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Gone are the days when people used to travel once a year! Today, with the discounted airfare and other flight and hotel deals, traveling has become a lifestyle. Additionally, many people have to travel for work. There are others who get paid to travel, such as travel writers and bloggers. Travel is a vast field. And you can select from anything between spiritual tourism to romantic vacations. However, in recent times what has gained importance is sports tourism. People across all age-groups have an inclination towards sports tourism.

Simply put sports tourism or visiting the best sports travel destinations means to explore cities and countries which is an active hub of sports. For instance, if you look at Kentucky, you will connect with horse racing. One of the apparent sites to explore here is the popular race courses and take a look at the horses in an up-close manner. It might remind you of TVG network horses and racecourses as well. And if you are wondering why sports tourism has become popular, then you can count on the reasons as follows:

  • It adds an adrenaline rush to your vacation

Travelers today want to stay active while on vacation. They want to up their excitement level by opting in for the sports of a particular city or country they visit. For instance, when a traveler takes part in Formula 1 race in Malaysia, it adds up to his overall excitement level. In sports tourism, travelers have something to look forward to other than the historical sites and city cafeterias and the like.

  • It helps to quench their curiosity

Most travelers today are thorough readers and explorers at heart. They read up about a place before they plan to visit. So concerning sports tourism, travelers often read up about various sports that a region has. For instance, there’s more to Las Vegas than its casinos. Hence, a new age traveler would love to visit Las Vegas and check out the multiple sports activities such as soccer. This way they get to know more about a city or country’s important sports and learn the sentiments attached to it.

  • It’s a feel-good factor and pride

Other than helping to unwind and relax, sports help a person to take part in a country’s most important sport. For instance, when you visit Malaysia and witness the car racing championship, you feel a sense of pride. There’s an added feel-good factor as well. It seems you have a new feature to your travel experience as well.

  • It’s affordable

Contrary to popular belief, sports tourism is within your budget! When you join hands with an ace travel agent, he/she can help to arrange a sports travel package and enable you to explore your best city or country differently.  You can share your budget capacity and get the best deals for yourself.

Have you been always in two-minds about sports tourism? If yes, then you can decide to give this traveling type a try. You can choose destinations where you have options for mild water sports, golf or horse racing as starters. After that, you can select destinations that have a bouquet of sports activities to offer you.

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The southernmost district of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram is not known just as capital of the state but also a land of white sandy beaches and wooded highlands which attracts tourists from the far west. Its magnificent monuments and ancient shrines stand as testament to its varied cultural and historic past.

Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple

Neyyar wildlife sanctuary

Agasthyamala peak

Poovar island

Napier museum

Varkala beach

Padmanabhapuram palace

Kovalam beach

Veli tourist village

Ponmudi

Situated on the banks of Ashtamudi Lake, Kollam is a land with immense tourist potential. It has beautiful beaches and backwaters, meandering rivers, lovely lakes, majestic mountains, verdant valleys, lush forests, fertile plains and vast green fields, enough to bring people searching for this gem of a land.

Thenmala

Jadayu para

Thangassery

Munroe Island

Palaruvi waterfalls

Achankovil Temple

Kollam Beach

Mayyanad Beach

Sasthamkotta lake

Thevally palace

Known as the Venice of the east, Alappuzha is a waterlogged district endowed with immense natural beauty and has emerged as a major tourist destination of the country. Today Alappuzha is well known for its beaches and backwaters.

Alappuzha Beach

Arthunkal Church

Mannarasala Temple

Ambalappuzha Sreekrishna Temple

Karumadi

Vembanad lake

Kuttanad Backwaters

Marari Beach

Krishnapuram Palace.

Pathiramanal

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Ilaveezhapoonchira

Illikkal kallu

Nadukani

Nadukani

Vagamon

Parunthumpara Hill

Kumarakom

Derived from the Malayalam word ‘Idukku’, meaning a narrow gorge Idukki is a slice of heaven. Blessed with one of the most pristine reserve forest, hill stations, tea plantations and wildlife sanctuaries it should definitely find a place in your pit stops in Kerala.

