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Kerala 360 Virtual Tours


Kerala Tourism Destinations 360 Virtual Tour.

In the travel industry, virtual reality used to capture tourism destinations in a unique and immersive way. The  360 virtual tours of Kerala tourism destinations can be viewed on either a VR headset or a regular computer or a mobile device. The virtual tour of Kerala helps us make a virtual visit to Kerala at the comfort of our home.

Banasura Sagar Dam impounds the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabini River, which is part of the Indian Banasura Sagar Project consisting of a dam and a canal.

Pookode Lake the beautiful freshwater lake in Wayanad lays 15 kilometres away from Kalpetta. The lake spread over 13 acres and is 40 m deep. This is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in Wayanad.

Edakkal Caves are two natural caves at Edakkal, around 120 km southwest of Mysuru, in Wayanad, Kerala. The caves situated 1,200 m above sea level on Ambukutty Mala in the Western Ghats.

The Kuruva Island in Wayanad, Kerala is a 950-acre evergreen forest on the tributaries of east following river Kabani, which is an ideal picnic spot and potential eco-tourism destination.

Pazhassi tomb is a profound memorial of Veera Pazhassi Raja, the Lion of Kerala.

Chembra Peak is one of the highest peaks in the Western Ghats and the highest peak in Wayanad hills, at 2,100 m (6,890 ft) above sea level. Chembra is located near the town of Meppadi and south of Kalpetta.

Thrissur Pooram the annual festival held in Thrissur at the Vadakkunnathan Temple on Pooram day.

The Mattancherry Palace a Portuguese palace, known as the Dutch Palace, features Kerala murals depicting portraits and exhibits of the Rajas of Kochi. The palace was included in the “tentative list” of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Meenachil River flows through the heart of the Kottayam district. The river flows through Poonjar, Erattupetta, Palai, Ettumanoor, and Kottayamand emptying into the Vembanad Lake at Kumarakom. The Meenachil River formed by several streams originating from the Western Ghats.

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