The beauty of Kerala is its backwaters and beaches. The pristine beaches were untouched since the lockdown had begun and according to recent developments, Kerala has opened up its beaches to the public.
According to the reports from the government, Kerala State Government has opened its beaches from November 01 which is in its second phase of unlocking various tourist destination places across the state. November 01 which falls on Sunday was also Kerala Day and Kerala opened its pristine beach locations for tourists.
In the first phase of unlocking, the state government had decided to open hill-stations, backwater tourist places, houseboats, and adventure resorts from October 12 and all these locations should follow safety and precautionary measures laid down by Central Government.
Speaking about opening beaches In Kerala, Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO) senior vice president E M Najeeb said that reopening of beaches of Kerala will give renewed energy to boost the hotel and tourism sector and also helps local families to spend time beachside and take a break amid coronavirus crisis.
Since October, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had opened and undertaken as many as 26 key tourism projects to help uplift the state as a perfect touristic state.