India | Exploring Kerala

India | Exploring Kerala
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In India

I can’t believe I’m about to say this,  but hello from India.  (light ethereal music)  I’ve made it to the beautiful state  of Kerala here in India.  Thanks to Kerala tourism who’s hosting me for this trip.  It’s my first time in India.  I am so excited to be here  and I’m going to be spending the next week  traveling through Kerala with a guide.  Kerala is popular vacation destination.  It’s really scenic.  There’s a lot of coastline,  there’s mountains,  there’s some wildlife.  This morning I’m in the city of Kochi,  and we have a bit of a drive ahead of us today.  It’s gonna be at least four hours.  We’re heading into the mountains  to the town of Munnar and it looks incredible.  (light ethereal music)  This morning has been exciting.  It’s been a bit of a rush.  I poked my head outside of my tent  at like 5:50 PM  just to check what the weather was doing.  

In a Cloud

  It feels like I’m sitting up in a cloud.  There’s patches of fog among the hills  and we’re staying in these tents  that are tucked into the mountainside,  so it feels so immersive and it’s so quiet.  The next day we headed down the mountain  which was one of the most scenic drives of the trip.  Every five minutes I wanted to stop and take pictures  and we made it to Thekkady  to visit Periyar National Park  for a boat safari trip.  And if you like monkeys, this is the place for you.  These guys are everywhere  around the boat launch and they’re not shy.  You can sit just a few feet away from them  and take pictures.  (light upbeat music)  A boat safari is such a great way to see wildlife.  Because in the park, all animals  eventually come down to the water to drink.  So you have a chance to see everything here.  And if you’re lucky,  you can even spot elephants and tigers in this park.  (light upbeat music)  I’ve made it to the Misty Mountain Experience  in Peermade, which is a beautiful property.  

Foggy Mountains

  which is what makes this region and property so special.   I loved the foggy mountainous hills  and the tranquil backwaters.  If you are planning a visit to Kerala  and you’re interested in doing  kinda like a road trip through the state like I did,  my number one tip would be to book a guided tour.  About an hour into the tour,  I realized there was no way  I ever would’ve been able to navigate it by myself.  So definitely if you’re planning to come here  and move around a lot, I would totally do a tour.  Thanks for coming along with me on this one.  I hope you all are doing well,  and I will see you next time.  Bye.  (light upbeat music)  


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