Kerala

Kerala Gods Own Country
Kerala – popularly known as ” Gods Own Country “. the land of coconut trees is the south west Indian state lying on Malabar Coast.
The land Gokarna to Kanyakumari otherwise known as Parasurama Ksethram is said to be recovered by the sage Parasuraman from sea, throwing his axe. Since time immemorial foreigners from different parts of the world had been drawn to the prosperous shores of this land. As a land of spices the land fascinated Egyptians, Babylonians and Arabs in early 3000 BC. During the reign of Asoka, the land of Keralaputra was one among the 4 independent kingdoms in South India. Later Portuguese, Dutch and British were drawn to this land of beauty and prosperity.
The tropical paradise of India well sheltered by Western Ghats on eastern side and Arabian Sea on western side is always been appealing to tourists. From north to south the coastline extends for 580 kms in 35 -120 kms in breadth. State of Karnataka being its northern frontier, state of Tamil Nadu surrounds Kerala’s western and southern boundaries. Total area of the state is 38,863 sq km. 44 rivers, fresh water lakes, western ghats, rich flora and fauna.
The God’s Own Country is mainly fascinated by its rich culture, festivals, diverse flora and fauna, white sandy beeches, dense green forests, vast sea area, and so on. The state has ever been a host to all types of visitors. It offers platform of relaxation for families, fun for kids, and business tour podium for traders.
Discover the very best of God`s Own Country Tourism with expert local guides. From sightseeing tours of the most popular landmarks, to exploring the remote highlands, we offer a fantastic range of guided group tours escorted by the best guides.
From breath taking land scapes to tranquil escapes, you’ll find it all within easy reach. Be immersed in fascinating culture, meet friendly locals and discover unique adventures. Around every corner an enchanted story awaits you.
Kerala, the land of coconut trees is the south-west Indian state lying on Malabar Coast.
The tropical paradise of India well sheltered by Western Ghats on eastern side and Arabian Sea on western side is always been appealing to tourists. From north to south the coastline extends for 580 kms in 35-120 kms in breadth. State of Karnataka being its northern frontier, state of Tamil Nadu surrounds Kerala’s western and southern boundaries. Total area of the state is 38,863 sq km. 44 rivers, fresh water lakes, western ghats, rich flora and fauna.
The land of attraction to foreigners for ever:
The land Gokarna to Knyakumari otherwise known as Parasurama Ksethram is said to be recovered by the sage Parasuraman from sea, throwing his axe. Since time immemorial foreigners from different parts of the world had been drawn to the prosperous shores of this land. As a land of spices the land fascinated Egypcians, Babylonians and Arabs in early 3000BCE. During the reign of Asoka, the land of Keralaputra was one among the 4 independent kingdoms in south India. Later Portuguese, Dutch and British were drawn to this land of beauty and prosperity.
Kerala the God’s own country is mainly fascinated by its rich culture, festivals, diverse flora and fauna, white sandy beeches, dense green forests, vast sea area, and so on. The state has ever been a host to all types of visitors. It offers platform of relaxation for families, fun for kids, and business tour podium for traders.
Tourist Attractions:
Backwater Tourism
Ideal tourist’s destination in Kerala is its coastal districts. Coastal districts in Kerala like Alleppey, Kottayam, and Ernakulam are famous for backwater tourism.
Alappuzha where rivers inter-cross is the land of lagoons and fresh water lakes. A journey in Kettuvallam along the backwaters in Allappuzha is a unique experience. Feel the beauty of sunrise and sunset in house boat where birds chattle and fish respond. Kuttanad the rice bowl of Kerala is in Alappuzha.
Houseboat cruises are available in Kumarakon and Vembanad lake also. Journey along backwater through paddy fields, coconut gardens, and mangrove forest is much striking to tourists.
Adventure Tourism

Visit hill ranges and plantations along Western Ghats facing adventure. You can get into not only forests but tropical jungles also. Deep lush wild life is awaiting for you here. Rare species of animals and birds seen here. This is the most suitable place for adventurous trekking. Wayanad, the hilly district in Kerala lies close to Sahya ranges. The peculiarity of the district is that about one fourth of the land area is forest. The district is famous for plantation and rich forest. Here you can see oldest tribes of South India. Tourist attraction in Wayanad includes Edakkal Cave, Thirunnelli temple, Pakshipathalam, Muthanga, lakkidi etc.
Idukki, the nature rich land of Kerala is also known as the spice garden of Kerala. Lying along Sahya ranges, the land is famous for its plantations and hill stations. Trekking, elephant ride, jungle safari are possible here.
Wildlife Tourism

Kerala’s thick forest satisfies your desire for wildlife safari and trekking. Forests in Kerala is the habitat to variety of wildlife including elephant, tiger, leopard; and endangered species like lion-tailed Macaque and giant squirrel.

  • Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary In Idukki
  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary & Periyar Tiger Reserve In Idukki
  • Peechi Vazhani Wildlife and Chimmony Wildlife Sanctuaries at Thrissur
  • Silent Valley and Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuaries at Palghat
  • Neyyar and Peppara Wildlife Sanctuaries at Thiruvanandapuram
  • Begur and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuaries at Wayanad
  • Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary In Kollam

Beach Tourism

Stretching along 550km Arabian Sea coastline, Kerala’s beautiful and untouched beaches has brought the state to one among the 10 tourist destinations in the world.
Kerala’s famous beaches include:

  • Kovalam Beach
  • Shanghumukham Beach
  • Alappuzha Beach
  • Bekal Beach
  • Beypore Beach
  • Cherai Beach
  • Fort Kochi Beach
  • Kappad Beach
  • Kappil Beach
  • Marari Beach
  • Payyambalam Beach
  • Thangasseri Beach
  • Varkala Beach

Health Tourism
Ayurveda has its origin in Kerala. Considering patient’s whole body, ayurveda cure disease and create health, and rejuvenate body. Body massage, Spa, Rejuvenation of mind and body are also practiced here.
Festival Tourism
With rich tradition and culture, Kerala is famous for its festivals also. Onam the state festival has now been celebrated all over the world. Nowadays, the Kerala Government has initiated several activities fascinating tourists. The land of festivals has got its own colourful celebrations: Vishu, Thrissur Pooram, Aranmula Vallamkali, Shri Padmanabha’s Arattu, Navarathri and so on.

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