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Kerala in India lures holidaymakers with a taste for the exotic and a yearning for a varied and exciting break from the norm.
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Located in southern India on the Malabar Coast, holidays in this tempting tropical paradise revolve around beaches, backwaters and ayurveda - a system of traditional medicine that fascinates those keen on alternative forms of healing.
You can lounge on beaches, follow rainforest trails, shop at hippy markets, and hop aboard boats to explore the backwaters of the state, where the still air is pierced with the sounds of monkeys and muted squeals from your travelling party when they spot elephants or eagles.
The region is far from a cultural desert, though, and holidays in Kerala can be fascinating from this point of view as well. See the cities of Kochi, which used to be known as Cochin, and Thiruvananthapuram, formerly Trivandrum, before dipping your toes in the sea at idyllic beaches such as Kovalam and Varkala.
The tastes of Kerala are also delightful - especially if you like fish and seafood. Tasty fish and vegetarian curries rank highly among the top dishes cooked up by clever chefs who wouldn't even consider using anything but locally sourced ingredients.
And if ayurvedic medicine piques your interest, the good news is that many hotels in Kerala offer ayurvedic treatments at their in-house spas. Other accommodation options for Kerala holidays, meanwhile, are varied and equally enchanting, with opportunities to stay in house boats, by the beach, at cool hill-top plantations, at eco-lodges or sumptuous palaces of opulence surrounded by lush palm trees. But wherever you stay, you are bound to enjoy soaking up the flavours of this spicy and humid part of the vast nation of India.
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