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Anamudi Shola National Park

Anamudi Shola National Park

Anamudi Shola National Park is located along the western ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala State, covering an area of 7.5 sq. km. and the elevation ranges from 2,152 meters – 2,305 meters. It is a beautiful place and is a part of Annamalai sub-cluster. In the year 2003, the park was declared as the National Park. The park has been nominated for World Heritage site status under UNESCO’s World heritage Program.

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Alappuzha

Alappuzha

Alappuzha, the seventh largest city of Kerala in the population and the third largest city in literacy rate in Kerala. The name Alappuzha is derived from the geographical position and physical features of the place which means the land between the sea and network of rivers flowing into it. It was formed on 17 August 1957.

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Kovalam

Kovalam

Kovalam, an international beach with three adjacent beaches is located by the Arabian Sea in Thiruvananthapuram city, kerala, India. The word Kovalam means the a grove of coconut trees and the village offers an endless sight of coconut trees. History When Maharani Settu Lakshmi Bayi of Travancore constructed her beach resort in Kovalam, it started getting attention in the ends of 1920. After some time the place was brought to public by her nephew the Maharaja of Travancore. In 1930 the guest of Travancore kingdom discovered the potential of the Kovalam beach and declared as the tourist destination.

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Kochi(Cochin)

Kochi(Cochin)

In the state of Kerala, India there is a popular city for visit is known as Kochi. It is situted in the district of Ernakulam. Kochi is the financial capital of the Kerala. Kochi is the second largest city in the Kerala. Kochi is also known as Cochin. It is the one of the tourist destination. Kochi is the best place for outing and for spend there time for enjoyment. It is the best place to see the Kathakali and kalarippayattu. Kochi is also known as Queen of the Arabian Sea. Kochi is the part of the greater Cochin region and by the government of India it is classified as a Tier-II city. Kochi is also ranked the Sixth best tourist destination in the India. For the Keralan arts Kochi is the center. Malayalam and English languages are mostly used in the Kochi. There are many places to visit in the Kochi.

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Periyar National Park

Periyar National Park

A best example of Nature Bounty with great scenic charm, Rich Biodiversity and providing veritable visiting satisfaction can be seen in Periyar National Park, Thekkady. The park is situated in the state of Kerala covering an area of 925 Sq .km., and is one of the tiger reserve in India. The park reserves the rare, endemic and endangered flora and fauna and makes the watershed of two rivers, the Periyar and Pamba of Kerala. Periyar Nationa Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (PNP), is a protected area in the different districts in Kerala, India. The park is located high in Cardamom and Pandalam Hills. In the Year 1934, the first official action was taken by the Maharaja of Travancore towards the conservation of Biodiversity and Wildlife by declaring the forest around the periyar as the private game reserve. Later it was founded as Nellikkampatty Game Reserve. Some other peaks within the park are Pachayarmala, Vellimala, Sunderamala, Chokkampetti mala and Karimala.

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Munnar

Munnar

In the Western Ghats range of mountains, there is a small town and hill station named Munnar which is located in Idukki district of Kerala. It is 5200 ft. above the sea level. The meaning of Munnar is "Three Rivers". It refers to location at confluence of Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. Covering the area of 557 sq. kms the Munnar town is situated on the Kannan Devan Hills village in Devikulam taluk. It is the largest punchayat of Idukki district. In past time this hill station was once a support for british government in south India. This resort provide many facilities. These are tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities which make this hill station to a popular resort town. Except the exotic flora, Neelakurinji is also found in the forest and the grassland. In every 12 years these flowers bath the hills with blue color. Munnar is also a highest peak in the south India about 2695 mt. To start the trekking Anamudi is an ideal spot.

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