From exotic tropical beaches to rolling mountains covered in mist to islands to backwaters, Kerala has it all. The slopes of Western Ghats here are covered in coffee, cardamom, tea and other spices lending a sweet aroma to the air. The thick forest of Wayanad is home to tigers, monkeys, elephants and other animals. With gushing waterfalls, greenery, backwaters, mountains, this beautiful land is truly ‘Gods Own Country’. Although the capital of Kerala is Thiruvananthapuram, it is Kochi that is more famous for its rich culture and history. Also known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi was an important trading centre for spices. This city finds its mention in several writings by tradesmen and travellers. There are several tourist attractions in Kochi, the most prominent being the Chinese fishing nets. However, if you had been living in this city for years and have seen enough of these tourist attractions, then here is a list of places you could go during weekends to break the monotony.
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