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images Backwaters Kuttanad, Alappuzha Kuttanad, Alappuzha The rice bowl of Kerala, land lies to 2 m below sea level.

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Tipu's Fort, Palakkad The Tipu's Fort, also known as Palakkad Fort, stands in the heart of Palakkad town. Palakkad is a small town on the lower edges of the Sahyadri ranges of the Western Ghats, with patches of dense forests and crisscrossed with rivers.

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16 Must Visit Palakkad Tourist Attractions, during your Kerala Tour

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Marayur! Kerala!

Marayur! Kerala!

#Kerala abounds in exotic and beautiful Hill stations, lovely #beaches, serene and calm #backwaters are well known as the heart land of #Ayurveda.

At around 30 kms away from our resort at – Woods n Spice, Peermade is a small hill-station at 915 metres above sea level. A hub of spice and herb plantations, this town sparks of charm with its pine forests and numerable courtesy – wikipedia)

Interim Solutions: Sahyan (Sahyadri / Western Ghats) - majestically overlooking Palghat pass @ Walayar (Kerala - Tamilnadu border)

Interim Solutions: Sahyan (Sahyadri / Western Ghats) - majestically overlooking Palghat pass @ Walayar (Kerala - Tamilnadu border)

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Nelliyampathi

Entrance of Silent Valley National Park

The Silent Valley National Park, one of Kerala’s best kept Secrets is a unique preserve of natural rain forests and is the rarest and precious protected area of the world.

The Beautiful Muvattupuzha River

The very blue and very calm Muvattupuzha River serenely turns a bend just after the Piravom Road Railway Station on her way towards her destination north of Vaikom, near Poothotta, where she drains…

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