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If you got married or planning to getting marry honeymoon in Kerala is truly a lifetime experience. Don’t do any compromise while selecting the honeymoon destination which is none other than Kerala situated in south-western region of India. Due to the unparalleled attractions and blissful ambiance, it has become the most sought after honeymoon destination.

From salubrious hill stations to palm fringed beaches, backwaters to exotic wildlife sanctuaries this state offers beyond the imagination attractions which is the main thing about kerala Honeymoon. The magnetizing attractions and the amiable climatic conditions of this state magnet the honeymooners from every nook and corner of the world. Being a tropical state, Kerala is blessed with refreshing hill stations which are famous for picturesque vistas, green pastures, pouring waterfalls and diverse ranges of flora and fauna.

Chembra Peak, Devikulam, Wayanad, Munnar, Lakkidi, Mattupetty are some of the must visit hill stations of Kerala honeymoon Tour. Among various hill stations, Munnar is one the beautiful hill station which is also known as Kashmir of South. Munnar is the perfect place for relaxation and very popular among newly-weds. This beautiful hill station is spotted with sprawling grass lands, vast tea gardens, peaceful lakes and wide ranges of flora and fauna which will certainly leave you spellbind. Be here, hold your beloved hand and experience the heavenly atmosphere of Munnar by sharing your love to each other.

Backwaters here are the major attraction next to hill stations which are visited by the newly-weds in the hordes. Several rivers, inlets, lagoons, deltas are team up together and created the breathtaking backwaters. These backwaters are dotted with swaying palm trees, coconut grooves, rustic villages, bird sanctuaries and diverse ranges of flora and that one can experience with well settled houseboats. Houseboats are made up of coconut fiber, bamboo and many more.

Backwaters cruise in this state is the most beautiful and unforgettable experience of the newly-weds. Houseboats offer all the contemporary facilities to the honeymooners including deluxe rooms with flower beds, hygienic toilets, lounge and deck for angling. To make their honeymoon special most of the houseboats serve candlelight dinner to them which is arranged by the houseboats itself. There are myriad backwaters destinations where you can visit during your honeymoon but among them Alleppey and Kumarakom are most visited by the honeymooners.

Apart from, Kerala is also famous for their serene palm-fringed beaches which are quite fascinating. The beaches of Kerala are clean and spotted by the palm and coconut trees. Beaches of this state provide sheer and romantic ambiance to newlyweds. Hold your beloved hand and take a walk on the glistening sand and experience the scenic landscapes while sharing some romantic moments. Visit to the beaches of Kerala and have a candlelight dinner under the beautiful roof of twinkling stars. There are numerous beaches in this state, among them Kovalam, Beypore, Varkala, Poovar, Bekal are the must visit beaches of this state.

Well, if you are felling tiredness and wish to revive you body and soul then you can go for Ayurveda for which Kerala is known for. Apart from, Honeymoon Packages Kerala offers many other attractions to the newly-weds and makes their journey fabulous and memorable.

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This article was published on 2011/05/30