For 30 bloggers from 28 international locations, the Kerala Blog Express was a “trip of a lifetime” and for Kerala Tourism, a feather in its cap.
Throughout the two-week trip, reside movies and photos have been shared to a broad viewers through Kerala Tourism’s Facebook web page, which has 15 lakh followers. Bloggers of the fifth version of the Kerala Blog Express additionally shared snippets of their on a regular basis experiences although their social media handles comparable to Instagram and Twitter, thus reaching thousands and thousands of their followers.
From throughout the world
The bloggers have been from international locations comparable to the US, the UK, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Romania, Venezuela and Peru.
In the capital metropolis they visited Kuthiramalika Palace, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple and the famed seashores of Kovalam. In Alappuzha the place they cruised the backwaters on houseboats. A trip round the mannequin villages in and round Kumarakom gave them an perception into the Responsible Tourism initiatives.
In Kochi, the bloggers visited the Muziris Heritage web site, travelling to Paliyam Palace and the Chendamangalam synagogue. A rustic boat experience in Kochi’s backwaters was a riveting expertise to them.
In the hill station of Munnar, they have been handled to a selection of cultural occasions apart from visits to tea estates and tea manufacturing facility. In Kerala’s cultural capital Thrissur, the bloggers witnessed the Chathakudam temple Pooram.
At the famed CVN Kalari in Kozhikode the bloggers had a likelihood to partake of the expertise that martial arts supplied. They explored Mithai Theruvu in autorickshaws earlier than continuing to see the wall work organised by ‘Compassionate Kozhikode.’
A go to to Ezhuthupara and a rappelling journey made the Kerala Blog Express’s Wayanad jaunt memorable, after which they travelled to Kannur and undertook a kayaking tour at Dharmadom.
A go to to the Muzhipilangad seashore and a session of quad biking was accomplished earlier than visiting the St Angelo’s Fort in Kannur.
In Kasaragod, the bloggers took a boat experience throughout the Valiyaparamba backwaters, visited the Muthappan temple Theyyam recital and sightseeing at Bekal Fort and its surrounding areas. On reaching Kochi, the bloggers continued with their sightseeing itinerary in Fort Kochi and Mattancherry on Sunday, the final day of the tour. A farewell meal was organized for the bloggers on the Marari seashore.