Being an IT professional, I spend most of the day staring at my computer screen. Hence, whenever I get free time, I plan a trip to any of the places as I always loved travelling. I loved to spend
time and visit various destinations round the world. Last time, during my winter holidays, I planned to visit Kerala as I knew it was extremely popular in Asia as a tourist destination. It has a network of nearly 44 rivers along with the towering Western Ghats to its east. It enjoys some
exclusive geographical features such as a pleasing climate throughout the year, exotic wildlife, lush-green hill stations, paddy fields, sprawling plantations, emerald backwaters and serene
beaches on a long coastline. To add to the beauty of the state, there were enthralling forms of art, cultural and historic monuments, exotic cuisines and magic festivals.
I knew that we could even take advantage of the Ayurvedic holidays, which would enable us to lead a healthy life in the future. Since I couldn’t waste time in reaching the destination on a train, I decided to book an air travel from Bangalore to Kerala by Spicejet Airlines. It took just 40 minutes to travel from Bangalore to Kerala and the journey was quite comfortable. I had already travelled to Kerala twice before that, but only for business purposes. Last time I went there for a holiday trip and thought of visiting different temples and other famous locations in the city.
The flight was scheduled at 11.35 am and accordingly I reached the airport at around 9.30 am. My air travel from Bangalore to Kerala by Spicejet Airlines was completely comfortable and I loved every bit of it. The staff and the air hostesses were cordial and took care of my requirements from time to time. I was extremely excited as I had heard a lot about the charming tourist spots present in the state. The state has the reputation of being the most developed society, which was proved by the 100% literacy and the best healthcare facilities. It had the reputation of being the cleanest state in India as well. In order to take care of the administration, the state was divided into 14 districts each of which had different kinds of tourism products.