Known for its tea plantations, Munnar is a hill station with breathtaking landscapes, cool climate, and opportunities for trekking and wildlife spotting. 

1. Munnar Hill Station

Famous for its backwaters, Alleppey offers houseboat cruises where you can enjoy the scenic beauty and experience the traditional village life along the waterways. 

2. Alleppey (Alappuzha)

A historic city with a blend of Dutch, Portuguese, and British influences, Kochi is known for its colonial architecture, Fort Kochi, Chinese fishing

3. Kochi (Cochin)

This district is known for its lush greenery, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, and spice plantations. It's a great place for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. 

4. Wayanad 

Famous for its pristine beaches, Kovalam is a popular destination for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports. The lighthouse beach is a major attraction. 

5. Kovalam Beach

Located in Thekkady, this sanctuary is known for its diverse flora and fauna. Take a boat ride on Periyar Lake to spot elephants, tigers, and other wildlife. 

6. Periyar National Park

A coastal town with unique cliffs overlooking the Arabian Sea, Varkala is known for its beach, mineral springs, and the Janardanaswamy Temple. 

7. Varkala Beach

Situated on the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is a serene backwater destination with bird sanctuaries, luxury resorts, and houseboat experiences. 

8. Kumarakom

Known for its historic significance and culinary delights, Kozhikode has beautiful beaches, museums, and is a gateway to the Wayanad district. 

9. Kozhikode

A district with a rich cultural heritage, Palakkad is known for its historical monuments, temples, and the scenic Silent Valley National Park. 

10. Palakkad