Flights to India are back on: Here’s why you should explore the backwaters of Kerala

India is resuming international flights next week, which means a glut of new adventures are opening up in time for summer.

The world’s seventh biggest country has been closed to mass tourism for two years since the pandemic struck. But from 27 March, all regularly-scheduled international flights will take to the air again.

There are so many directions to chose from, but the southern state of Kerala should be at the top of any traveller’s list.

Nicknamed ‘God’s own country’, Kerala has a luscious tapestry of land and waterscapes. Home to mind-blowing beaches, national parks and green valleys, the region is most famous for its rambling backwaters, a labyrinth of canals, lagoons

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