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Kerala - Gods Own Country

The Verdant land with many unique characteristics, Kerala is truly "Gods Own Country". Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala and the state shares its borders with Karnataka in the north, Tamil Nadu in the south and the Lakshadweep in the west. Over the years Kerala has evolved as the hottest tourist destination in India, offering charms of mother nature and Kerala backwater tours, wildlife, hill stations, beaches, heritage tours, houseboat cruises and many other awe-inspiring attractions.

Kerala Houseboats, Cruises, Backwaters and Beaches


Only way to discover the real Kerala is through cruise along its backwaters on the traditional houseboat or 'Kettuvallom'. Alappuzha and Kuttanad backwaters are few major boat trip waterways in Kerala.

Kovalam Beach, Papanasam Alleppey, Kappad, Bekal, Shanmugham, Rockholm, Lighthouse and Samudra Beach are popular beaches in Kerala offering sunbathing, boating and swimming as major watersports.

Hill Stations, Tea and Coffee Gardens and Spice Plantation


Ponmudi, Nelliyampathy, Wagamon, Lakkadi, Wayanad, Mattupetty, Devikulam and Malampuzha are popular Kerala Hill Stations, enchanted by the sheer abundance of nature and are popularly known as tourist’s paradise.

Munnar, Cochin and Periyar are famous areas of tea and coffee plantations in Kerala. A tour to these gardens offers a delightful chance to bask amidst peaceful and pleasing backdrops.

Pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, vanilla, and more spices are traditionally grown in Kerala backwaters. The aromatic spice garden tours are a refreshing eco-tourism option here.

Kerala Temples and Festivals


Sabarimala Temple, Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Guruvayoor Temple and Vadakkunnathan Temple are amongst few major Kerala Temples.

Keralites celebrate some interesting festivals including Onam, Payippad Jelotsavam, Attukal Pongala, Thrissur Pooram, Navarathri, Deepavali and Christmas.

Kerala Adventure Tourism and Wildlife Sanctuaries


Adventure tourism activities in Kerala include trekking, wind surfing, canoeing, kayaking, scuba diving and parasailing at locations such as Wayanad, Agasthya and Idukki.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Silent Valley National Park, Wynad Wildlife Sanctuary, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary and Thattekad Bird Sanctuary are few popular jungles here in Kerala.

Famous Places in Kerala


Munnar: A mountain resort famous for tea plantations, scenic views and trekking paths, was a former summer getaway for British in South India.

Kochi: Cochin (Kochi) is one of the main Indian harbor cities offering prime tourist destinations like St. Francis Church, Dutch & Bolghatty Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, Cherai Beach and Pareekshith Thampuran Museum.

Thiruvananthapuram: Capital of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram offers tourist attractions like Kovalam Beach, Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Kuthiramalika Palace Museum and Priyadarshini Planetarium.

Kerala Travel & Lodging:


Three major airports situated at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode, offer domestic and international flights. While the Indian National Highway no.47, 17, 49, connects Kerala to the rest of the country, the 200 railway stations also connect it with New-Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai.

Tourist will find excellent accommodation facilities providing luxury to economy hotels in Kerala. These hotels are located amidst pleasant surroundings which make up for a pleasurable stay in Kerala.