If you are beach person and are in confusion of going out of country, here is a news for you! So, the pristine beaches of Kerala are open again open for public visitors. These beaches shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As per reports, Kerala state government has open again the beaches from November 1. Also, November 1 was Kerala Day.
In the first phase of unlocking, the state has open again the hill station, backwater tourism. Also, houseboats and adventure resorts.It was on October 12 with the condition of following COVID-19 safety guidelines.
As per E M Najeeb, reopening beaches will give renewable energy and boost hotels and resorts located at here. Also, it will give relief to the local families who want to spend time at the beachside.
As per reports, 26 key tourism projects came up in Kerala in October 2020. This was by the state Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.
Some of the best beach towns are Kovalam, Varkala, Alleppey and Kannur.
So, in case you feel risk in travelling abroad, the beaches in this state is now open too! Now you can plan a safe vacay to God’s own country.
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