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8 Surprising things that you will only experience in Kerala

August 31, 2016
Munnar - Thekkady Tea Estate

On a typical rainy day in Kerala, birds sing to the pitter-patter of the rain, kids drench themselves in the blissful water and the aroma of coffee lingers in the atmosphere. The whole country waits to hear the news of rains in Kerala, because they know that monsoon is not far away. While the rain gods shower a lot of generosity in Kerala, there are pouring discounts on Kerala tour packages, flight tickets and hotels. An otherwise expensive destination, Kerala becomes unbelievably cheaper during the rainy season. Luxury hotels, houseboats and homestays are cheaper by almost 50% of their peak season price. Kerala is an all-year round destination, whether you plan your visit in monsoon, summer or winter.

Kerala looks more verdant than ever in the rainy season

Carmelia Haven

The lush greenery and the milky white waterfalls add beauty to the landscape

Valara waterfalls

The lakes blossom with joy

Kundala Lake

The landscapes are filled with mystical beauty

Mattupattey Dam

A lone mosque among the tea gardens looks so stunning

Mosque on tea gardens

Here a tea, there a tea

Munnar - Thekkady Roadtrip

Everywhere a tea, tea!

Munnar tea estate

When your food is served on a banana leaf, you already know that it's going to be awesome

Tasty veg meals at Sarvanna Bhavan

No trip to Kerala is complete without the famous karimeen fry

Karimeen fry

Author: Winnie Karnik