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  1. Top Five Reasons to Visit Kerala ByKeralaTours & Travels

  2. Boat Races Kerala has a unique attraction i.e. boat races(‘Vallom Kali’) held in the state. The boat races start on the month of July to September, may vary to a month as boat races are conducted according to the Malayalam calendar. Kerala boat race begins with Champakulam boat race. The boat used for Kerala boat race is snake boat generally known as ‘ Chundan  Vallom’. The main boat races of Kerala are Champakulam Vallom Kali, Nehru Trophy Vallom Kali, Aranmula Vallom Kali etc. So if you want to experience Kerala boat race visit during July or September.

  3. Places to visit in Kerala Kerala, God’s own Country is one of the most loved tourist spots in the world. Main tourist spots in Kerala are Alleppey, Kochi, Kumarakom, Munnar, Wayanad, Thekkady etc.  Alleppey is known for its backwaters, never miss the houseboat travel in Alleppey.  Kochi, the economic capital of Kerala is one spot you can’t miss during your journey. Fort Kochi, Mattancherry, Vypin, Thripunithura are major attractions in Kochi. Munnar and Wayanad where you can feel the lush green hills.

  4. Food As the name suggests “Land of Spices” Kerala has abundant availability of spices like pepper, turmeric, cardamom, ginger, clove etc. Traditional Kerala food is something which every traveller like to experiment. A hint of spice will be given to every Kerala dish. Main speciality foods of Kerala are ‘Kerala Sadya’, breakfast combo items like Appam & stew, Puttu & Kadala curry, Idiyappam, idli etc. When you visit Kerala don’t forget to ask for Kerala Style food. Almost all top hotels in Kerala provide Kerala food.

  5. Art Forms Kerala is rich in its art forms like Kathakali, Mohiniyattam, Theyyam, Ottamthullal, Padayani etc. Kathakali is a dance form originated from Kerala, as the name suggests its play based on the story. Mohinayattam is a solo female dance form, it is believed as a dance form of Lord Vishnu in female avatar. Theyyam, Ottamthullal, Pdayani are Kerala special art forms, on your visit to Kerala never miss a chance to see one of the Kerala art forms.

  6. Festivals Onam is the largest festival celebrated by every Keralites regardless of caste and religion. It is a harvest festival. Festival falls on the month of August or September. Another festival which is a visual treat for the audience is Thrissur Pooram. Other festivals are Christmas, Vishu, Ramzan, Easter etc. Feasts in the church are also a major attraction for the tourists, Edapally Forane Church Feast is famous in Kerala.