The entire nation of India is full of natural wonders and a culture rooted deep in spirituality and tradition. Baby boomers looking to try out a new and exotic destination on their next trip should consider the state of Kerala, which boasts some incredible waterfronts and an array of fun and festive attractions to experience.
For a true immersion into Indian culture, travelers can head straight for the Pepper Exchange, reports Fodor's. After acquiring special permission to enter and taking off one's shoes, guests can see experts haggle over the going price for spice.
The Padmanabhapuram palace may be a mouthful to say, but its beauty resonates clearly and stylishly in true Kerala fashion. Built in the 18th century, this complex used to house royalty and is now open to guests who wish to admire its intricate details and wondrous wooden architecture.
Those looking to try out something new when it comes to accommodations could spend a night on a houseboat. According to Lonely Planet, several tourism groups will rent these that come complete with personal chef and the opportunity to sleep under the stars, perfect for couple or families on vacation.
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