From Heli-Tourism To Destination Weddings, Kerala To Attract Tourists With Exciting Experiences 

Kerala is expanding its tourism horizon with new experiences for both domestic and international travellers.

by Sanjana Shenoy
From Heli-Tourism To Destination Weddings, Kerala To Attract Tourists With Exciting Experiences 

Flanked by coconut groves, lush green forests and tranquil backwaters, Kerala is truly India’s most sought-after travel destination. With a telos to attract tourists, Kerala Tourism has introduced new experiences. These range from heli-tourism to destination weddings and more. So, read on to know what’s new in store for you in God’s Own Country, Kerala.

Kerala To Launch Heli-Tourism, Destination Weddings & More

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A report by Hindustan Times throws light on Kerala Tourism’s new offerings for domestic and international travellers. Kerala Tourism Director P B Nooh stated that in the last few years, the state has emerged as the best responsible tourism destination. Kerala proves its merit not just through words but actions also. Furthermore, Kerala Tourism Director P B Nooh added that the tourism body ensures its travellers are responsible. Moreover, the money spent goes to the local communities for their betterment.

Kerala Tourism will collaborate with private players to promote heli-tourism. The heli-tourism initiative ‘Sky Escapes’ will help develop tourism in hilly areas. Tourists can hop on helicopters and explore the lush green hills of Kerala while enjoying birds-eye views.

As per P B Nooh, the coastal state is a budding destination for destination weddings. The picturesque destinations and good air connectivity with international airports are reasons why Kerala is slowly emerging as a popular destination for weddings.

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Focus On Adventure, Bio-Diversity & Literary Circuits As Well

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Apart from heli-tourism and destination weddings, Kerala also focuses on adventure tourism with related events like the International Paragliding Festival, Mountain-Terrain-Biking and International Surfing Festival which will be scheduled in March and April. Moreover, the state government is also focussing on the biodiversity and literary circuit. For this, the government is creating and developing museums and other attractions to beckon domestic travellers.

Kerala welcomed over 159.69 lakh domestic visitors from January to September 2023. This was a record-breaking number for the state where tourism is a major contributor to the economy.

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Meanwhile, tourists, do let us know if you are excited to visit Kerala thanks to these new experiences.

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