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I am the Inbound Marketing and Creative Head for Paradise Holidays, Cochin a Kerala based tour operator. I love reading, exploring places and trying out new dishes!

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    mithun.m at | | Reply

    Ma’m its realy informative what you have described here …thank you

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      Ratheesh R.Nath at | | Reply

      thank you sir

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    Ajeesh Balan at | | Reply

    Thank you for the information, if you can add few more place, like Bekal Fort, Ranipuram, Pithalmala, etc.

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      Ratheesh R.Nath at | | Reply

      sure sir & thank you

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    PARTHA SARATHI BISWAS at | | Reply

    Madam,

    Your information are really amazing and I am astonished listening about so many lesser known beautiful tourist spots at Kerala. I am planning to come to Kerala in February next year and would like to travel some of these places around Cochin, Waynad and Calicut.

    Thank you!

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    sunil at | | Reply

    Very interesting! I am visiting kerala and will sure consider some of the above places.
    Can you please tell me how the weather will be around mid-august.

    Thank you.

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      Ratheesh R.Nath at | | Reply

      thank you sir, Mid Aug should be good for travelling

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    Rashmi Gadre at | | Reply

    awesome , have been to kerala couple of times but the way u have described and the pictures posted are just too tempting to make a visit again

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      Ratheesh R.Nath at | | Reply

      thank you sir

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    Kennedy at | | Reply

    Nice and its very helpful

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    ANJAN DAS at | | Reply

    The information being provided is really amazing and appreciable .The photos are a treat to watch .

    It would be great if you can add some more places like Devikulam near Munnar , Vagoman and Poovar island.

    If possible can some more details be provided about Ponmudi and information about Kerala sea plane can be updated in your website for individuals who are interested in the same.

    Thanks once again for such a magnificent effort , please keep it up.

    I am planning for a travel to kerala in Jan’2014 and would obiously like to incorporate
    some of the above places in my tour schedule.

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    Amit Deshpande at | | Reply

    This is a a very very beautiful information kind and so why thanks a lot
    for you.

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    Nabeel S R at | | Reply

    hi Sis
    myself Nabeel..your list is good and informative..you may add some more places
    like
    ramakalmedu
    kolukumala
    vazhanthol waterfalls
    athirapally
    kalveri mount
    agasthya hills
    elaveezha poonchira
    edakal caves
    vagamon

    etc

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    raja at | | Reply

    Good day to you,
    I am planing to go kerala this august for 17 days. Can you plan and arrange for me trip for four adults for Offbeat Travel Destinations. We don’t want normal travel places in kerala. We want something differents. Please advice.
    Thanks

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    annie at | | Reply

    dear sunu ,
    it was a pleasure reading the greens of kerala through you, i wanted to know if there are any groups in and around kochi doing some small kind of trek adventures, if so kindly let me know. Thanks anyways .

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    singhmonika at | | Reply

    The Kerala offbeat destination is approaching many thinking present on your websites.

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    Kiran Joy at | | Reply

    This is so helpful Sunu.

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    Ajish at | | Reply

    I think Gavi should also be there in this list. It is a traveller’s paradise. Though I heard that only a limited tourists are allowed in Gavi per day.

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    Sunil P at | | Reply

    When one talks about backwaters ,one can never miss Alappuzha backwaters. The nick name Venice of the east itself denotes the extensive and connected inland waterways. Alappuzha also owns beautiful beaches.

    Kuttanad is also a sight to see. No wonder tourists from all over the world throng Alappuzha through out the year. Besides , there are good accommodation available for all budget types.

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    Vysakh Chandran at | | Reply

    Aruvikuzhi falls is situated near pallikkathodu in Kottayam district, not Pathanamthitta

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    Ritesh Dhawale at | | Reply

    Hi, it’s absolutely helpful information. I m planning of honeymoon in Jan-16 for Kerala, but want to visit less crowded off bit places. Could you tell me which are the best and must tourist spot and which make our tour mesmerizing.

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    Dhiraj Pandey at | | Reply

    Great list of offbeat travel places. Thanks for sharing useful information.

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