Kerala, was hit by disastrous floods during the last few months this year. While, most of Kerala was submerged in the floods, tourism was at an hazardous ending scenario. Several tourists, both domestic and international, cancelled their bookings they had made for visiting different destinations in Kerala.
But, Kerela is ready to welcome the tourists back to the state after its recovery from the floods. The Tourism Minister announced that maximum number of tourists spots in Kerala are unaffected from the floods. And the rest of the attractions are under recovery which will soon resume its entry to the tourism.
Recent News report that the historical monuments, tourist resorts and famous sites across Kerala are still intact from the unfortunate floods. Elsewhere, a lot of damage has been suffered by the roads and other infrastructure in Kerala.
The airports across the state have started operating again. In order to get Kerala back on its foot of tourism , the Kochi-Muziris Biennale has been scheduled between December 12, 2018 and March 29, 2019. It will be the largest contemporary art global event in South Asia, and will serve as a platform to depict the grit of Kerala.
Besides, the state government is also planning to organize the Champions Boat League in 2018 as per its previous schedule to let everyone know that Kerala’s backwaters are fine as before for adventurous swims & surfing.
Hope is still alive within all, let’s pray for its recovery. And wait for it to resume tourism as early as possible.