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Kerala a south Indian state lies snug between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, the former being a biodiversity hotspot and on the list of UNESCO world heritage sites. The Western Ghats Mountains are considered to be older than even the Himalayas. This is also proved by the archaeological findings in the Idukki district of prehistoric dolmens of the Neolithic era. These stone-made structures are locally called ‘muniyaras’. Kerala is diverse in many ways. It is the product of Dravidian, Arab, Aryan, and European cultures and so are there multiple religions. You’ll come across temples, churches, mosques, and synagogues here. Its beaches, backwaters, lakes , Ayurvedic tourism, brackish canals, hill stations, estuaries, half a dozen types of forests, endemic species of flora and fauna, and migratory birds are some among its many distinctive attractions. You can experience the authentic south Indian culture through its festivals, dances like Kathakali and Mohiniattam, Theyyam paintings and Pookkalam which are floral carpets can also be seen during the festival Onam. Don’t forget the south Indian cuisine on a banana leaf platter with the exquisite sices and coconut chutneys.

Major tourist places to visit
Munnar, Wayanad, Alleppy, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Kovalam, Thiruvananthapuram.