Nature is not just a green background but a thriving essence of the countryside in Kerala. Every turn unfolds itself into a different shade of green more brighter than the previous one. That is how I felt Kerala was for me.
Returned from a week-long bliss in God’s own country Kerala, as people call it. We, of course, tried to explore the state as our usual self by road trip. As soon as we landed in Kochi, we got ourselves a rented car. Started the jaunt next morning to Munnar.
Munnar is a southern hill station ⛰famous for the oldest Tea plantations in India. But it offers more than just the tea plantations, be it National parks which is home to more than a dozen of endangered species of animals and plants. It cradles various Lakes, Dams, and Mountains filled with tropical forests.
Mother Nature is uninterrupted and kept in its truest form like it should be. A rare sight for sore metropolitan eyes. Blue skies, lush green roadsides & fresh tropical fruits……… 😇 Aahhh…perks of being on a vacation.
A Single post can’t do justice to the beauty this place holds, So here I am now keeping quiet 😷 and let my pictures do the talking.
Enjoy pieces of picturesque Munnar in the first post out of three post series for Kerala to be followed soon.
Enjoyed? 🤯 More posts and more delicious pictures in coming posts from Kerala Series.
Untill then enjoy and share your Kerala experiences in the comment section. Have you been Kerala?
Hope you had a wonderful, crazy and fun times with your loved ones.
This Holi we tried to fulfill my childhood dream to going to a holi party wearing white, playing only with dry colors, no water wastage, Live music and have crazy fun times safely.
The moment I got to know about the Dhulandi Festival’18 I was so sure to be a part of it. It was organized by Rajasthan Tourism, strictly for Foreigners and guests of Hotel Khasa Kothi in Jaipur where the event was organized.
Khasa Kothi is a heritage Hotel built by the then Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II to provide a comfortable stay to his important (khass) guests. It was acquired by Rajasthan government years ago after we got independence. Its huge with lush green lawns, in the heart of the city.
Festival was very well organized with live music, wedding bands, local dancers, custom clad theater artists and photo booths. People were enjoying the festival in its true colors, foreigners and Indians alike.
Dhulandi Festival is organized every year by the state tourist board. You can experience this year’s craziness from our pictures below.