Kerala is an awe-inspiring holiday destination situated between Western Ghats and Arabian Sea.Rejuvenating climate, vibrant dark forests, beautiful water backs, mouth-watering cuisines and the list of reasons to love this vacation spot goes on and on. Spend your evenings near the palm fringed beachesat Varkala and Kovalam to experience the healing touch of nature that can break down all the stress andburdens gifted by the busy world you belong to. If you are greenery lover, do not miss to climb up theundulating hills of Vagamon and Munnar. The pristine backwaters of Kuttanad and Kumarakom would certainly leave you with a reason to come back.This beautiful peace of land is blessed with diverse geographical features each at its best. When these gifted features of nature blends with the rejuvenating Ayurvedic massages and treatments offered by the masters in the field, this holiday paradise becomes special. People from different parts of the globe reach here for Ayurvedic treatments to get rid of their chronic physical discomforts and go back with memories to cherish for a lifetime. Kerala is the best place to learn Yoga and other medication techniques as you have masters of these relaxation techniques here to help you attain holistic wellness.
Preparing to visit Kerala
Kerala is located in the southern part of India and since, it’s a prominent tourist spot, finding transportation to this part of the globe from anywhere in India, would not be a difficult task. However, you need to be well aware about the weather condition of the place before you set off for the trip. Kerala gets heavy rainfall during the month of June to September. Therefore, if you are visiting this tourist spot just to roam around and enjoy the sceneries; plan to visit the place before June or after September. Well, if you are coming to Kerala to get Ayurvedic treatment, never miss rainy season. According to gurus of Ayurvedic in Kerala, rainy season is the best time to take these treatments. The state is known of its hospitality and you would not find any difficulty in arranging accommodation in Kerala, even if you reach here during the peak time.
Kerala is also known for its celebrations. The tradition and culture followed by the people of Kerala arevery different than the other parts of the globe. Onam is one of the most celebrated festivals in Kerala and this is the time when you get to see the god’s own country at its best. It’s the time when the rainy season is almost over and spring is about to start. Snake boat race or ‘Vallamkalli’ is one of the most crowd-attracting sport activity conducted in Kerala during this season. It’s amazing to see uniquely decorated snake boats being rowed through the river Pamba in a rhythm of ‘Vanchipattu’ (type folk song sung while the boats are rowed. Thrissur Pooram is another fascinating event celebrated in the gods own country in the month of June, attracting people from all over the globe. More than 30 elephants participate in the event, all amazingly decorated with ornaments, silky clothes, bells, strikingly crafted masks etc. All the decorated elephants stand face to face in the backdrop chenda mellam, rupturing the spectators.