1. Alappuzha   

Known for its backwaters, houseboats, and serene landscapes, Alappuzha offers a unique experience. A houseboat cruise through the backwaters is a must. 

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2. Munnar Hill Station 

Famous for its tea plantations, Munnar is a hill station with breathtaking views of the Western Ghats. You can visit tea estates, enjoy nature walks, and explore the Eravikulam National Park. 

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3. Kochi (Cochin)

A vibrant city with a rich history, Kochi is known for its colonial architecture, historic sites like Fort Kochi, and the iconic Chinese fishing nets.  

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4. Wayanad 

Nestled in the Western Ghats, Wayanad is known for its lush green landscapes, wildlife sanctuaries, and trekking trails. Explore attractions like Edakkal Caves and Banasura Sagar Dam. 

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5. Kovalam Beach

Famous for its pristine beaches, Kovalam is a popular beach destination. Relax on the sandy shores, indulge in water sports, and visit the iconic Lighthouse Beach. 

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6. Kumarakom 

Situated on the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is known for its backwater beauty and bird sanctuary. Houseboat cruises, bird watching, and Ayurvedic treatments are popular activities here. 

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7. Varkala Beach

Known for its stunning cliffs overlooking the Arabian Sea, Varkala is a popular beach destination with a laid-back atmosphere. The unique cliff-side setting makes it a memorable place to relax and.

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8. Thrissur 

Often referred to as the cultural capital of Kerala, Thrissur is known for its festivals, including the famous Thrissur Pooram. The city is home to temples, museums, and vibrant markets. 

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9. Thiruvananthapuram 

A beautiful coastal village located near Thiruvananthapuram, Poovar is known for its backwaters, estuaries, and golden sand beach. It's a serene destination for those seeking tranquility. 

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10. Kannur  

Rich in cultural heritage, Kannur is known for its historic forts (like St. Angelo's Fort), pristine beaches (such as Payyambalam Beach), and the vibrant Theyyam dance performances.