditional houseboat and enjoy the scenic beauty of backwater which rather can be called the “Venice of the east”. A cruise along the mirror-still lagoons, picture-book lakeside, palm-fringed canals and shimmering rivulets of `God's Own Country' is the most enchanting holidaying experience in Kerala.
Ayurveda and Kerala – both words are synonymic. Ayurveda literally means the science of life (Ayur = Life, Veda = Science) and Modern Spa Treatment is the soul and essence of Kerala, which has been providing Ayurvedic treatment in traditional way for thousand years and has rightfully, earned the name “Birth place of Ayurveda” as it does not merely treats physical aspects of a person, but also the emotional and spiritual also and is believed to have been passed on to humans from the Gods themselves.
As Kerala is ‘God’s Own Country’ thus blessed with all its blessings like a moderate climate, lush green forest with innumerable medicinal plants, herbs available throughout the year and every season and the cool monsoon season best suited for Ayurvedic practice. Kerala is perhaps one of the few places on earth where temperature of 24-28 degrees is maintained during a period of continuous rain. This prevalence of moisture in the air and on the surface of the skin makes it the ideal place for natural medicines to work at their highest levels of potency.
Winter comprising of October and February is the best time to travel Kerala as during winter the average temperature drops a bit but it never too chilly (12 degree to 20 degree). This is the peak tourist season in Kerala and tourists from every corner of the world throng to enjoy their vacation, holidays and Honeymoon Package in Kerala AC Houseboat.
March to May is very hot and terms as summer in Kerala, rather hill stations of Thekkady and Munnar are pleasant and enjoyable. The day time is very hot but evening is pleasant and enjoyable. If you want to Travel Kerala with Pocket Friendly Package, summer is the best time as you can expect heavy off-season discounts and offer on accommodation, sightseeing, and meal plan.
Monsoon in Kerala is between June to September with a moderate temperature and moister. At this time Kerala shows its charm with rain washed green forest, wavy paddy fields, band of coconut trees, canals and rivers in full brim. Monsoon is the best time for Ayurvedic Treatments also.
You’re Search for a Perfect Honeymoon Destination Stops Here !
The state of Kerala in the southern most part of India is a gorgeous place to spend a time off. Kerala offer a multiplicity of holiday destination. We are going to view Kerala in form of a Honeymoon destination. The beaches, the backwaters and the thriving green hills are great honeymoon destinations in Kerala.
A Kerala honeymoon tours is a fantasy for some but we can make it all come true. All you have to do is pack your bags and give us a call at +91 9836117777, Its Denzong Leisure – Your Perfect Travel Advisor. Let it be the beaches or the backwaters, we will create a perfect honeymoon plan exclusively for you.
The lush green hills of Munnar are of divine beauty. Couples opting for a good honeymoon must visit Munnar during their stay in Kerala. The green tea gardens are the first attraction on the hills of south India. Visitors are offered a welcome drink which is tea of a finest blend. A slow walk around the tea garden holding hand of your love is a passionate scene. You can click candid photos of your darling which remind you of your honeymoon in the coming years. There is an echo point in Munnar and it’s a fun place. You can shout the name of your beloved and hear it back again numerous times. The waterfalls in Munnar are splendid.
Another important tourist attraction in Kerala is the beaches. The white sandy beaches, the swaying tall palm trees and the crystal clear water of the Arabian Sea sets the mood for a perfect for a honeymoon. There are no other sounds to be heard except for the splashing of the waves. The view of crimson sunset over the horizon makes you feel alive. A beach side candle light dinner under the velvet sky, a bottle of champagne in the ice bucket, and two champagne saucers by the table side and a love song as background music... Romantic, it’s it ? And all that you can avail from our Honey Special Package Tour in Kerala.
Honeymoon on a Luxury AC Houseboat is an exclusive experience. The Luxury Houseboats of Kerala Honeymoon are known all around the world for its uniqueness. One can reserve a house boat for honeymoon. The house boat provides a unique comfortable stay with all modern facilities and great service. These house boats float on the Backwaters of Kerala. Since Kerala is connected with a vast network of backwaters, it creates an easy access to some of the major cities of Kerala. The green paddy fields with coconut trees dancing with the wind are an incredible sight to see. The emerald backwaters create a special bond for which tourist come to visit it year after year.
Honeymoon in Kerala is all about great experience. There are so many destination to choose in India but why Kerala? To answer this question you will have to visit Kerala first and ofcourse with Denzong Leisure. The name “God’s own country” truly represents Kerala. Beauty of Kerala cannot be described in mere words, you have to feel it.