Ramakkalmedu

Periyar Tiger Reserve

Nedumkandam Hills

Peerumedu

Thommankuthu falls

Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary

Kalvari Mount

Palkulamedu

Munnar

Munnar

Cheeyappara Waterfalls

Idukki Arch Dam

Eravikulam National Park.

Cheruthoni Dam

Known as the headquarters of pilgrimage tourism of Kerala, this land of temples is yet to receive its due place in the tourism map of the country. Blessed by nature it is covered in vast unending stretches of forests, rivers and serine countryside, all of which are a treat to one’s eyes.

Gavi

Sabarimala

Konni Elephant Training Center

Perunthenaruvi waterfalls

Aranmula

Konni forest reserve

Angamoozhy

Kaviyoor rock temple

Adavi

Recognised as the commercial capital, it is the most cosmopolitan city of Kerala. With the Chinese, Portuguese and British influences, Ernakulam has always been a land of varied cultural demographic. Ernakulam sees a large number of tourist arrivals every year.

Mattancherry Palace

Bhoothathankettu Dam and Reserve Forest

Kodanad Elephant Training Center

Hill Palace Museum

Bolgatty Palace

Fort Kochi

Cherai Beach

Paradesi Synagogue

Dutch Palace

Wonderla Amusement Park

Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary

Marine Drive

Referred to as the cultural capital of the state,Thrissur is the seat of, many of Kerala’s cultural and archaeological wealth. It is also well endowed with splendid natural beauty in the form of Beaches, Hills, Waterfalls etc.

Below are some of the most important tourist places in Thrissur:

Vadakkunnathan Temple

Kerala kalamandalam

Malakkappara

Peechi Dam

Chavakkad Beach

Shakthan Thampuran Palace

Guruvayoor Temple

Thrissur Zoo and Museum

Athirappilly waterfalls

Basilica of Our Lady of Dolours

The rice bowl of Kerala, Palakkad is the largest district in the state. The topography of Palakkad is a rich blend of forests, rivers, valleys and hills. The state also has a significant influence on  Kerala’s historic and cultural backdrop.

Palakkad fort

Silent Valley national park

Malampuzha dam and gardens

Parambikkulam wildlife sanctuary

Kava viewpoint

Dhoni Hills

Nelliyampathy hills

Pothundi dam

With a distinct place in the Indian history, with Vasco Da Gama landing in Kappad in 1498, Kozhikode is not only known for its historical significance but also for the hospitable and welcoming people, the unique culture and mouth watering food.

Kappad beach

Kakkayam dam

Kozhikode Beach

Thusharagiri waterfalls

Mananchira square

Beypore beach

Pazhassiraja Museum

Kalipoyka

Peruvannamuzhi dam

Known as the spice garden of the south, the land of paddy fields, and the home of the monsoon, Wayanad is a heaven like none other. Southernmost tip of the Deccan plateau, Wayanad is a land of virgin forests and misty peaks, alluring tourists from far and beyond.

Chembra peak

Muthanga wildlife sanctuary

Soochippara waterfalls

Edakkal caves

Pakshipathalam

Banasurasagar dam

Kuruva island

Pookot lake

Lakkidi

Pazhassi Raja tomb

One of the northern districts of Kerala, Malappuram is flanked by Arabian Sea on the West and Western Ghats on the east. With an eventful history of the Zamorin rule, the uprisings against British rule, this is a land of great historic and political significance. Its monuments, authentic cuisine, ritualistic art forms all make Malappuram a much loved destination for travellers.

Kottakkunnu

Kadampuzha

Keralamkundu waterfalls

Thirunavaya

Padinharekara Beach

Kadalundi bird sanctuary

Fort St. Angelos

Pazhassi Dam

Parassinikadavu Temple

Peralassery Temple Pond & Hanging Bridge

Thalassery fort

Paithalmala

Taliparamba

Muzhupilangad Beach

Pappinisseri Snake Park

Payyambalam Beach

Gundert Bungalow

Known for handloom industries worldwide, Kasaragod is a land of abundant beauty. With a strong foothold in the cultural landscape of Kerala, Kasaragod is a must visit destination. With the beaches, forts , hills and rivers, it is a land of many faces.

Bekal Fort

Ananthapura Lake Temple

Madhur Temple

Pallikkara Beach

Ranipuram Hills

Valiyaparamba Backwaters

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