Posted on November 02 2018 at 04:51 AM
2018 will be remembered as a hapless year in the history of Kerala together with the outbreak of Nipah virus. Kerala has witnessed its worst floods in a century on this August. The heavy rains and bizarre floods that exhausted the state, leaving hundreds deceased and thousands homeless and lead to widespread destruction, led to numerous cancellations by tourists. The unexpected strong monsoon and the fatal floods have left the Kerala tourism industry desolate, battered and defaced.
The state which was ravaged by floods in August is now ready to welcome tourists from October and top tourist attractions of Kerala are recovering. Presently, there are many positive signs for the tourism sector in Kerala. The resume of the Cochin International Airport is a cheering factor. Airports, road and rail networks are operational. The fourth airport in Kerala at Kannur will be opened shortly.
The traditional wellness tourism and beach tourism havens and most of Kerala attractions destinations will bounce back soon. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race which was cancelled during flood time will also be rescheduled. Owners of the drown waterfront resorts in the backwaters are diverted with putting their properties back to its pristine shape after monsoon rains and floods demolished the state. Tourists can easily get access to a lot of Ayurveda treatment packages here. The major tourist destinations such as Wayanad, Munnar, and Thekkady, which were afflicted due to rains and landslides, are now accessible for tourists. The authorities are hopeful that once the damaged roads are repaired, the mob of tourists will make a beeline for Munnar to witness the astounding blooming of Neelakurinji which will set up revenue for the industry. You can book the best tour agency which provides better holiday packages for Kerala.
Hard selling the once-in-twelve-year Neelakurinji blooms in Munnar, snake boat races in IPL formats, Jatayu Park and the river cruises, officials stated that 99 per cent of tourist destinations have been opened and standing as the best attractive destinations in Kerala. Kerala Tourism says that tourist inflows during the upcoming festive season of Navratri will help the flood-battered state forget its miseries. Most of the tourist destinations in Kerala are ready to welcome the visitors from India and abroad. The state government has bestowed top priority to restoring roads popular to tourist places.