Kerala, the God’s own country is not just a state on India's tropical Malabar Coast but is an example of a harmonized living, be it the numerous sanctuaries and reserves of human settlements. A slender coastal strip on the Malabar Coast has so much to offer, with nearly 600 km of Arabian Sea shoreline. Camping in Kerala can be a soul-quenching experience. Hilly sides of Wayanad and Munnar in Kerala boast of a revitalizing background of mountains, tea slopes, and greenery. If pitching a tent under a million stars with an aromatic air of Cardamom, nutmeg, and tea is your idea of a perfect camping trip, then nothing beats Kerala. It is loved by travelers for its palm-fringed beaches and glistening backwaters, a network of canals. Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains with terraced tea plantations, coffee and spice plantations and the forests are dense and lush beaming with wildlife. National parks, sanctuaries, and reserves like Eravikulam and Periyar, Wayanad, Neyyar and other sanctuaries, are home to elephants, Langur monkeys, a diversified range of birds and tigers.
Alleppey in Kerala is a significant point for trips into Kerala's backwaters with numerous lakes and canals. The backwaters of Alleppey connect Kumarakom and Kochi in the north; it hosts the snake boat race every year. The thick forests, tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters, exotic wildlife and a long shoreline of pristine beaches qualifies it to be the best destination for camping tours. The enthralling experience of a camping tour in Kerala is always a good decision as it is not only safe but a different world away in a corner of the country that will leave you awe-struck at every step of your journey.