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Celebrating Kerala - God's Own Country ! Official Google+ Handle of Kerala Tourism.
Celebrating Kerala - God's Own Country ! Official Google+ Handle of Kerala Tourism.

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We invite you all to come out of your routines and to undo the isolation that gadgets induce and instead connect with each other and nature. Also, don't forget to tag us in your pics and videos to stand a chance to be featured on our page! #ComeOutAndPlay
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Kozhikode is known for its generosity and the shopkeepers here are no different. At SM street, they will make you taste a tiny piece of each flavoured halwa till you nod in agreement about the lip-smacking experience. #ComeOutAndPlay
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Come over to Kovalam and witness the meticulously synchronized steps involved in fishing using a cast net. Later, at a beach-side shack, feast on the fresh catch. #ComeOutAndPlay
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Take a leisurely stroll through a cocoa plantation in Wayanad. Cup a ripe cocoa fruit in your palms and on your own way back, buy a box of gooey homemade chocolates. #WorldChocolateDay
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Spy on the animal kingdom, watch them go about their daily life, all from the comfort of a treehouse in Muthanga. #ComeOutAndPlay
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There are times when you want to believe that the world is hard on you; the solution is always the beach. Look at the Chootad beach, with Casuarina trees on one side and a vast and secluded sea on the other side. Isn't she calming? #ComeOutAndPlay
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Spread across 13.5 acres, the Thrissur Zoo was established in 1885 and is home to a variety of animals, including sloth bears, lions, lion tailed macaques and pink flamingos. #ComeOutAndPlay
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Punnathurkotta which is today an elephant fort, was once the palace of a local ruler. Several places around you have had earlier lives. Step out into your neighbourhood and explore stories of the spaces we occupy. #ComeOutAndPlay
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Today and everyday, begin your day with Suryanamaskaras. Make time for some breathing exercises, incorporate a few minutes of Yoga into your daily schedule and experience a healthy and happy living. #InternationalYogaDay2018 #YogaInKerala
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Dusk in Kerala is best enjoyed when listening to Panchavadhyam, Kerala's traditional music ensemble. #ComeOutAndPlay
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