Goa
Goa
Overview:-
Swaying palms, white sands and sparkling waters: the three essential elements that attract visitors to Goa. Goa is the perfect place where you will find a blend of traditional and modern aspects of life. On one hand you have plush beaches and on the other hand you have the most natural landscapes that make you wonder if time ever touched this place. Goa is the perfect place to go on a sightseeing tour. The waterfalls, the forests, the spice farms, all are unique in their own way and are a must visit in Goa.

Panjim:-

Panjim is a beautiful coastal town adorned with churches and cathedrals and a string of beaches. Panjim's biggest draw is the Carnival celebration in the month of February which includes a colorful parade on the city's streets.
Dona Paula Beach
One of the topmost of Goa attrACTIONs, Dona Paula Beach bears resemblance to the great Taj Mahal. How? Well, similar to Taj Mahal, Dona Paula beach of Goa is a perfect testimony of true love.....
Aguada Fort
This fort reveals a lot about the history of Goa. A spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that called there, giving it the name "Aguada" (meaning 'water' in Portuguese).

Old Goa:-
Old Goa is one of the important region of Goa due to its historical significance. It is an UNESCO declared World Heritage Site due to its Renaissance architecture which can be still witness in the monuments and churches of the region. A visit to Old Goa just cannot be missed out on your Goa visit.
Se Cathedral
Churches are one of the most visited of Goa attrACTIONs, specially those located in Old Goa. Old Goa is actually a world heritage sites along with the various churches there. Amongst these churches is the se Cathedral....
Chapel Of St. Francis Xavier
Another of Goa churches that draw tourists in large number. Visit to Goa to pay your tribute to St Francis of Xavier, one of the famous places to visit in Goa.

Margao:-
Margao is the second largest but busiest town of Goa. This commercial capital of Goa is bedecked with a number of popular places to visit like the Portuguese style mansions, Catholic churches and temples.
Colva Beach
Colva is the oldest and largest of South Goa's resorts. Its leafy outlying 'Vaddos', or wards are pleasant enough, dotted with colonial style villas and ramshackle fishing huts. The beachfront is a collection of concrete hotels, souvenir stalls and fly blown snack bars strewn around a central roundabout.
Benaulim Beach
In Sanskrit known as "Banali" it was later corrupted by the Portuguese to Benaulim. It lies in the centre of Colva Beach, 7-km west of Margao........

Mapusa:-
Mapusa is the third largest town in Goa. It is mainly a market town and famous for its Friday market. Here, you will come across local Goan women dressed in colorful attires selling their locally grown product or manufactured wares.
Anjuna Beach
With its fluorescent painted palm trees and infamous full moon parties, ANJUNA, 8-km west of Mapusa, is Goa at its most "alternative"...
Baga Beach
Baga, 10-km west of Mapusa, is basically an extension of Calangute; even the locals are unable to decide where ends and the other begin.....
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Kerala
Overview:-
Kerala, the south-western state of India, is a land of many enchantments. Emerald green backwaters drench every pockets of this leaf-shaped country. Sun-kissed golden sands sprawled on the pristine. Dark, deep forest reserves carrying spicy aroma houses many exotic species in their sleeves. And above all, it is the magic of Ayurveda, that refreshes you again and again for a more exhilarating journey and you continue to do so in this God's Own Country.

Thiruvananthapuram:-
The capital of the state of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram or the City of the Sacred Snake, is built over seven hills. Thiruvananthapuram is, decidedly, one of the cleaner and well-planned cities of the country. The city's scenic appeal, its enchanting beaches, and overwhelming greenery only add to its uniqueness. The red-tiled roofs, the never-ending stretches of palm trees, the maze of narrow, winding streets and above all, the sea, make for a fascinating mixture.
The attractions here are:- Kovalam Beach, Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Kuthiramalika Palace Museum, The Napier Museum, Sree Chitbra Art Gallery.
There is an element of understated and effortless elegance about the city, which leaves a lasting impression on the visitor.

Kochi:-
A leisurely walk through the city is the best way to discover historic Fort Kochi. An obscure fishing village that became the first European township in India, Kochi has an eventful and colourful history. The town was shaped by the Portuguese, the Dutch and later the British. The result of these cultural influences are seen in the many examples of Indo European architecture that still exist here.
The attractions here are:- Fort Kochi and Mattancherry, Santa Cruz Basilica, Princess Street, St. Francis Church, Vasco da Gama Square, Dutch Cemetery, Cochin Carnival.

Malappuram:-
Malappuram (literally, a land atop hills) is situated 50 km southeast of Kozhikode. Bounded by the Nilgiri hills on the east, the Arabian sea on the west and Thrissur and Palakkad districts on the south, Malappuram is enriched by three great rivers flowing through it - the Chaliyar, the Kadalundi and the Bharathapuzha.The hill country has also contributed much to the cultural heritage of Kerala. It was a famous centre for Hindu-Vedic learning and Islamic philosophy.
The attractions here are ;- Padinjarekkara Beach - Ponnani, Blue Yonder, Navamukunda Temple – Thirunavaya, Keraladeeshapuram Temple - Tanur, Thunchan Smarakam Memorial – Tirur, Garuda Temple – Triprangode, Sastha Temple – Chamravattom, Kadampuzha Bhagavathi Temple, Pazhayangadi Mosque – Kondotty.

Munnar:-
Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala.Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the Neelakurinji. The attractions here are:- Church of South India, Eravikulam National Park, Tea Museum and Tea Processing, Athukad and other Falls, Madupatty Dam, Sethuparvathipuram Dam, Lockhart Gap, Pothanmedu, Nyamakad Gap, Trout-fishing.

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