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Destinations of Kerala Kerala "God's Own Country" is the Promised Land sanctified with delightful seascapes. The enticing and delightful Kerala Tourist Places in India is contemplated as the key attractions of country. The southern Indian state is clung to the Western Ghats, bounded to Arabian Sea and lies in the Malabar region. Angelic backwaters, cloud covered hill stations and pulchritudinous beaches are the crucial Kerala Tourist Destinations.

Kerala, a place on earth gleaming with blessed locations. Kerala is the southern Indian state located on the coastal area of Arabian Sea in the west and Indian Ocean in the south. It's a travelers paradise - angelic backwaters, lagoons, mystic hill stations, mischievous tides at sea shores and great architectural heritages. The mountains ranges of Western Ghats and Malabar Coast endowed this land with panoramic views of dense tropical forests, crystal clear lakes, pearly white waterfalls and glittering serpent rivers flowing through rocky & edgy mountains and thick jungles to get drawn into ocean.


Amidst all these natural beauties are located some impressive clusters of cities, towns and villages. In the lap of Kerala any traveler will be able to witness the most advance cities of India with all contemporary facilities such as developing infrastructure and technology, IT hubs, commercial business, prominent Indian and multinational industries and shopping centers on the other hand same state is bestowed with peaceful life of country side where time appears to be frozen. In the serenity of such a gorgeous state the healing power of Ayurveda and meditation create a perfect balance between healthy state of mind and physically fit body. At various captivating Kerala Tourist Destinations traveler would drive pleasure in holistic approach of Ayuveda, Meditation and Yoga. Sense the healing touch of rejuvenating ancient Indian health science amidst tranquil seascapes.

One interesting fact about this southern Indian state is Kerala is home to world's one of the oldest marital art called 'Kalarippayattu'. During the British Raj legislation had banned the practice of Kalari considering the art form as potential hazard. However, after independence the art form again came into limelight. Numerous schools teach the technique of Kalari. Many cultural centers organize 'Kalarippayattu' shows for the entertainment of visitors.

Kerala, the world's spice center is suitably referred as 'God's Own Country' due to its eye sticking beauty which has established harmonious equation with wildlife and humans. Kerala Tourist Destination posse the beauty which is beyond explanation, traveler could only experience it on landing here. Take pleasure of houseboat cruising in the serene destinations of backwaters, explore the diverse wildlife of Blue Mountains, feel the sense of cutoff from the rest of world in the resorts of angelic hill stations, delight your senses with the view of naughty tides kissing sea shores and shop for the antique and exquisite items at the colorful street markets and shopping malls.

Kerala Tourist Destinations

Alleppey

Alleppey

The oldest panned town of Kerala, Alleppey (or Alappuzha) is the amalgamation of scenic beauties: beaches, backwaters, cannels and lagoons. Especially during August month travelers' throng to this place to see the enchanting view of Nehru Trophy Boat Race held at Punnamada Lake.
Kochi

Kochi

The port city Kochi is also known as "Queen of Arabian Sea". This cosmopolitan metropolis is located on the Ernakulam district in western coastal region and considered as second sophisticated port city after Mumbai. A segment of this ancient trading center 'Fort Kochi' is the popular tourist site of Kerala.
Kollam

Kollam

Kollam is the serene escape surrounded by stunning vistas of nature such as forest, paddy fields, mountains, lakes, backwaters, forest and so on, thus, referred as "Gods Own Capital". Ideally located on the banks of Ashtamudi Lake it's a home of various scenic attractions like Punalur, Sasthamkotta, Mayyanad, Thangasseri etc.
Kottayam

Kottayam

Kottayam is the first Indian city that has attained the state of 100% literacy rate. Anyways, city is the major commercial center of the state and famous for religious and leisure tourism. Besides, Kottayam is significant trading center of commercial crops and spices.
Kozhikode

Kozhikode

During the earlier centuries Kozhikode was Known as Calicut and labeled as 'City of Spices'. Since the 7th century numbers of foreign travelers has visited the city and hence over the centuries it has transformed into a culturally vibrant city along with significant natural vistas such as Kozhikode Beach, Beypore, Sarovaram Biopark etc.
Kumarakom

Kumarakom

The serene countryside Kumarakom is the cluster of scattered tiny islands located on Vembanad Lake. Due to stunning natural vistas and shimmering water everywhere tourism has emerged as the key earning sector followed by fishing and agriculture.
Munnar

Munnar

The breathtaking hill station Munnar is exquisitely perch on the confluence of three rivers on Western Ghats. High altitude tea gardens, celestial waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries and spice gardens are some of the enticing feature of this stunning hill station established by British generals as ideal summer escape.
Thekkady

Thekkady

Impressive countryside located in the boundary of Thekkady (Periyar) National Park. The remarkable road trip that takes thorough the roads, the immaculate senic vistas begins to entice the travelers that include tranquil villages, spice plantations, dense forests, grasslands and diverse wildlife.
Trivandrum

Trivandrum

This "Evergreen City of India" is the capital of Kerala. Low coastal hills and busy commercial alleys with major IT export products Trivandrum has been developed as sophisticated city and know for several techno park. The attractions of the city include Poovar Island, Chowara Beach and Neyyar Wild Life Sanctuary.
Wayanad

Wayanad

The spellbounding location of Wayanad is contributed by the Western Ghats and sits on the southern extreme of Deccan plateau. Its nearness to Mudumalai in Tamil Nadu and Bandhipur in Karnataka has transformed the region into a biodiversity zone. Besides, several indigenous tribes are nestled in the regions.

Kerala in Brief

  • Climate - Humid Equatorial Tropic Climate.
  • Religion - Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism
  • Dance Forms - Kathakali, Mohiniyattom, Koodiyattom, Theyyam, Chavittu Nadakam, Margam Kali
  • Music - Melam, Sopanam and Mappila Songs
  • Best Time to Visit - The tropical climate maintains the mercury level almost in the same range (28°C - 35°C) with mild breeze throughout the year. However, try to avoid visiting during monsoon season (from mid-May to early September) as Kerala observes heavy rainfall.