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Village Life Experience in Kerala

Village Life Experience in Kerala

Kerala, India’s most advanced society with 100% literacy and one of the most progressive states of India in terms of Social welfare and value of life. The literacy rate of women is highest in all of Asia. Spotted with the Arabian Sea in the west and networked by forty-four rivers. It is divided into three physical regions with unique geographical features that have made it one of the best tourist destinations in Asia. Kerala has an equable climate, a long shoreline with serene beaches, lush hill stations, and exotic wildlife.

Kerala serves as a welcoming haven for tourists to explore culture, backwaters, and seaside relief. If you are looking for a village experience with your family or, for own then Kerala is the right place to visit as it has three tourist seasons. Peak season for Kerala starts just after the monsoon from September to March, and when the summer is starting considered as the best season to visit Kerala.
Some of the best destinations in Kerala to experience the village life in Peak season include Kumarakom, Thekkady, and Kovalam. The village life in Kerala, intact with the powerful industrialization and much of the repulsive transformation of urban complexity, it offers a taste of paradise to travelers. All the attractions like swaying coconut farms, soothing paddy fields, the serene backwaters, makes the village life of Kerala a memorable experience. These villages usher us into the world where contentment and peace prevails.



Village life in Kumarakom is very interesting. It is the popular tourist destination, famous for its backwater tourism. It has the wide variety of houseboats and is well known for the houseboat experience in the world. The Bird Sanctuary is a tourist attraction place here. It is the place for history lovers as it has the Bay Island Drift Museum. If you’ll visit Kumarakom then you must experience a lavish and relaxed life of the village.



Kovalam is an internationally known beach town in the Arabian Sea. If someone is looking for getting an experience of beaches then Kovalam is the best place to visit as it has many places to visit including Vellayani Lake, Kovalam Art Gallery, Halcyon Castle and Neyyar Dam are nearby Kovalam. This place is famous in Europe and Israel as the most prominent tourist spot in India. For beach lovers, it is the perfect sight, because it has three beaches Lighthouse beach, Hawa beach, and Samudra beach. Normally tourists visit there from September to May.


Thekkady is the important tourist attraction of Kerala, which is situated about 257 km from Trivandrum. This place is the dream destination for every tourist visiting India for Wildlife experience.

Some Important activities you could experience in Kerala village Trip:

Making of Coir – Kerala is the land of coconut and coir is made from coconut fiber. First, you have to ret the coconut husk by putting husk in the saltwater and then cover it with mud. These husks are removed after nine months from the retting mound.
Paddy Field Walk – this type of walking is a completely different experience through the narrow dikes which separates one field from another. You should experience a dazzling green around you.

Kerala village Trip

Country Boat Cruise – This experience offers you a chance to learn about the life of local village people of Kerala. When you get a country boat cruise you can enjoy the view of Kerala countryside in a backwater cruise – Chinese fishing nets, stooped down paddy fields, making of coir, swaying coconut palms and rustic homes.
Cycling – A cycling trip in Kerala village offers a mix of backwater view, wide sandy beaches, and description of the unique culture of Kerala. In Kerala, cycling trip is the most enjoyable activity. People who live in Kerala villages live the simple life.


The life of the village is very simple to live. So, if you want to just fold your all city problems, stress and hectic life and need some peace and relaxation in the lap of nature along with fun, foods and amazing views of the village then come Kerala and experience its village life.

Saif Ali is a writer, editor, publisher, and geocultural explorer with an emphasis on travel writing, landscapes imagined and real, memoir, poetry, and lyrical magical realism paired with psychogeography.